It is a tradition to gift your neighbors and loved ones sweets during Diwali. Here are a few sweets that you could include in your gift box!
Halwas, popular for their chewy textures, are a kind of pudding that is popular among Indians to share during festivals. It can be made with a variety of main ingredients like carrots, rava, etc.
Sphere-shaped sweet made from tiny balls of deep-fried gram flour that are rolled together with nuts, raisins, and spices, which are then soaked in sweet syrup. It is widely distributed in Indian festivals.
A popular milk-based sweet that is mixed with nuts like pistachios, cashews, or peanuts and spices like cardamom and rosewater. Fruits are mixed for flavor too.
One of the most favorite delicacies in India. Milk solids are mixed with flour, which is then deep-fired in oil or ghee. These spheres are soaked in sugar syrup, mixed with spices like cardamom, and served.
Maida and saffron are mixed and fried in spiral shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. The maida absorbs the syrup providing a crunchy exterior and a soft, juicy, and sweet interior.