12 Quick Indian Dessert Recipes | Easy Indian Sweets for Dinner Parties
12 Quick Indian Dessert Recipes: list of 12 popular, quick and fingerlicking Indian dessert recipes or Indian sweets that are perfect for parties or celebrations. Like Coconut Ladoo, Besan Ladoo, Gulab Jamun Parfait, Besan Barfi, Kheer, Sandesh, Malpua, etc.
12 Quick Indian Dessert Recipes Perfect for Holi
No Indian Party/ Festive Occasion or even a small gathering is complete without “Meetha / Mithai” popularly known as Indian Desserts / Indian Sweets served in the end of meal or occasion.
Whether it’s your favorite Besan Ladoo(chickpea fudge balls), Besan Barfi,Coconut Ladoo, Indian Kheer or Gulab Jamun, there’s always that special dessert to perk up that smile on your face 🙂
So here I’m with a roundup of Our and Your Favorite Indian Desserts / Indian Sweets recipes that can be made under 30 Minutes.
All these recipes have been made by me, my friends and family over and over again and this is where I’m listing it for easy access whenever your heart desires.
Also, many of these Traditional Indian Sweets recipes ingredients + steps are changed a little to fit our everyday lifestyle or need.
Hence, you’ll find some recipes to be ‘Instant Dessert” and some which will take 20-25 minutes.
No matter the change, they taste ABSOLUTELY Amazing & You can Just not stop at 1
12 Quick Indian Dessert Recipes #diwalisweets
12 Quick Indian Dessert Recipes:list of 12 popular, quick and fingerlicking good Indian Diwali dessert recipes or Indian sweets that are perfect for dinner parties or any occasion. Like Ladoo, Gulab Jamun Parfait, Kheer, etc. #diwalisweets
How to Make Instant Malpua: soft, delicious instant malpua recipe using milk powder, sooji and flour. Perfect for Holi Dessert and can be kept in the fridge for 3 days. This recipe is without using khoya
Instant-Pot Kheer Recipe: creamy, thick, flavored with saffron, rice along with dried food, this rice pudding is a perfect Indian dessert. Perfect for Holi Sweets / Holi Desserts. This recipe is all about making a thick, creamy and rich kheer without using condensed milk.