Indian Sweet Boxes To Make Your Holiday Tastier

Indian Sweet Boxes To Make Your Holiday Tastier

I love Indian sweets. They're sweet, they're spicy and they're so different from what we call "sweets" here in the States. When you go to an Indian restaurant, it's not very likely that you'll order dessert. Instead, when your meal comes to an end and you can't eat any more rice or naan or samosas or biryani or whatever else you ordered (psssh), you'll be offered a plate of these delicious treats—and then another plate!


Banganapalli is a sweet made of milk, sugar and cardamom. This traditional sweet from Andhra Pradesh is available in various colors, shapes and sizes. It can be made at home or bought from the market. The perfect accompaniment for this sweet is hot tea or coffee as it brings out the flavor.


Kalakand, also known as kalakadu or karibikku, is a traditional Indian sweet made from milk and sugar. It comes in many different varieties across India, but the most popular version is made with khoya (milk solids), almonds, pistachios and cardamom. The word “kalakand” means “creamy” in Hindi.

Kalakand originated in North India but is now found all over the country—in fact you can find it at most Indian sweet shops around the world! It's usually served on Holi, Diwali, or any other Hindu holiday where people gather together to celebrate their traditions while having lots of fun playing with colors!


Palkova is a popular Indian sweet, especially in the state of Maharashtra. It's made from milk and sugar. The addition of cardamom powder gives it an added layer of flavor and fragrance.

Palkova also goes by the name palkayi, which means "soft sugar." The word palkova comes from the Marathi language and translates to "roasted" or "cooking in an open fire."

Reetha Chikki

Reetha chikki is a sweet made from the sap of the reetha tree. Reetha trees are found throughout India and Pakistan, so this sweet is popular all over the subcontinent. It's often sold in markets as a street food, and you can also purchase it at most Indian grocery stores. In addition to being delicious, reetha chikki makes for an excellent tea companion: it adds sweetness and texture to your brew without overpowering its flavor.


Malpura is a traditional Indian sweet that is made with milk, sugar and dry fruits. It is popular in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. The word Malpura means ‘from the city of Malpur’. The recipe for this sweet varies from region to region but it's usually made with khoya (a cottage cheese preparation) or paneer (cottage cheese).

Malpura can be served as dessert or as a snack. It makes a great gift during the festive season to your loved ones because it goes well with tea or coffee and has an exotic taste which everyone will love!

Kaju Katli

Kaju Katli

Kaju Katli is a traditional Indian sweet made with cashew nuts and sugar syrup. It is usually served at weddings, birthdays and other special occasions. This can also be made in different flavors like pista kaju katli, saffron kaju katli etc.


Burfi is a popular Indian sweet dish made from condensed milk, sugar and cashew nuts. It is often served as part of festive celebrations such as Diwali, Holi and Raksha Bandhan. In India it is also known by other names such as barfi, burfiyana (in Maharashtra), burfee (in Uttar Pradesh), or burfidana (in Bihar).


Rasmalai is a sweet dish made from paneer, malai and sugar. It is a popular Indian sweet dish. The dish is made by boiling the mixture of paneer, malai and sugar along with saffron in milk until it becomes thick. The mixture is then served cold in individual glasses or bowls with some dry fruits on top as garnish.

Ras means juice in Hindi language and Malai means cream, so rasmalai literally means “juice-cream”.

Anjeer Barfi

Anjeer Barfi is a traditional Indian sweet made from ground almonds, sugar and butter. It is one of the most popular sweets in India, especially during winter. The nuts are cooked with sugar and ghee for several hours until the mixture forms a soft mass that can be cut into pieces and rolled into balls. Almond barfi has been featured in many cookbooks such as "The Art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking". Some people like to garnish their barfi with edible silver foil or golden edible leafs (vark).

Kesar Peda

Kesar Peda is a festive sweet from the Indian state of Punjab. It is made using sugar, milk and ghee in equal proportions (all ingredients used are organic). These ingredients are cooked until they become thick and creamy. The mixture is then spread onto a greased tray or plate to cool it down before it’s cut into bite-sized pieces.

Kesar Peda has a rich texture on account of its high-fat content; this gives it a creamy taste which goes well with tea or coffee during cold winter evenings or rainy days! This dessert is also quite popular during Diwali festivities in India because it reminds us of our childhood days when friends and family members would give us these sweets as gifts for our good grades at school/college etc...

Indian Sweet Boxes are amazing!

These indian sweet boxes are amazing! They’re a great gift idea, and they can be made at home in no time.

Sweet boxes are a delicious way to celebrate the holidays. If you have family or friends who love Indian cuisine, these boxes will make them smile.

These sweet boxes are so easy to make that even kids can do it! And with their bright colors and beautiful patterns, they’re sure to brighten any holiday table as well as your day!


Indian Sweet Boxes are amazing! They will add a touch of magic to your celebration. You can buy them from our store or make them at home. The choice is yours, depending on how much time you have and your skill level in making sweets.