Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

Nov 05, 2018, 12:19 IST
  • Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

    Jelly Sandwich: We love our jelly on ice cream; now the boring old kaju katri gets a jiggle with jelly stuffed in between.

    At: Nagrik Stores, Munshi Estate, SL Road, Mulund (W)

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  • Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

    Anda Pak: This seasonal sweet has been prepared at Suleman Mithaiwala for almost 25 years but very few are aware of it. And those who do, can't seem to have enough of it. A rare offering, this is prepared only during winter but will be available for pre-order during Diwali. Anda Pak combines the power of eggs, ghee, dry fruits, mawa and is prepared especially to help people beat the winter.

    At: Suleman Mithaiwala, Mohammad Ali Road, next to Minara Masjid

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  • Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

    Vegan Chocolate Bliss Balls: Made with vegan ingredients, this is not just a healthy but tasty option too. Expect a lot of tiny chocolate-y surprises in this treat.

    At: Vegan Bites, Khatijabai Chawl, opposite Deepak Talkies, Elphinstone Road (W)

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    Choconut Barfi: Believe us, the Choconut Barfi is love at first bite. The crunchy nuts dipped inside the barfi are simply amazing.

    At: D Damodar Mithaiwala, Harganda Mahal, Khodadad Circle, Dadar TT

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  • Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

    Rose Cake: This sweet dish is a perfect example of beauty in simplicity. There are no special ingredients nor is a special process involved, what makes this dish that combines the essence of rose so great is the love with which it is made. Don't trust us? Go, indulge.

    At: Murlidhar Sweets and Farsans, CS Road, near Save Nagar, Dahisar (E)

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  • Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

    Baked Yoghurt: With yoghurt taking over dessert stores, why leave the Diwali sweet behind? Opt for this baked variety of yoghurt, mixed with the goodness of dryfruits.

    At: Icing on Top, opposite Hira Mistan Sweet Shop, Masjid Bunder

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  • Diwali 2018: Top 8 offbeat Diwali sweet treats Mumbaikars can indulge in

    Almond Toast: The goodness of almonds, baked with very little amount of sugar, the Almond Toast is a perfect option for those conscious about their sugar levels.

    At: Chheda Dry Fruits, Bhanu Jyoti, LN Road, opposite Matunga Railway Station (CR)

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    Date Cookies: Goodness of dates served as cookie, this vegan treat is another healthy option for the festive season.

    At: Vegan Bites, Khatijabai Chawl, opposite Deepak Talkies, Elphinstone Road (W)

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Diwali - The festival of lights is incomplete without sugary indulgences, as mithai-binging hits the roof. A look at some of the most unique preparations at Mumbai's sweet shops that are bound to leave the sweet-toothed asking for more

 

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