collage diwali 2017
Mega Diwali Collection
Written by Jayashree
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Diwali is one of the important festivals that we celebrate. It is a festival which everyone looks forward to, four days of relaxation, festive atmosphere, array of sweets and savoury, pooja and celebrations with near and dear ones and not to miss the bursting of crackers! This year Diwali starts on October 17.

I thought of making  a mega collection of sweets and savoury for Diwali. I approached my blogger friends on facebook and all were enthusiastic about it. Thankyou dear friends for your wonderful posts. This post would not have happened without your contribution. The collection consists of sweets for festive cooking, burfis and pedas to store in the box, cakes for the diwali party along with a few savoury dishes. I do know what to cook for the festive season.

 

collage diwali 2017

collage diwali 2017

Click on the title or the picture for the recipe

 

Basundi by Jayashree

basundi

basundi

 

Moong Dal Halwa by Meera Giridhar

 

Moong Dal Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa

Instant Rabri by Aanchal Arora 

rabri

rabri

Rasmalai by Aruna Panangipally

rasmalai

rasmalai

Bamboo rice payasam by Seema Doraiswamy Sriram

bamboo rice payasam

bamboo rice payasam

Gurwale Chawal by Maria Nasir

gurwale chawal

gurwale chawal

Munganey by Sandhya Nadkarni

munganey

munganey

Peach Phirni by Poonam Bachav

peach phirni

peach phirni

Rabri Malpua by Trupti Bhatt

rabri malpua

rabri malpua

Meethe Chawal by Jolly Makkar

meethe chawal

meethe chawal

Pista Gulkand Ladoo by Piyali

pista gulkand ladoo

pista gulkand ladoo

 

Mysore Pak by Avin S Kohli

Mysore pak

Mysore pak

 

Gujiya Bites by The Belly Rules the Mind

Gujiya bites

Gujiya bites

 

Kesar Malai Peda by Jagruti Danecha

Kesar malai peda

Kesar malai peda

Seven Cup Fudge by Jayashree

seven cup burfi

seven cup burfi

Malai Cake by Sonia

malai cake

malai cake

Chocolate Cupcake by Sarika Seth Gunjal

Chocolate Cupcakes

Chocolate Cupcakes

Triple Chocolate Cake by Sonia Gupta

triple chocolate cake

triple chocolate cake

Dharwad Peda by Parulz

dharwad peda

dharwad peda

Little millet and walnut ladoo by Nalini Somayaji

millet walnut ladoo

millet walnut ladoo

Chocolate Nankhatai by Poonam Bachhav

chocolate nankhatai

chocolate nankhatai

Mango Almond Burfi by Sapna

mango almond burfi

mango almond burfi

Nippattu by Jayashree

nippattu

nippattu

Lauki Kofta Curry by Aanchal Gupta

no onion garlic lauki kofta curry

no onion garlic lauki kofta curry

Vanilla, caramel and chocolate burfi by Jagruti Danecha

Vanilla, caramel and chocolate burfi

Vanilla, caramel and chocolate burfi

No cook coconut gulkand modak by Sandhya

Coconut gulkand modak

Coconut gulkand modak

Urad dal kachori by Swati

Kachori

Kachori

Cherry chocolate kunafa tart by Afroz

Chocolate Kunafa

Chocolate Kunafa

Amrit by Rajani

Amrit by Rajani

Amrit by Rajani

Chiwda by Jayashree

chiwda

chiwda

Wishing one and all a Happy Diwali ! May the year ahead be filled with peace and joy ! If you have liked this post, do share it further.

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11 Comments
  1. Aruna

    Oh my, what a lovely collection, Jayashree! So many recipes for me to try!

    Reply
    • Aruna

      Thank you for including my Rasmalai too!

      Reply
    • jayashree

      Thanks Aruna, glad to have your recipe here.

      Reply
  2. Sandhya

    Wow! Fabulous post Jayashree. So many amazing recipes to try. Thank you so much for including my Manganey and No cook Gulkand Modak!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thanks Sandhya, glad you were a part of this.

      Reply
  3. poonampagar

    Awesome collection Jayashree ! Glad to be a part of this roundup ?

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thanks Poonam, glad you were a part of it.

      Reply
  4. Jagruti

    Droolicious collection here, I wish I can have all these for this Diwali..Thank you for including my two recipes here..Glad to be a part of this mega diwali post 🙂

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thanks Jagruti. Good to have your recipes here.

      Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Mridula

      Reply

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