Indian Sweets Round up! Vegan, some gluten free options

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Wishing everyone a very happy and beautiful festive season. This whole month is about celebration...
Some or all festivals celebrated in a variety of ways in different parts of the country. The things that are common are Pooja( religious worship rituals performed in different ways to get god's blessings), making sweets and snacks, visiting family and friends and exchanging gifts and sweets.

Here are some already vegan or veganized sweets that have featured on my blog!
Jalebi: pretzels in flavored sugar syrup. http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/2010/08/jalebi.html


















Gulab Jamun- Doughnut balls in flavored sugar syrup.(Recipe posted! http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/2011/10/gulab-jamuns-veganized-indian-sweet.html






Strawberry Beet Oats Semolina Laddoo (Sweet balls) http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/2011/05/strawberry-beet-semolina-oats.html





Besan Laddoo. Sweet chickpea flour balls with cashews and raisins.gluten free option http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/2011/08/besan-laddoosweet-chickpea-flour-balls.html



A good number of sweets made during the festivities are milk based depending on the region. There are quite a few already vegan sweets like Petha, Imarti, Kaju/almond Katli, all dry fruit/nut mithais, Jaggery sweets. There are fusion vegan versions too these days. Check some more options out at Harini's Tonglue Ticklers here http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.287898861222631.80129.212063542139497

Have a fantastic festive season, and please do try some dairy free sweets!! All that ghee(clarified butter) and khoya(thick milk solids) is not good for your health or the cows!

Do drop by in October to see some of my Mom's wonderful creations on the blog!! :)



21 comments:

  1. Oh wow I love these vegan options, they all look delicious and so healthy!! :)

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  2. I'm a big fan of homemade gulab jamuns. Great round up, Richa!

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  3. Awesome round-up! I wish you lived nearby so you could bring me fresh jalebi and kulfi :)
    Enjoy the holiday season!

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  4. love all the recepies and they look so tempting and yummy ........

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  5. Thanks Kelly!
    Thanks Anuradha.. yes, we love gulab jamuns too!

    Thanks for dropping by Genevieve.. if only i made the jalebi and kulfi everyday..:)

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  6. Thank you Kalyani and Jeanette!

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  7. Fascinating! I know so little about Indian sweets, but all of these sound delicious and exciting. I definitely want to try two or three of these exotic treats right away!

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  8. I like this virtual treat. Thanks for visiting my space and kind words. I liked your blog and happy to meet you here.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  9. Thanks Sanjeeta!

    Thanks Hannah. do try them and let me know how they turn out!!

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  11. i can't wait to see the recipe for the gulab jamuns :)

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  12. Thanks Jeffie! I will put those up soon.. gotta make another batch to test my own recipe!:)

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  13. What a delicious round up! I appreciate the vegan recipes, because I have several friends who are allergic to eggs and milk and it is dificult to find dessert recipe without eggs and milk. Thanks for sharing your round up with the Hearth and Soul Hop

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  14. Thanks for coming to the Lunchbox Love party! These sweets all look delicious :)

    Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery

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  15. its my favorite sweets . i like jalebi and beautiful posting for indian sweets . yummy
    B&B Brugge

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  16. Thanks Dawn, Lisa, Nisha and Alea

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  17. Wow nice collection of recipes...
    Thank you...
    I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post. Keep sharing.
    Interesting read! Thank you for informative post!

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