Mixed Nuts and Rose Bombay Halwa is made with cornstarch or cornflour as we call in India. The specialty of this halwa is the use of rose syrup that gives this halwa an unique aroma and taste.
Rabri or rabdi is a traditional Indian sweet of thickened sweetened milk with layers of cream. It has mixed nuts added to it and can be served on its own or along with other dishes.
Nei Payasam is a special payasam made with Unakkalari, jaggery and ghee and served during festival occasions in Kerala Temples.
Kollu Urundai or Horse gram Laddu is a healthy and nutritious dish as horse gram is considered a food with medicinal qualities. This ladoo combines the goodness of Horse gram and jaggery and makes a good festival sweet.
Teepi Garelu or Bellam Vada are a popular festival sweet made in Andhra. These are Urad Dal Vadas soaked in Jaggery Syrup.
Panang Kalkandu Rava Kesari is a healthy option of making regular rava kesari with panang Kalkandu or palm sugar.
Pesara Sunniundalu is an easy Indian Sweet made with roasted split yellow moong dal with jaggery and ghee.
Dalia Panakarkandu Kesari is a healthy sweet made with broken wheat and Palm Sugar Candy simmered in milk. This is a quick sweet you can make for Navratri.
Arisi Thengai Paal Payasam is made with cooked basmati rice simmered in milk and thick coconut milk added for final garnish.
Akhrot Ka Halwa is a delicious rich halwa made with ground walnuts. This surely makes a rich healthy sweet to indulge!
Chilakada Dumpa Halwa is a delicious halwa made with Sweet Potato. While sweet potato is sweet on its own, making it into a halwa gives you a sinful dessert to enjoy!
Rajgira Halwa is a sweet made with Amaranth Seeds and is a popular sweet made during different festivals.
Kuttu Ka Halwa is yet another Vrat special dishes made during Navratri. This is a brown coloured flour and is a sticky halwa.
Singhare Ka Atta Halwa is a Vrat dishes popularly made during the Navratri season or for any Vrat time. This crumbly halwa is very easy to make.
Carrot Coconut Milk Halwa is a sinful dessert made with grated carrots and cooked in coconut milk.
Bread Halwa or Double Ka Meetha is a sinful sweet, popular across all Indian States, though it is well known from Andhra Pradesh. This is best done with leftover bread slices.
Moong Dal Payasam is a creamy milk sweet made with split yellow moong dal with jaggery. This is a popular Indian Sweet made during Festivals.
Pesalu Payasam or Whole Moong Pudding with Jaggery is a delicious kheer that can be made for any festival season with jaggery and whole moong.
Kuthiraivali Arisi Payasam or Barnyard Millet Payasam is a delicious payasam made with the millet and makes an excellent alternate to regular vermicelli or rice.