Collection of easy Homemade Indian Desserts/Mithai, some fusion desserts for festivals like Holi, Diwali, Raksha Bandhan, Christmas, Thanksgiving for serving and gifting to your family and friends.
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Mithai or Desserts are one of the most important part of any celebration. In Indian culture, sweets are also offered as bhog/prasad to the Divine.
Here is the collection of easy and fuss-free desserts(except a few) especially for the busy professionals and homemakers. In this post you will find recipes for Bhog or Prasad, serving at your parties and get togethers. There are recipes that you can make to gift to your loved ones.
Easy recipes with readily available ingredients for Diwali, Holi , Christmas. Eid or any other celebration like Thanksgiving and festivities.
Instead of buying from outside, make these sweet treats at home, with your special touch!! and share your love with your loved ones!!
Enjoy the festivities with your loved ones
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Indian Desserts/Mithai Collection
This post is divided into different sections like Puddings/Kheer, Ladoo and other Mithai items, chocolate desserts and fusion desserts.
One of the most important ingredient to make Indian desserts is Khoya or evaporated milk solids, which is used in many recipes. You can buy Khoya from stores or make at home. Preparing Khoya in traditional way takes lot of time, so I make a quick batch of homemade khoya using my recipe. Click on the link for homemade Khoya recipe..
When pressed on time I prefer to use Almond Meal/Milk Powder/Milk Mawa(available in Indian grocery stores as a substitute for it. It also gives the authentic taste like the ones made with Khoya.
Kheer and Puddings
Halwa and Churma
Fusion Desserts and Desserts with Chocolates
Homemade treats for gifting to your loved ones are the best!! We now the ingredients, free from preservatives and made with love!! If your have still not decided what to gift to your friends and relatives and loved ones, try make these homemade goodies , pack into beautiful boxes and share your love!!
You make any of the dried treats from the above collection also ladoos/kalakand. Hopefully will soon update more dessert and recipes for the festivities!!
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