6 simple sweet delicacies to make this Diwali

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No amount of sweets suffice Diwali celebrations and it can get overwhelming to choose from so many options. Do not worry as we have a list of must-have Diwali sweets that are fairly easy to make at home.

Rabri

Rabri

The cream is the best part of milk-based Indian desserts, or as we fondly call it, 'malai.' Among the malai-sweets, Rabri is the definetly the richest. It is easier to make compared with kheer and tastes like heaven.

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Kaju katli

Kaju Barfi

What's Diwali without kaju bars? And no, it being heavenly doesn't say it's difficult to be made. In fact, it's one of the easiest recipes!

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Jilebi

Jilebi-main

This sweet, with its melt-in-the-mouth lingering sweetness, is relished by Indians not just during the festive season but throughout the year.

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Bread malpua

Bread malpua

Malpua and rabri are the king and queen of Diwali sweets. Malpuas are sweet stuffed pancakes that have crispy edges and a golden hue. It is usually made with maida and mawa (khoa). However, you can go for a faster preparation method using soft white bread to make the dough.

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Coconut chandrakala

Coconut Chandrakala

It is a sweet with coconut filling! Enough said. All those who love the coconut in any form would grab at it instantly. Try this wonderful dessert that welcomes Deepavali every season.

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Banana Pudding

This Diwali, try this tasty banana pudding

This isn't traditional banana pudding - rather, it's a version made with bananas fried in ghee layered with the vanilla flavoured mixture.

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