Diwali 2023: 10 desserts to savour this festive season

By Editorji News Desk
Published on | Oct 26, 2023

Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun, a beloved Indian dessert, consists of soft, deep-fried milk balls soaked in aromatic sugar syrup.


Jalebi, a popular Indian dessert, is made from deep-fried swirls of batter soaked in saffron-infused sugar syrup, offering a delightful, crispy-sweet.


Sweet spherical delights made from various ingredients like gram flour or semolina.


Sweet fudge made with condensed milk, sugar, and flavours like cardamom or pistachio.


Rich, dense dessert made from ingredients like carrots, semolina, or lentils.


Creamy rice pudding cooked with milk, sugar, and flavored with cardamom and nuts.

Mysore Pak

Mysore Pak is a delectable South Indian sweet made from ghee, gram flour, and sugar.


Ghevar is a popular Indian dessert, particularly enjoyed during festivals like Teej.


Gujia is a traditional Indian sweet dumpling, often made during Holi, filled with sweet fillings like khoya, nuts, and coconut.

Ras Malai

Ras Malai is a sumptuous Indian dessert featuring spongy cheese dumplings soaked in sweet, creamy milk, garnished with saffron and pistachios.

Durga puja sweets