Diwali special recipes

Diwali special Recipes
Hello friends. Diwali is only 8-9 days away and I am sure you all must have made some plans for diwali special recipes you are going to make this Diwali. Believe me my hubby made the list even before we made the house cleaning list;-)

We try to make some new sweets and snacks on Diwali but there are some sweets that are always there. Each family has their own set of favorite sweets and snacks. most of these recipes I am sharing today are in that list.

I have joined blog hop organised by shruti from Artsycraftsymom.com where many bloggers are sharing there Diwali posts. There are some recipes blogs, some craft blogs and book review blogs too. So please take a look at links to other blogs in the end of the post and visit the ones you find interesting 🙂

Here is a list of Most popular Diwali Recipes

Diwali Sweets

Kaju Katli

I have started making these at home from last Diwali only but these were a staple at home during festivals and we used to buy these from sweets shops. Not any more 😉
kaju katli 7

Gunjiya
Need I say more? Gunjiya is a must at Diwali and Holi.
gunjiya 1

Atte ke Ladoo

I am sure you all are already making these. Here is how we make it.
Atte ke ladoo 3

Nariyal Ladoo
These are my family’s latest favorite. 3 ingredients. No fuss. No hassle. Soft juicy Ladoos

nariyal burada 1

Besan ki Barfi
Making sugar syrup/chashni could be tricky. This recipe uses plain sugar.
besan barfi 5

Kalakand
Very easy to make and healthy too
kalakand

Rasgulla
If you want to stay away from fat laden sweets then rasgulla’s are the perfect sweet to  make.
rasgullas

Boondi ke Ladoo
this is one of those recipes which once you start making you can not understand why you have not tried them earlier.
boondi ladoo 4

Choco Mawa Rolls
Kids love these. They can even help you in making these and cutting pinwheels. And they just love the way it looks or tastes for that matter.
choco mawa rolls 1

Sandesh with Nutella

Now who can say no to Sandesh that too filled with nutella.
sandesh

 

Diwali snacks/savories

Besan ki Sev
crunchy, crisp, yummy. Your kids will love these

besan ki sev 1

Achaari Mathri
No need to serve achaar with these Mathris as they already have achaar ka masala in them. Hassle free.
mathri achaari

Bhakarwadi
bite sized, spicy, tangy, sweet and sour. Bhakarwadi is a medley of flavors. Once you eat these you will fall in love with them surely
Bhakarwadi 5

Roasted sweet and spicy nuts
Healthy, elegant. Rather than frying lightly roast them in microwave and spices according to your taste.
sweet and spicy roasted nuts

 

Come join a set of fabulous bloggers sharing their Diwali moments , easy Crafts, DIY ideas, Recipes and book recommendations with you .

Starting from today till Diwali and beyond, each one of us will be writing a post related to Diwali.

Participating blogs

Artsy Craftsy mom . Reading Rabbits Library . Food and fads . Cherish Dream Live . My little Moppet . On-board the Mommyship . Roohi’s Collection . Colours Dekor . Bumps n Baby  . Hello Mommyhood . A spoonfull of ideas . CraftIsland . The Keybunch . ParentingMantras . Whats Cooking Mom . Orange kitchens . Quilts & Quills . Fun Activities for Children . Something’s cooking . Obsessivemom . The Design Enthusiast . Fantastic Feathers . Little aadi ali

So sit back, relax and check out all the fabulous Diwali Dhamaka posts from our participating blogs in the linky.

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17 Responses to Diwali special recipes

  1. Obsessivemom says:

    This is such a treasure trove of recipes. I’m tempted to try out the easier ones at least – the sweet and spicy roasted nuts looks doable as does the matthi. Was going through your blog – loved those Marie-Nutella biscuit cake. May I please share the recipe on FB? With due credit of course.
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  2. Alishka says:

    What a yummy looking post!! Great recipes 🙂

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  4. This is awesome a collection of treasured Diwali recipes.. Loved them n kaju katli is all time favourites at home ! Happy Diwali!

  5. Oh how lovely!! This is awesome a collection of treasured Diwali recipes.. wow!!
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  6. Oh my my.. so many stuffs to eat .. I am already salivating and drooling at the pics Nidhi.. Am off to make some of these and will let you know …

    Feels like gobbling down that bowl of atta laddooos , kaju katlis, nariyal ladoos .. 🙂
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  7. Hemapriya says:

    My son is crazy kaju katli fan, will try out this recipe, soooo many recipes and all of them look mouth watering…

    Happy Diwali to you and your family!!!

  8. muh me pani aa gaya…awesome recipies for Diwali 🙂
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  9. This is like a treasure trove of Diwali recipes. Yummy!

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