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5 Delectable desserts to try this Diwali

Diwali, apart from being a grand festival, is a feeling of happiness celebrated with thousands of beautiful lights alongside a constant music of crackers and laughter. It is the time for family reunions, catching up with friends and hogging on mouthwatering feasts. This coming Deepawali, we have 5 amazing sweet recipes for you to try…

Malai Peda               

Peda is one of the favourite sweets enjoyed across India. It is made differently from state to state with a variety in flavours, textures and colours. Here, we have the mouthwatering malai peda, which is soft with a grainy texture. It can be used for pooja prasad or packed away as a gift. It is preferred sweet by both elders and kids.

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Kal Kal

A crunchy sweet delicacy made of sooji with a sugary twist! This quick recipe can be served at home or even packed for giving gifts this coming festival.

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Shahi Tukda

This simple and easy recipe, flavoured with kesar and elaichi is a perfect sweet for Diwali. Its soft and juicy bites are something that your family and friends will relish.

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This delicious sweet has a sugary crunch and is loaded with the goodness of dry fruits and milkmaid in every bite. It is healthy and fulfilling for the busy buzz of Diwali and can be made in different shapes of your choice as well. A perfect dinner sweet for your family and friends!

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Chocolate Dipped Jalebi

Who doesn’t love jalebi, right? This juicy, tangy and crunchy sweet when served hot is simply irresistible. Chocolate without a doubt is loved by all, and the mix of both is a pure joy for everyone. This recipe is a must try for a perfect evening of celebration this Diwali.

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Enjoy this magical festival by welcoming the positive vibes and happiness, with loads of firecrackers, sweets and feasts with your loved ones.

Happy Diwali!

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