Diwali or Dipawali, is India’s biggest and most important festival of the year. The festival gets its name from the row(avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolise the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness. This festival is as important to Hindus as the Christmas holiday is to Christians.
Diwali celebrations are incomplete without indulging your sweet tooth in traditional Indian sweets. Nothing adds life to festivities as boxes and boxes of rasgullas, kaju barfis, gulab jamuns do.
But then, there are the prying eyes of your loved ones eyeing you cautiously every time you head towards a sweet because you are diabetic. Don’t worry. This Diwali, indulge in some delicious sugar free sweets . The First sweets is dedicated to all Diabetic Persons.
- Khajur (Dates) Roll is Sweetened rolls loaded with dates and dry fruits. Best thing about this desert / sweet dish is that there is no sugar in this, yes you read it correct “No Sugar” sweet dish.
Now lets talk about some healthy sweets, the first thing thats comes in my mind is Oats . So my next recipe is made up of of oats.
Granola Bar Healthy Sweet, a simple, soft and chewy granola bars that’s delicious. They taste great, and are incredibly easy to make.
Talking about always healthy is not good, its Diwali without relishing mouth-watering sweets of Diwali, no one can actually get the spirit of Diwali celebrations. So here are some mouthwatering sweets :-
- Instant Home Made Rava jalebi – Jalebi, also known as zulbia, is a sweet popular in countries of South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and East Africa. It is made by deep-frying maida flour batter in circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. Jalebi making usually takes time so why not give try to this instant rava jalebi which is quick, easy, crunchy and yummy to eat.
- Shahi Tukda with Rabri – Shahi Tukda a popular hyderabadi special sweet is a royal treat to taste buds at anytime. And we will be preparing Shahi Tukda with Rabri which tastes just yummmm…
- Balushai – Balushahi is deep fried crunchy dough disks that are cooled and then soaked in a sugar syrup.
- White Rasgulla – Rasgulla is a syrupy dessert popular in the Indian subcontinent and regions with South Asian diaspora. It is made from ball shaped dumplings of chhena (an Indian cottage cheese) cooked in light syrup made of sugar.