In this starting of the year 2018 Makar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. In this starting of the year 2018 Makar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. 

Bhawana from Code2Cook has sweet and savory delicacies with healthy versions.

Oats And Flaxseeds MathriTry these healthy and nutritional mathris different from the traditional version. With the goodness of oats and flaxseeds, these mathris are full of fiber and a great snack without guilt. Having them deeply fried I don’t mind.

Ribbon PakodaRibbon Pakoda is very easy and quick snack to prepare at home. It is perfect for any festival time or just make them and enjoy your cup of tea. Ribbon Pakoda known by this name as it resembles to ribbon. This snack is deep-fried and made with gram flour and rice flour. Which makes ribbon pakoda gluten free as well.You can prepare this ribbon pakoda in advance and store them for good two weeks. A great tea time snack too.

Baked ShakarparaBaked Shakarpara is a sweet wholewheat biscuit which is prepared specially on Holi festival in India. Traditionally sweet shakarpara recipe uses refined flour, and they are deep fried. As the name says, baked shakarpara is the healthy version using whole wheat flour and no deep frying required.As the name says baked, this shakarpara prepared with whole wheat flour with jaggery syrup. Bake and serve. Shelf life is well more than two weeks.

Priya Suresh from Priya’s Versatile Recipes has come up very quick and easy to prepare sweets for festivities. With just a few ingredients you can create magic.

Besan Mawa Laddoo/Gramflour Khoya LaddusMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. Besan ladoo is a very much popular North Indian sweet which can be made easily with fewer efforts. These laddoos are quick to prepare with simple ingredients

Chocolate Gulab Jamuns/Dark Chocolate Gulab JamunsMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. Just by adding some quantity of cocoa powder in gulab jamun mix and you will get a new version of gulab jamun. Priya has shown a makeover of a traditional gulab jamun recipe.

Carrot Burfi/Carrot Khoya BurfiMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. We, Indians makes excellent desserts with carrots, one among those delectable desserts is Burfi. Let see how to make carrot berfi with just a few ingredients.

Ritu Tangri from Annapurnaz- A beginner’s guide to a perfect meal bringing a new flavor from her desserts collection and Mexican food.

Creamy No Bake Strawberry CheesecakeMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. Cheesecake is made with cream cheese. As cream cheese is not easily available here in India, so hung curd and cream are used as it’s substitute. Substituted with condensed milk and mouthwatering cheesecake is ready to serve.

Mixed Bean Enchilada/ Hot & Spicy Mixed Bean EnchiladaMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. Try these enchiladas, using the homemade whole wheat tortilla and enchilada sauce. Filled with kidney beans, black-eyed beans, and corns.

Vanilla Strawberry Jello Poke CakeMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. Vanilla strawberry jello poke cake is not only a super delicious but also a super easy dessert to make for parties. Another good thing about this is, that you can prepare well in advance and there is no problem of getting it stale.

Priya Srinivasan from I Camp In My Kitchen brings along her sweets with added nutritional values and eggless cake.

Eggless Blueberry-Raspberry jam cake/muffins with whipped cream frostingMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. As the name says this eggless cake include blueberry-raspberry jam. Let see how to bake in her recipe post.

Sesame Mawa Ladoo/Til Mawa ladooMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. Try sesame mava laddu with dry fruits on the festival.

Sesame and nuts ladoos/sesame seeds and nuts energy balls – No sugar addedMakar Sankranti, Valentine and Holi festival celebrated so far and many more to come.  Today I am sharing 12 traditional festival recipes for you to try out on coming occasions. 

These sesame and nuts laddy contains dates which make them healthy and sugarless too. With natural sweetener, they add the value in celebration having them guilt free.

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