These 6 Diwali Special Recipes do not consist of regular sweets like karanji’s and chewda but have a modern take on desserts, cakes, and mithai’s. Here are some fun recipes to make your Diwali even special this year.
Here are the 6 fun recipes to try this Diwali …
#1 CHOCOLATE MALAI PEDA
This one is creamy, easy and delicious to make. Chocolate Malai Peda gives the regular malai peda a chocolaty goodness which is loved by all.
RECIPE: CHOCOLATE MALAI PEDA
#2 MASALA CHAI CAKE
Can you imagine cake batter made with freshly boiled chai ?? Sounds different but tastes delicious. This cake has a lovely tastes reminding you of an Indian origin, perfect for Diwali !!
RECIPE LINK: MASALA CHAI CAKE
#3 RABRI (TRADITIONAL INDIAN DESSERT)
Rabri is an Indian dessert made with sugar and thickened milk. So creamy and rich, this dessert can be used in so many ways. You can enjoy it all by itself or simply pour in onto a cake or make little dessert jars using Rabri
RECIPE: RABRI (TRADITIONAL INDIAN DESSERT)
#4 MOIST MAWA CUPCAKES
Cupcakes are a great add-on to your sweet boxes this Diwali. These Mawa cupcakes are just like the ones you get at old Irani bakeries, moist and delicious.
RECIPE: MOIST MAWA CUPCAKES
#5 RABRI DESSERT SHOTS
I don’t think anyone could resist eating these. They’re so so yum. These Rabri dessert shots have a good balance of textures and are simply delicious
RECIPE: RABRI DESSERT SHOTS
#6 Gulab Jamun Cookies
This sounds unusual?? I’m sure you’ve eaten gulab jamuns but not gulab jamun cookies. These cookies are buttery and delicious. It’s easy to make with four basic ingredients and super quick when you are in a rush getting set for Diwali
RECIPE: GULAB JAMUN COOKIES
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