Diwali Recipes, Diwali Sweets Recipes, How to make Diwali Snacks Recipes -2014

21 easy diwali recipes – diwali sweets recipes, diwali snacks recipes.

Collection of Diwali Sweets Recipes and some savories as well! Diwali is on its way! So just thought of sharing some sweets and namkeen recipes with everyone. Diwali is also called as Deepavli in India. It’s a festival of lights! its celebrated with lot of sweets, mithais, namkeen made at home Or bought from outside. Lots of crackers are fired and lot of puja, ceremonies, rangolis are done in a traditional manner. You could feel a lot of positive vibes and energy during this festival in India 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Diwali Sweets

There are more than thousand of recipes made in India across all regions out here! For instance in Maharashtra faraal is made home, in Bengal lots of sweets like chum chum, sondesh etc are made, in Punjab lots of paneer sweets, jalebis are made. Lots of sweet recipes like sweet shankarpali, firni, karanji, ladoos, sev, jalebis, barfi, kaju katli, milk barfi etc the list is endless. I generally get bored eating sweets in Diwali so I look out for something spicy Or namkeen like chakli, papdi, sev, spicy shankarpali etc. I have made some sweets and namkeen for Diwali which I would love to share with all of you 🙂

Diwali Sweet Recipes:


Paneer Gulab Jamun Recipe


Phirni Recipe

Phirni Recipe

Motichoor Ladoo Recipe

Motichur Ladoo Recipe

Chocolate Nankhatai Recipe


Besan Ladoo Recipe

Besan Ladoo Recipe

Kalakand Milk Barfi

Kalakand Milk Burfi

Basundi Recipe


 Badam Puri Sweet

Badam Puri Sweet

Mohanthal Recipe

Mohanthal Recipe


  Phirni Recipe

Kashmiri Phirun

Kashmiri Phirun

Meethi Seviyan Dry


Rava Ladoo

Rava Laddu Recipe






Diwali Snack and Savories Recipe:

Instant Chakli Recipe


Spicy Shankarpali Recipe

Spicy Shankarpali Recipe

besan sev 

besan sev

whole wheat chakli

wheat flour chaklis

farsi puri

  Farsi Puri 17

Diwali Main Course Recipes:


Chole Bhature


 Puri Bhaji


Pav Bhaji


Further you could check some more recipes like Nankhatai Recipe, Gajar Ka Halwa, Meethi Seviyan Dry and Phool Makhana Kheer.

Wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous Diwali!Hope this Diwali brings a lot of light in your life, luck, work and personal growth. May the world dwells in peace and brings a ray of light top everyone’s heart and mind ;)…. Hope we burst less crackers and also think one step towards Global Warming!


  1. Its my fast today!! 🙁 yo can’t believe how I have tortured myself by visiting your page 🙂

  2. Extremely happy!!! Was planning to start making diwali dishes… n here I saw ur post 🙂 Lovely lovely n very lovely one…

  3. All recipes are awesome….perfect preparation

  4. Hi Maria,

    I am not able to access the Chakli recipe. do give it to me if you can. It’s for personal use only.

    Anissia Dias.

  5. dear maria, if u happened to notice this comment , do reply into my email. i am a magazine reporter from kerala. we are working out a feature about mumbai food. please reply without delay….regards sarmila.

  6. Happy Diwali! Thanks for giving a little bit of information regarding your festival, who would not enjoy some positive vibes, sounds like fun.
    Anyhow love the line up of all these sweet treasures, thanks for sharing. Yum!

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