7 Indian Sweets I'm Making for This Diwali

Moong Dal Halwa

Prepared with lots of ghee and green gram, this Moong Dal Halwa is a must during Diwali festivities. It is rich, delicious and tastes even better when garnished with slivered dry fruits. 


Malpua is a traditional Indian sweet from Rajasthan aand Orissa. These sweet pancakes which are made using flour are soaked in sugar syrup and are then topped with a creamy rabdi. Yummy, isn't it?

Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun are classic Indian dessert which is enjoyed by everyone. These are delectably sweet balls delicately flavored with rose water and dunked in sugar syrup. This recipe makes the best homemade Gulab Jamun with no errors. Try to believe it!


Balushahi is one of the traditional Indian sweets made using all-purpose flour, ghee, and yogurt. This sweet is crispy from outside and has a soft and flaky texture from inside. This one is popular during Diwali.

Badam Kheer

Almond Kheer or Badam Kheer is a delicious Indian dessert where milk is cooked with almond paste and saffron. Make it for festivities for your house party, it will please everyone.

Shahi Tukda

Shahi Tukda is a royal dessert straight from the culinary utopia of Hyderabad. Made by deep frying the bread, soaking it in sugar syrup, and then drizzling it with thick luscious rabdi, this Hyderabadi delight is one of the best Indian desserts.

Kaju ki Barfi

Kaju Ki Barfi is a most loved sweet, especially by those with a sweet tooth. This recipe of Kaju Ki Barfi that I have prepared is made with cashew and sugar, and is so easy and fool proof that you’ll never want to buy it from the market.