India is a country of dynamic culture, and every Indian celebrates many festivals wholeheartedly throughout the year. In India, festivals are the synonyms of love, peace, happiness and harmony.
As Holi is around us, it’s time to gear up for some fun and frolic. It is that time of the year when all friends and family members gather together to celebrate and the kitchen is smelling with good food throughout the week. Since, its a festival time, so how we can forget to make some delicious and lip-smacking sweet dishes.
But when one enters the kitchen 1st thought that comes in everyone mind is What to make? and How to make? To solve your problem I came across some of the sweet dishes recipes that might solve all your problems. Here are some of them, for more recipes check my full list of dessert recipes.
As we know weather is too hot outside, so let’s start with Thandai… a Thandai is a sweet Indian drink made from a milk base with ingredients such as almonds, saffron, and poppy seeds, traditionally served during the festival of Holi.
Nowadays, everyone is diet conscious. They all want to eat sweets but without sugar. So why not to make sugar free Figs, Dates & Nuts Barfi.
Khajur (Dates) Roll is Sweetened rolls loaded with dates and dry fruits. The best thing about this dessert / sweet dish is that there is no sugar in this, yes you read it correct “No Sugar” sweet dish.
Talking about healthy food, the first thing that comes to my mind is Oats. So my next recipe is made up of oats.
Granola Bar Healthy Sweet, a simple, soft and chewy granola bars that are delicious. They taste great and are incredibly easy to make.
Talking about always healthy is not good, it’s Holi without relishing mouth-watering sweets of Holi, no one can actually get the spirit of Holi 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.
Balushai – Balushahi is deep-fried crunchy dough disks that are cooled and then soaked in 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.