Navratri is a special time, it’s a sacred festival, The word ‘Navratri’ translates into ‘nine nights’ in Sanskrit. People dedicate these nine days to Goddess Durga, who comes to take shelter in the homes of her loving devotees. During these nine auspicious days, devotees seek blessings and pray to the nine forms Goddess Durga also known as Navdurga. During this time, many people fast to show their devotion to the goddess, fasting can be a tedious process and it can take its toll on the body, so we’ve made a list of some of the sweets which you can have during the fast to replenish your energy.
Let’s take a look at the best sweets you should try this Navratri
Sweet Potato Halwa
Made with boiled mashed sweet potatoes, scented with saffron.
A three-ingredient recipe which can be quickly prepared and are delicious
Sweet Pudding made with sabudana and milk.
Quick and easy to make kheer, which can be prepared in less than 25 minutes.
Samvat Rice Kheer
A creamy kheer made with samvat rice.
Quicky and tasty laddos bade with almonds, jaggery, and raisins.
Vrat Ka Halwa
A north Indian pudding made with singhare ka atta
A traditional Indian sweet made with curd and flavored with saffron.
Another traditional Indian sweet made with milk and layers of cream.
A very popular sweet from Bengal
Cottage cheese balls, soaked in sweetened and flavored milk.
One of the most popular Indian sweets made with milk and soaked in sugar syrup.
A popular Indian Sweet made with cashews and sugar
A famous south Indian halwa made with almonds, ghee and sugar
Quick and easy recipe made with carrot, quite similar to gajar ka halwa