Diwali is round the corner. And along with lamps and firecrackers, one more reason we look forward to Diwali is the delectable sweets we get to eat during the celebrations. However, of late, one is scared of buying sweets from shops fearing adulteration. So, the best thing is to make traditional sweets and snacks at home, and surprise everyone, including your guests, with your cooking skills. Here are five simple, easy-to-do, quick recipes of Diwali sweets curated from the Internet just for you:
This melt-in-the-mouth soft and spongy cheese ball in light and sweet sugary syrup is a gift of Bengal and the favourite of many. Make sure you make this in bulk as these would get finished in no time.
And here is a quick recipe, with which you can make rasgullas in just 10 minutes. For full recipe, click here.
This isn’t as easy as rasgulla, but how can we talk about Diwali sweets and leave out kaju katli. Though it might take some trial runs, but once you get the knack of it, this five-ingredient snack might become one of the most sought-after sweets of your loved ones. For full recipe, click here.
This is a simple and quick version of the traditional gulab jamun. You can put some khoya in the bread filling to make it more regal. However, taste-wise, it is as delicious as the traditional gulab jamun. For full recipe, click here.
This is a simple two-ingredient ladoo, which needs no cooking at all. You can, in fact, take your children’s help to roll out the laddoos or tell them to make the laddoos, while you are engaged in something else. For full recipe, click here.
If you want to give a South Indian twist, you should try this soft melt-in-the-mouth sweet that has just five ingredients but tastes divine. Timing is very crucial for this sweet, even a minute’s delay can undo all your efforts. For full recipe, click here.