The day of Janmasthami is as special as it is auspicious. It celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the supreme creator. With Krishna jayanthi sweets, and janmashtami cakes, who cannot be enamored by the joy of this special day?
Special Janmasthami treats
Here are some special sweet tasting Janmasthami surprises that you cannot resist savoring–
Rice pudding or Kheer is the stable sweet dish of any festivity. The fact that this sweet dish is nutritive as well as mouthwatering gives you an added reason to have this dish on Janmashtami. It is an essential dish in feats and celebrations and you can have it chilled or hot as per your preference.
The sweetness of Kalakand can perk up your day! This is yet another traditional sweet dish made with whole milk. Kalakand is a variation of barfi and is soft and grainy in texture. The combination of solidified milk and cottage cheese is an irresistible sweet dish you have to try it this festive season.
- Malai Peda
Malai peda is essential part of any festivity. You need not rely on the sweets from your mithai wala anymore since this sweet dish is very easy to make and is very yummilicious.
- Apple Coconut Barfi
Apple Coconut Barfi is a delicious treat. This fudge-like barfi is super easy to make. It’s also vegan and gluten-free. The fruity taste makes for a great sweet snack without the guilt!
- Kesar Peda
kesar peda is a classic sweet made for festive occasions. They are delicious and made with very few ingredients, milk and sugar, flavored with cardamom and saffron. This is a easy recipe to make.
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