How many times have your aunties or grannies loaded your mouths with laddus and pedas again and again, landing you in a sugar-binge? Tired of the predictable sweet stack? Want a break from the same old treats-routine? Well, here we are. Say goodbye to the yellow laddus, bite on to these novel, yummy, fresh-looking recipes. Thank us later.
No just Holi, Pooja can also be made into a festival of colors by experimenting with the traditional dessert recipes. Replace the carrots for your halwa with blushing beetroots and make your platter look like its V-day.
In case you have skipped making this yummy-yellow payasam for Onam, now is your chance. Make the easy pumpkin kheer and add diversity to the pooja sweet course.
Carrot coconut balls
Carrot halwa is old school. So does besan laddus. Roll these easy carrot and coconut balls, place some nuts atop, and voila! Your laddu replacements are ready.
It's time to experiment. Pull out the carrots from your halwa pan and place ripe papaya slices instead, get ready for the surprise. Papaya halwa is an excellent replacement for the much-common halwa varieties.
Sabudana dishes are a quintessential thing for Durga Pooja season. It is ideal to break your fast with. The tiny tapioca balls, locally known as chowwari, are given a South Indian makeover with this recipe.