Try these warm and delectable Indian sweets this winter
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Try these warm and delectable Indian sweets this winter

Gajar ka halwa is simply one of the best things about winters

Try these warm and delectable Indian sweets this winter

As the weather gets colder, the desire to eat warm foods only grows. Local halwais and sweet shops have everything you need to eat this winter, not just to stay warm but also to rekindle your romance with all the traditional Indian sweets that are only available during this time. Now is the time to pay attention to the halwas and gajaks, not just because they taste good but also because they will keep you warm in this cold weather.


During the colder months, ghee is used to roast wheat flour to make panjiri, a winter dessert. Several healthy ingredients, like toasted flour, sugar, almond powder, and chopped seeds, are added to the dessert to make it more fulfilling. Because it promotes the body's production of heat and offers defense against the common cold, many people believe that panjiri has healing properties throughout the winter.

Coconut with Mixed Nut Burfi

This sweet is ideal for the winter months because it is made with fresh coconut, roasted and chopped mixed nuts, khoya, sugar, jaggery, coconut palm sugar, and a little salt. The entire family may enjoy this classic Indian dish. Another practical and healthy option is Protein Dry Fruit Balls, which are made with non-dairy ingredients and don't have refined sugar.

Rice Kheer

Ingredients used to make this traditional Indian sweet include Basmati rice, whole milk, sugar, almonds, saffron and cardamom. Use Kesari Thandai Mix powder to give your homemade kheer a flavor that will wake you up.


Naan-khatai, an Indian cookie-like treat, is made from all-purpose flour, semolina, butter, powdered sugar, cardamom, and chopped pistachios. Make a batch of these cookies and eat them whenever you like, but especially after supper.

Gondh Ladoo

Anyone with a sweet tooth would love this delicacy. This sweet treat is made with many tasty ingredients, such as wheat flour, edible gum, sugar, ghee, melon seeds, almonds, elaichi and others.

Gulab jamun

Even though gulab jamun can be enjoyed at any time of year, it does tastes a little better during winters. Nothing beats a bite of piping hot gulab jamun while sugar syrup dripping from as on a cozy winter evening.

Moong  dal halwa

Moong dal halwa is a wintertime favorite. Although cooking this ghee-rich dish takes effort, the end product is well worth it. It may be preserved for an extended time, allowing you to carry it with you and enjoy it whenever you like.

Gajar Halwa

Gajar ka halwa is simply one of the best things about winters. Made from grated gajar, milk, khoya and sugar, this dish is almost synonymous to comfort.


When winter arrives, everyone begins to anticipate the arrival of gajak and chikki. Made with Jaggery, peanuts, and sesame seeds, among other ingredients, you won't have enough of gajak during winters. Despite the difficulties of making gajak, you might try your hand at making a less intricate type of chikki to munch on after meals.

Til Ladoo

Aside from the toasted sesame seeds, crushed peanuts, jaggery, and cardamom that make this classic ladoo so delicious, it also has a generous amount of ghee, which adds to its aromatic and tasty properties. The sticky ladoo's heated power will keep you warm and comfy over the winter, making it an excellent wintertime treat.