Diwali time…woahhh!A festival begins when we start making a list of items to buy. As we jot down, our mind silently drifts to background scores. Yes, the background scores of writing a long list of essentials, tiresome shopping, and endless slogging. The thrill of celebration subsides the moment you think about the festive rush on the road, crowded shopping markets, and the endless billing queues. Thinking of it already makes us feel exhausted. By the way, this year, don’t rush out of the house much as we all know Covid-19 is at its peak in India. So, instead of buying a lot of sweets from outside, try and make sweets at home.
Want to know Recipes with a few Ingredients? Here are some Simple Sweet Recipes with Just 3 Ingredients
Diwali means sweets. You are sorted when your shopping list is tiny and includes a versatile ingredient like milk. Here are some Simple Diwali Sweet Recipes with Just 2 Ingredients
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Apple Rabri recipe
- Full fat milk – 500 ml
- Apple(medium sized) – 1
Boil milk in a heavy-bottomed pan. To make rabri, keep stirring in between and allow it to reduce to half. Keep aside. Grate the apple, reserving a few slices for the garnish. Add the grated apple to the rabri. Serve warm or chilled garnished with apple slices.
How To Make APPLE RABRI / Delicious Recipe
Mishti Doi recipe:
- Full fat sweetened milk – 500 ml
- Curd culture (jaman) – 1 Tsp
Heat the milk till it is lukewarm. Add the curd culture (jaman) and beat well. Pour in small earthen bowls and keep in a warm place overnight to set. Refrigerate for a few hours before serving this refreshing dessert.
- Tip: Use brown sugar to sweeten the milk if you want lush brown colored mishti doi (like the ones you get in Bengali sweet shops)
Mishti Doi Recipe – Bengali sweet yogurt – easy mishti dahi recipe
Doodh Peda Recipe
- Full fat milk – 500 ml
- Brown sugar (powdered) – to taste
Boil milk in a heavy-bottomed pan. Stirring continuously, reduce until it forms a solid mass. Add in the powdered brown sugar. Pinch small portions of the dough and roll them between your palms to form small, round pedas. You can optionally garnish the pedas with a pinch of cardamom powder or chopped nuts like pistachios or almonds. Press the garnish gently onto the pedas.
Doodh Peda recipe – 3 ingredient Peda – easy milk Peda recipe –
Coconut Laddu Recipie
- 2 cups desiccated coconut
- 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk
In a mixing bowl, combine the desiccated coconut and sweetened condensed milk. Mix the ingredients well to form a sticky dough. Pinch small portions of the mixture and roll them between your palms to form round ladoos. Place the ladoos on a tray lined with parchment paper. Let them cool and set for a few hours at room temperature. Once the ladoos have set, they are ready to be served. You can store them in an airtight container for several days.
So you already have a delicious Diwali dessert platter for your family and loved ones! Now relax and decide upon your dress, jewelry, and makeup for the D-day
This Diwali our mantra is less work and more fun! What’s yours?