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Home-Made Sweet Treats for Ganesh Chaturthi

Home-Made Sweet Treats for Ganesh Chaturthi

 

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is almost here and it's time to celebrate the birthday of the Hindu god, Ganesha. Ganesha is considered to be the maker of all the auspicious and prosperous things. Though the 10-day festival is hugely popular in Maharashtra, people all over the country celebrate it in one way or another. We have accumulated some popular recipes that you can prepare during this festive period and enjoy with your loved ones.  Make a note of these delicious sweet recipes

 

 

 

1. Mixed Seeds Boondi Ladoo

 

 

This traditional treat will certainly please the God of prosperity and help you get His blessings during this auspicious period.

 

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2. Pomegranate Laddoo

 

 

 

The sweet and tangy addition of pomegranate beautifully complements the popular besan concoction and will surely serve as your perfect Ganesh Chaturthi bhog!

 

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3. Rava Coconut Chocolate Barfi 

 

 

 

An ingenious combination of rava, chocolate, and coconut, this treat will fetch you plenty of compliments and hopefully blessings from the revered God.

 

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    4. Blueberry and Rose Rasmalai 

     

     

    Creamy milk and a soft bite of chhena makes you want more. I am certain that anyone who likes traditional Rasmalai will appreciate this delightful new version too.

     

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      5. Rice and Rose Rasgulla

       

       

      An innovative way to prepare festive sweets, this rose-flavored classic dessert is ready in under 20 mins.

       

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        6. Warm milk Seviyan

         

         

         

        It’s fragrant, comforting, and above all highly enjoyable delicacy. Super easy to prepare and will surely be one of your favorite bhogs.

         

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          7.  Seviyan Cups With Coconut Rabri And Fresh Fruits

           

           

          The traditional seviyan gets a new fruity twist along with an offbeat way of presentation making it easy to portion, serve and eat.

           

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            8. Sugar-free Pista Barfi

             

            Indian Sweets are known to take very long to make and generally have a lot of sugar. We change all of that with this super yum recipe of a Pista and Fresh Fruit barfi and making it SUGARFREE.

             

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            9. Khubani Ka Meetha

             

            It's got a very cool and refreshing sweet taste and is perfect for after a meal, try this simple recipe this Ganesh Chaturthi and end your meals on a sweet note.

             

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            10. Tiramisu Gulab Jamun

             

             

            The literal meaning of Tiramisu in Italian is “pick me up” or “cheer me up”. As the name implies, this is an iconic Italian dessert that is served at the end of the meal that hopefully “cheers you up.”

             

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            11. Makhana Kheer

             

             

            This festive season, we bring to you a subtly sweet and supremely nutritious treat. Rich and creamy, this easy-to-prepare and delicious to savor makhana kheer will delight taste buds!

             

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            12. Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo

             

             

            Sesame seeds are loaded with numerous health benefits and here we are giving a sweet touch to this superfood! Presenting the simplest way of making delicious “til ke ladoo” for this festive season!

             

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              13. Raspberry Milk Cake Recipe

               

               

              A classic milk cake or Mawa cake recipe with a fruit twist, the raspberry flavour is optional, you can either ignore it or add any flavour you like.

               

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                15. Caramel and Custard Kheer

                 

                 

                A variation on the classic rice kheer made with milk , sugar and rice with a few added touches making it super pretty

                 

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                  16. Rose And Dry Fruit Kachori

                   

                   

                  Why should bhog only be sweet, why not some namkeen twist for Ganesha? Here’s a sweet twist to the generally savory treat, this kachori has the fragrance of rose and the robust flavors of various dry fruits.

                   

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                    17. Kaddu ki Tikki

                     

                     

                    This simple tikki recipe is perfect for bhog as it gets ready in just  2 minutes.

                     

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                      18. Bharwan Aloo Tikki 

                       

                       

                      A no onion and garlic (Satvik) version of the popular aloo tikki that you can enjoy during bhog festivities.

                       

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                        19. Kesar Jalebi

                         

                         

                        Isn't the Indian sweet dish platter incomplete without kesar jalebi? Use this easy recipe for your bhog this time.

                         

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                          20. Rose Jalebi

                           

                           

                          This festive season, give your sweets a vibrant and floral twist. We are sure lord Ganesha will love your Rose Jalebi.

                           

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