10 Indie-fusion desserts to lift your Diwali spirits

Bhubaneswar: As we are celebrating a cracker-free, no-pollution Diwali indoors with friends and family this year, why not go out of the box and try some Indie fusion recipes for dessert this festive weekend!

We have curated a list of 10 Indian fusion sweets that you can easily prepare in your kitchens and share them with family and loved ones:

  • Sweet Ravioli with Lacha Rabdi:

Have you ever uttered ‘pasta’, ‘sweet’ and ‘dessert’ in one line!  If not, this first-in-the-list recipe is a sweet surprise for you. Check out Madhuri Agarwal’s fusion dessert recipe that is prepared by soaking sweet ravioli in sugar syrup and later served with hot rabdi.

  • Gulab Jamun Cheesecake:

This cheesecake surprises you with gulab jamun, motichoor and a lot of crispy pistatios as a bite melts in your mouth. This Diwali, try this tempting sweet fusion recipe by Talra Dalal.

  • Oats Seseme Ladoo:

These energy balls are an amazing snack for children. With the crunchiness added by almond shreds, the ladoos are loaded with protein, fibre and iron that make it super healthy with flakes of fun.

  • Apple Jalebi:

When a plate of regular Jalebi gets a twist of apple and some nuts in it, who would not want to grab a bite! Try this recipe at home with Archana’s Kitchen recipe as your personal guide.

  • Motichoor Rabdi Parfait:

 This is an easy-to-make dessert from all the left-over Diwali sweets on the table. All what you need are motichoor ladoos, some digestive biscuits, butter, milk and some milk maid. Try Insiya Kagalwala’s recipe and prepare you own glass of parfait in just ten minutes.

  • Thandai Mousse Cake:

When there is a cake on your plate with a thick coating of thandai syrup and whipped cream and you can’t get over those crunchy pistachios garnishing on the top, how will you resist! Worry not, Meal Planner Pro will guide you with your baking.

  • Elaichi Caramel Popcorn Cluster:

An indoor Diwali with cousins is impossible without a movie night or some board games. And pop corns are sacred here. So, what if your pop corns get a caramel twist! Replace your regular pop corn bowl with some caramel popcorn clusters. The recipe is available on ArtsyCraftsymom.


  • Mango Cheesecake Bhapa Doi:

Bhapa Doi already tastes divine. But this Diwali make it silkier, tastier and more flavoursome by adding some mangoes to it. Follow the Divine spice box to make your fusion bhapa doi.


  • Peda Pies:

This gluten-free fusion sweet is perfect after your meal.  Grab the recipe from MasterChef Mom.

  • Chocolate Gujiya:

Imagine your 2020 Diwali gujiyas with some delicious choco chips, nuts and mild solids stuffings instead of the usual sugar and coconut stuffings.




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