10 best Indian desserts that can be prepared at home easily.
India is a land of vividness; provide us many mouth watering recipes. Indian meal is incomplete if dessert is not available in the main course. Indian sweets have their own importance and relevance. It brings happiness. Sweets also play a major role in our lives because any celebration will remain incomplete without sweets. There are many types of sweets available easily in market. But, today I am going to share with some of the best sweets of Indian cuisine that can be prepared at home easily. Give a treat to your family and friends with these wonderful delicacies. Let’s have a look- Besan ladoo are sweet balls made of gram flour, sugar and ghee. These ball shaped ladoo are not only delicious but also a gluten free Indian sweet. It completely melts in your mouth and provides a wonderful taste. These are traditional sweet from North India and can be made at home very easily. It is one of the popular desserts that never fail to win the hearts of your guests. Gajar ka Halwa is a pudding made from grated carrots, milk, nuts, ghee and cardamoms. The majestic taste of Gajar ka halwa can be enjoys in chilling winters as an evening snack or after meals. Adding Khoya in the halwa provide it a rich and classic taste. So, this winter enjoy Gajar ka Halwa with your family. Basundi is a delicious dessert made mostly in West India. Basundi is made by making the consistency of milk thick and adding dry fruits, sugar , cardamom. It is a calorie rich and high energy providing sweet so it is best to consume it in winters. It can be made with the ingredients easily found at home. It is a perfect treat for any special occasion. Payesh is a term used in Bengali fot the word “ Kheer”. In India there are many variations in kheer. Nolen Gurer Payesh is one of them. A thick, creamy, delicious rice pudding made by milk, rice and palm jiggery. Adding nuts and raisins makes it tastier. This is a traditional winter dessert as the palm jiggery is available in winters only. Craving for delicious dessert in winter? Then go for it. Ever heard about Chanar Jilepi? This is a popular sweet from Bengal and Orissa that means Paneer Jalebi. The jalebi made using cottage cheese, plain flour, semolina, cardamom powder, ghee and sugar syrup. It has a very soft texture that easily melts in your mouth. Want to have a delicious Jalebi ? Then make it and surprise your family. Rasabali is traditional; sweet originated in Odisha. These are deeply fried cottage cheese balls and dipped in thickened milk, seasoned with nuts and cardamom. It is offered to lord Jagannath in Puri temple. A best preparation for any festival. Mohanthal is exotic gram flour fudge. It is a combination of gram flour, khoya, milk and nuts roasted in ghee. It is made on special occasions, but you can make it at home anytime you want as all the ingredients are easily available. Try making this yummy sweet at home and feel festive with loved ones. Balushahi is a popular Indian doughnut introduced by Mughals. It differs from other doughnuts in taste and texture. It is crispy and light sweet that is made of plain flour, milk, ghee, sugar and cardamom. It is popular all over in India and can be good light evening snack for your family. Kozhukattai is a very famous pudding from South India which tastes delicious. Sometimes it looks like a rosogolla, But is actually a dumpling made from rice flour, filled with grated coconut, jiggery and moong dal. It is also known as modak in some parts of India. This delicious festive south Indian sweet can be a perfect snack if you love coconut sweets. Gujiya is a fried sweet dumpling stuffed with Khoya and nuts mixture fried in ghee. It si made with plain flour and semolina. Gujiya is very crispy and a sweet delight. Coconut can also be added to give it a better taste. Let’s give your taste buds a break by making this super delicious gujiya. After reading this blog if you try making one of the dessert at home Kindly share your experience with us in the comment section given below. We would love to hear your feedback