10 Best Recipes For Diwali Which You Shouldn’t Miss Out!!!

Happiness is cooking delicious food for your family; especially on the occasion of Diwali. Try out these 10 best recipes and celebrate a memorable Diwali with your loved ones.


  1. Moong Dal Khasta Kachori


Diwali is a festival of gatherings and celebrating with your family and friends. But preparing delicacies for so many people is really time consuming. Well, not anymore, here’s a unique recipe which you serve in few minutes so that you can also spend some of the time with your loved ones. Try out this Moong Dal Khasta Kachori recipe and have a pleasant Diwali! Check out the recipe here


2.  Baked Chivda Mixture.


Diwali means lots and lots of celebration with friends, family, etc. and as per the occasion lots of snacks and sweets. One the most easy and healthy snack which you can make at home quickly is Baked Chivda Mixture and keep it in stock for munching and you can quickly serve to your guests. Check out the recipe here


3.  Kaju Pista Roll


Kaju Pista Rolls are one of the most amazing amongst the other Diwali sweets & are loved by all, but making it at home is very confusing, isn’t it? Well, we have got for you one of the easy way to make this and please your sweet tooth. Check out the recipe here


4. Apple Gujiya


Any celebration is incomplete with different varieties of sweets and especially when the occasion is Diwali! How can you miss to try out Gujiyas in a healthy way with apples and celebrate Diwali in a healthier way? Check out the recipe here


5. Baklava Rolls

Baklava is a middle eastern sweet/dessert made from phyllo sheets and nuts that are soaked in sugar syrup. If you have the ready made phyllo sheets, you can make these baklava rolls in about 30 minutes and have an exquisite dessert for the festive season. Check out the recipe here


6. Kaju Katli

One of the most popular mouthwatering Indian sweet made of cashew nuts which completes all the occasion and loved by all is Kaju Katli. This diwali spread happiness by completing this occasion by making this dish at home and having a joyful Diwali. Check out the recipe here


7. Moong Dal Mini Samosa


Moong Dal Mini Samosa is a delicious recipe which you can serve for snack in Diwali. It doesn’t require much time in cooking and if served hot, it’s loved by everyone. Check out the recipe here


8. Khatta Meetha Namkeen


Diwali adds the flavor of namkeen as well as sweet dishes. This Diwali you should try this Khatta Meetha Namkeen which consists of different roasted dry fruits & nuts and can add a different khatta meetha taste to your festival. Check out the recipe here


9. Nankhatai


Nankhatai is one the most popular dish made in diwali, especially in Gujarati homes. It’s sweet, crunchy biscuit like taste tempts us to eat it again and again. Try it at home and surprise your kids with this innovation! Check out the recipe here


10. Pistachio & Burfi Chocolate Balls.

End of Diwali means lot of leftover sweets and chocolates With this simple and quick recipe, you can use all the leftover sweets and make a whole new treat! Check out the recipe here