10 Diwali Sweets You Must Taste on This Day

Diwali Sweets

Diwali Sweets

It is the festive time of the year. Barely a week is left for Diwali, the biggest and most awaited Indian festival. Happiness abounds when family and friends are around. Festivals are synonymous with cherishing the bond of love, happiness and celebrating together. Indian festivals are mingled with a plethora of delicacies, gifts, celebrations, to name a few. Good food is a pleasure for the soul and we Indians love our diverse food. Indian delicacies enhance the celebratory spirit. Just as the prismatic diversity of India, innumerable Indian delicacies are diverse and each has its unique taste along with blend. Apart from trying the regular gulab-jamuns and barfis, here are some sweets you must taste on the special occasion of Diwali.


Mohanthal is popularly made in Gujarat and Rajasthan, especially during Diwali. It is a kind of fudge-like Indian dessert made with gram flour.

 Goan Nevri

Nevri is stuffed with grated coconut along with almonds. Goan Nevri is a Konkani sweet which is quite similar to gujiya from Uttar Pradesh or Karanji from Maharashtra.

Kesar Peda

Made with condensed milk, ghee, and dehydrated milk,  Pedas are basically Indian milk fudge and are equally yummy to taste.

 Oats and Gud ki Barfi

Trying a healthy way out is not a bad option. Go healthy this Diwali by trying Oats and Gud ki Barfi

Shahi Tukda

As the name itself suggest, Shahi Tukda is a blend of royal food. Super easy to make with fried bread, soaked in milk and adorned with nuts.


It is a traditional Bengali dessert. Rice Flour is used to make thin crepes, along with maida and sooji which is later on served with a coconut-jaggery filling.

 Mysore Paak

The original recipe of the famous Mysore Paak is known to have originated in Mysore Palace. This famous sweet is a rich mix of gram flour, sugar, and desi ghee.

 Creamy Fruit and Nut Couscous Paneer Pudding with Chocolate

Not only is a pleasure to taste but Creamy Fruit and Nut Couscous Paneer Pudding with Choloclate is a pleasure to sight as well. Easy to make along with a healthy blend of nuts, it will be good to taste it this Diwali.

 Kaju Katli

No auspicious festival is complete without the sweet boxes of Kaju Katli pouring in. Kaju Katli is world famous and people can’t resist from not eating more than one at a go.

 Mascarpone Cream Cheese Choloclate Mousse Cups

Eat beyond the regular gulab jamuns and jalebi, try Mascarpone Cream Cheese Chocolate Mousse Cup for a yumilicious-chocolaty flavor this Diwali.


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