Different Kinds Of Diwali Sweets

Different Kinds Of Diwali Sweets

Halwa is most often eaten in the north and west, and usually involves a mix of ghee, water, sugar, spices and sometimes milk.


Laddoo is a spherical sweet originating from India. Laddus are primarily made from flour, fat (ghee/oil) and sugar. The type of ingredients used vary by recipe.


Barfi is a milk-based sweet which are mixed with nuts like cashews, pistachios and peanuts, and spices like cardamom and rosewater.


Peda are usually made with khoya, sugar, nuts and flavorings like cardamom.


It is made mainly from milk solids, traditionally from khoya or powdered milk, which is milk reduced to the consistency of a soft dough.

Gulab Jamun

Jalebi is made with a batter of maida (all-purpose flour) and saffron, which is shaped into spirals and fried, then soaked in sugar syrup.


Soan Papdi is made with a mixture of gram flour, all-purpose flour, ghee, sugar, water, milk and cardamom

Soan Papdi