25 Vinayaka Chaturthi Sweet Recipes|Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes

Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is on Wednesday, August 25th of this year. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Maharashtra and some other Western states of India along with few parts of Southern states as well.

Below are 25 sweets for Ganesh Chaturthi which are easy to make and would make a wonderful offering to Lord Ganesha for the auspicious day.

Modak– Coconut and jaggery filled inside rice flour dough balls and shaped into beautiful shapes using unique molds.

Murmura Ladoo– Puffed rice mixed with jaggery to make mildly sweet balls or laddoo.

Suzi Halwa-An all around year popular sweet pudding aka halwa made with semolina and sugar.

Besan Ladoo-Roasted gram flour or besan mixed with sugar and turned into mouth watering balls of deliciousness.

Rice Kheer– A rich and creamy kheer or pudding made with milk and rice.

Boondi Ladoo– A popular sweet laddoo made with fried boondi dunked in sugar syrup and bind together in balls.

Motichoor Ladoo-Like boondi laddoo these are made with crushed boondi and sugar syrup.

Seviyan Kheer-Another wonderful and decadent kheer made using roasted seviyan aka vermicelli noodles.

Rava Ladoo-Sweet balls made with fine semolina and powdered sugar mixture.

Til Ladoo-Sweetened balls of roasted sesame seeds and jaggery or sugar.

Carrot Halwa– Very popular halwa made with seasoned best carrots and khoya or milk.

Badam Ladoo-Almond powder cooked with sugar and turned into amazing sweet balls of heaven.

Moong Dal Halwa-A mouth watering halwa made with moong dal, khoya and lots of ghee.

Banana Sheera- Popular halwa made with bananas in Maharastra to offer to Lord Ganesha as Prasad.

Date and Nuts Ladoo-A quick to make and healthy laddoo made with lots of dried fruits and dates.

Paal Payasam- Milk based payasam aka kheer cooked until reached a thick consistency.

Churma Ladoo– A Gujarati style laddoo made with fried dough balls and sugar.

Carrot Kheer– Another amazing payasam aka kheer made with carrots and milk.

Poha Ladoo-Poha aka flaked rice powdered and mixed with jaggery and nuts to make delicious laddoo.

Shankarpali– Crispy and sweet deep fried snack made especially for this day in Maharastra.

Coconut Barfi-Yummy and easy barfi coconuts and are perfect for any festival.

Puran Poli– Sweet flatbread stuffed with cooked chana dal mixture taste amazing with a dollop of ghee.

Rava Kesari-Saffron flavored rava aka semolina halwa.

Sago Payasam-A unique payasam made with sago or tapioca pearls.

Coconut Ladoo-A very simple yet very delicious laddoo made with fresh or desiccated coconut.

Hope you all will like these sweets and do try to make them this Ganesh Chaturthi.

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