On this day devotees pour milk and water on Shivling at different times of the day and it is believed that Lord Shiva is pleased by fasting on this day. From arranging places of worship to offering delicious offerings to singing hymns and hymns, Shivaratri is celebrated with great fervor across the country. On this day Lord Shiva is given some sweet food as enjoyment, which is later distributed and enjoyed as prasadam. Here are some simple dessert recipes that can be made at home and offered as a treat.
An integral part of every Indian festival. Rice is made from cooked milk, cream, dried fruits and nuts with sugar / molasses. This recipe is believed to be God’s own food and is considered righteous. To make this simple recipe, just wash and soak the rice. In between, boil the milk, add the rice and keep stirring. Then add cream, sugar, cardamom powder and nuts and dried fruit.
Made with grated coconut, condensed milk, dried rose petals, dried fruit and nuts. This simple but delicious laddu makes a perfect dessert that can be served as a treat. Adding rose petals adds a fragrant touch to the laddu recipe.
Sattvic food is incomplete without kheer made with sabudana. To make this kheer, wash the sabudana and soak it overnight. Then boil the milk and keep stirring. When the milk starts to decrease, add sugar, dried fruits and nuts. This will enhance the taste of your milk.
I like milk, a classic dessert made by cooking milk with spices like dried fruit, cardamom and saffron. This fragrant and creamy milk is served with sweet homemade malpua or jalebi.
To make this classic pudding recipe, just grate the lauki (bottled karla) and cook with some milk and sugar until it thickens, add some khoya or condensed milk and add dried fruit and nuts. Made with grated bottled karla, this sweet recipe is healthy and delicious.
This sweet recipe is perfect for any occasion, it can be given as prasad. To make it at home, take a smooth powder of kaju. In between, make a sugar syrup and add cashew powder to it, mix it well and add cardamom powder, saffron. Pour it into a tray and cut into small pieces.