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.
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.
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!
This sweet, with its melt-in-the-mouth lingering sweetness, is relished by Indians not just during the festive season but throughout the year.
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.
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.
This isn't traditional banana pudding - rather, it's a version made with bananas fried in ghee layered with the vanilla flavoured mixture.