Diwali sweets recipes – A collection of over 100 diwali recipes includes delicious and yummy sweets and snacks. Diwali or Deepavali, the festival of lights is celebrated on the no moon day (amavasya), that falls in the month Karthika or karthik. This year it falls on 30 Oct 2016. On this day, Godess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, prosperity and Love is worshiped with great devotion and celebrations. It a day that brings light, joy and happiness to our lives. Celebrations include decorating the homes, wearing new clothes, bursting crackers and cooking delicious and toothsome foods.
Preparing, enjoying and distributing delicious sweets and snacks among family, friends, neighbors and relatives is one of the Indian culture that has been followed from ancient days. Here is a list of 100+ toothsome foods including diwali sweets recipes and snacks as well from my blog. You can also check this complete list of Indian 150 Indian sweets recipes.
Diwali sweets recipes include popular bengali sweets like kalakand, rasgulla, rasmalai, chum chum, sandesh, chocolate sandesh. All time favorites like gulab jamun, peda, burfi varieties, kaju katli, halwa varities, kesari varieties, kheer or payasam recipes, 30 varieties of easy ladoo recipes are also included. Milk, mawa/ khoya, sugar/ jaggery, ghee form the base of most delicious Indian sweets. Please scroll down for snacks recipes.
A very Happy, Safe and Prosperous Diwali Wishes to all the readers and dear friends celebrating this festival of lights. May this Diwali bring in lot of joy and peace to all our lives. 🙂
Over the years the entries on this page have grown, so for the convenience of readers I have moved the diwali snacks recipes here