50 Diwali Sweets Recipes

Diwali is the festival of light and happiness. It is an auspicious day celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. This year Diwali is celebrated on 20th of October and there are only 9 days left to arrive the day. People love making lots of sweets and savoury recipes for this day to offer Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. Later all the sweets and snacks are distributed among friends and family.

Here is the collection of 50 Diwali’s Sweet Recipes from all around the states of India. Wish you all a very happy Diwali.

This collection has some Ladoo, Barfi, kheer, payasam, halwa and some other delicious sweet Diwali recipes too.
1.Boondi Ladoo–  a popular sweet made with fried gram flour mini balls sweetened with sugar syrup and bound into a lemon sized ball.
2.Poha Ladoo- Flaked rice ground into fine powder and bind together in round balls with ghee and sugar.
3.Murmura Ladoo- Puffed rice sweet balls made with jaggery syrup are popular in North India during Diwali.
4.Motichoor Ladoo-Boondi crushed into small pieces and bound together in ladoo shape.
5.Besan Ladoo– Chickpea flour roasted and mixed with sugar to make me in mouth kind ladoos.
9.Dates Ladoo– Healthy and tasty dates and nuts ladoo. This is a guilt-free and healthy edible Diwali gift.
10.Pumpkin seeds Ladoo– Wheat flour ladoo filled with protein-packed pumpkin seeds for slightly crunch and taste.
14.Kamlalebur KheerYou won’t believe the presence of oranges in his delicious and amazing kheer.
15.Suzir PayeshSemolina kheer aka payesh is very easy and so delicious that can make your guests drool.
23.7 Cup Barfi– The farali version of famous 7 cup barfi made with rajgira aka amaranth flour.
26.Kesar Peda- a saffron-flavoured fudge or dumplings made with roasted milk solids aka khoya.
32.Cham Cham– It is a variation of raj bhog, stuffed with dried fruits and nuts. Super delicious sweet treat.
33.Raj Bhog – a super spongy sweet ball made of fresh paneer aka chenna and dunked in sugar syrup. This is a melt in mouth kind sweet.
47. Rava Kesari- A saffron flavoured semolina halwa which would make your Diwali celebrations more happening.
48.Rabdi– It is a super rich dessert made with thickened milk and filled with lots of nuts and dried fruits.
 49.ImartiIt is like the mother of jalebi, a more elaborate and thicker yet more delicious sweet dish.
50.Rice Pudding– A creamy rice pudding topped with caramel sauce to make it extra tasty.
 Wish you all a Happy and Safe Diwali.
 Best regards,
Sapana Behl

23 comments on “50 Diwali Sweets Recipes”

  1. Yes Cook says:

    Diwali wishes to you and your family.
    Wonderful collection. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Nice collections.wish u a very happy diwali sister………..
    x❤x❤
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  3. Loved all your collections. so good.

  4. HI Hapy Diwali.Lovely collections swapna

  5. Simi J says:

    that's a great line up. HAppy Diwali! mouthwatering desserts

  6. An excellent compilation of Diwali Sweet recipes. Loved it!

  7. Avin says:

    Wow. That’s quite a list, bookmarked to try some. Awesome collection

  8. Beautiful collection!superb

  9. Jayashree says:

    Lovely Diwali Collection. Happy Diwali to all of you Sapana

  10. PJ says:

    That is an awesome collection of desserts Sapana. HAppy Diwali to you and your family 🙂

  11. Lovely collection sapana! I have plans to make labong latika this time, hope it clicks well! Wishing u and ur family a very happy Diwali

  12. What a collection Sapana. I usually make just the ones that I’m comfortable with and don’t try and venture out to make new sweets especially the Indian sweets. I know where to look when I want to make something different.

  13. Wow what a wonderful collection of sweet recipes for the festival of Diwali. Each and everyone sounds delicious.

  14. What a treasure trove of recipes these are Sapana!

  15. So many delicious sweets, who can resist to these beauties.

  16. Excellent collection Sapana. I have bookmarked 2 recipes !!

  17. Such an awesome collection you have here Sapana…very well done..and Happy Diwali to you and your Family!

  18. Usha says:

    That is an excellent compilation of Diwali sweet recipes. Btw, link 10 for pumpkin ladoo recipe is missing.

  19. Ruchi says:

    What a beautiful collection sapana… Superb

  20. Jagruti says:

    What a delicious compilation of Diwali Mithai recipes, each one is unique!

  21. Afroz says:

    Thats a fabulous collection of recipes for Diwali. Sharing it with my friends.

  22. Pavani says:

    Wow Sapana, what an amazing collection of sweets and treats for Diwali. Everything looks awesome.
    Here’s wishing you and your family a very Happy Diwali!!

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