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Looking for Indian sweet recipes or dessert recipes? We’ve gathered a few of our favorites below! Try these out on your next special occasion, or just make them when you’re in the mood.
We always buy sweets and desserts from the outside of a supermarket during festivals, but we can also make them at home. This will be more delicious as well as safe to eat.
1. Atta Ladoo | Wheat Flour Ladoo
The Atta Ladoo is a delicious dessert that anyone can make with just three ingredients: flour, sugar, and clarified butter. The rich flavors of the dry fruits used in this recipe combine to create an irresistible treat for any occasion. This recipe belongs to the Indian state of Punjab but has become famous all over India as people are looking for more traditional foods.
2. Suji ka Halwa
Suji ka halwa or semolina halwa is an Indian dessert recipe that will definitely satisfy any sweet tooth. The simple preparation of this dish makes it a perfect choice for festivals, dinner parties, and lunch gatherings.
Suji Ka halwa is a delicious Indian dessert that can be enjoyed either warm or cold depending on your preference.
A rich, creamy treat of Indian origin known as Firni (Phirni), this delightful rice pudding is made by mixing ground rice in warm milk and sugar until it becomes smooth like custard.
This rice dessert recipe is a delicious way to end any meal. The best part about making your own firni at home? You get to play around with different flavors without having to worry about how they’ll turn out.
4. Besan Barfi
Who wouldn’t smile when biting into a barfi? They are soft, crunchy, and deliciously sweet. Share this happiness with your friends for any occasion by making besan barfi to treat someone special!
It is one of the top Indian sweets served across India. Each delicious bite brings out such an amazing reaction that it immediately puts you in good spirits no matter what situation you encounter throughout the day. You can share these happy moments with people close to you on various occasions as well so why not try our Besan Barfi Recipe today!?
5. Moong Dal Halwa
There’s no better feeling than indulging in a spoonful of Indian halwa. Whether you enjoy it as a dessert or sneak up on yourself for an evening snack, this sweet treat is the perfect way to end your day. This magical Halwa recipe made with Moong Dal will have you swooning.
The taste of tasty nutty goodness melts into your mouth and takes you to the country which makes it.
This recipe is a great winter dessert, specially prepared during wedding functions and special occasions. These desserts have been around for centuries in the regions of India where winters are strong enough to keep people indoors throughout much of it. The tradition has carried onto weddings today as well where these treats occupy an important place on menus alongside other traditional dishes such as samosas or pakoras.
6. Besan Ka Laddoo
The word “besan” originated in India, and it is a type of flour made out of chickpeas. It also goes by the names gram flour or chickpea flour.
Laddoos are sweets that come in many different shapes and sizes, with a variety of ingredients. They originated from the Indian subcontinent but you can find them all over India now.
These delicious laddoos are made with flavorful gram flour.
7. Rice Kheer
Kheer is a traditional Indian pudding that has been enjoyed for centuries. This creamy dairy delight can be found all over India, making it truly one of the country’s most prized treats. It’s made with rice, milk, and sugar- making it an ideal sweet treat for any occasion.
Milk desserts are a very common part of the Indian diet and the kheer recipe leads the list which involves cooking together milk and sugar to create a sweet drink that’s great for any occasion including festivals. Although sometimes it may also use other flavor enhancers like Kesar added into the mix.
Kheer originated from northern India where migrants introduced this dish to southern regions also known as Payasam.
8. Suji (Semolina) Gulab Jamun
Gulab jamuns are one of these tasty desserts that will brighten your mood with their rich flavor. They have a soft, warm texture and look like mini doughnuts but taste better than any other dessert out there.
Gulab jamuns are a popular dessert dish in East Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. They originated from the Indian subcontinent region. There’s no better way to celebrate an occasion than with these delicious Indian gulab jamuns. Whether you’re attending a wedding or having guests over for dinner, there is nothing more flavorful and satisfying than the sight of one plate full of warm Gulab Jamun drenched in sugar syrup.
9. milk Vermicelli / Doodh Ki Sewiyan
Vermicelli, a type of ingredient that is thin and long in shape with a consistency similar to spaghetti. It has the ability to absorb flavor from whatever it’s mixed into making it easy for you to create unique dishes like Doodh ki Sewaiyan – Indian style milk vermicelli – which creates an interesting blend between this dish’s ingredients such as dry fruits, vermicelli itself, and milk. Vermicelli is made of wheat flour and contains several minerals.
It can surprise you with the various dishes it produces, which are appetizing. In addition, vermicelli contains iron and calcium as well as other minerals such as vitamin B12 which helps maintain healthy bones.
10. Carrot Pudding | Gajar Ka Halwa
Carrot pudding or Gajar ka Halwa is a traditional dessert in India. It originated from the Middle East and it means ‘sweet’. Gajar ka Halwa is a delicious dessert that can be enjoyed by all. The bright orange color of this pudding makes it look just as delicious to eat as it tastes.
The richness comes from the presence of butter and milk, making each bite a creamy delight. When consumed hot or chilled, the flavorful and nutritious Carrot Halwa is equally appetizing. It contains carrots and other dried fruits such as raisins; these ingredients make it a filling but delicious snack option after a meal too.