Khurma- a traditional Indian sweet snack which was always made in my home during Holi & Diwali!

It’s highly addictive and needs only a handful of ingredients to make it at home.

For this Diwali, I decided to share some classic recipes from my nani.

The sweets which I was very fond of as a child, the sweets which were always prepared in my house for festivals.

As much as I love the rasmalai or jalebi, no one ever made these at home. What was made for festivals was besan ladoo, peda, gujiya and this khurma!

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Motichoor Ladoo Cheesecake Jars

No-Bake Motichoor Ladoo Cheesecake Jars with layers of cheesecake, crushed boondi ladoo and a parle-g crust!

Garnished with nuts and edible silver leaves, these no-bake cheesecake jars make a stunning Diwali dessert.

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Fusion desserts are some of my favorite things to make! I mean it’s so creatively satisfying.

For this Diwali, I wanted to share a fun fusion Indian dessert with you guys and I combined two of my favorite desserts...

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Mathura Peda

Mathura Peda – a classic Indian sweet made with milk solids and sugar. These instantly take me back to my childhood!

I am sharing one of my favorite sweets for Diwali today- Mathura Peda or like we used to say Mathura ke Pede!

When I was a kid, peda was hands down my favorite sweet. Every year, when we would visit my grandmother’s village for our summer vacation, she would make peda for us.

It was something, I looked forward to the most!

My grandfather was a farmer, we had many cows and so that peda was made from fresh milk, right after milking the cow. You can imagine...

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