Winters seems to be a pleasure to many. The joy lies in the fact that people choose to sit at home and eat more. Some do not even wish to move to their kitchens due to laziness. So they lay on their beds and get to eat! These traditional sweets Of India can be heaven found in winters.
But how to make it happen? Well to that question, Indian kitchen Masters have all the ways that help to get more energy by preparing storable food with many different warm delicious recipes and enjoying the winters with their families. These traditional sweets are not only delicious but are also famous for keeping your body warm and providing a good dose of energy.
1. Gachak or chikki
The most famous chikki in winter is always enjoyed after all meals.
Chikki’s main ingredients have flavors and healthy living formulas. These are made up of jaggery peanuts, sesame seeds for making it a tasty dessert.
2. Til laddu
Another famous traditional dessert made with jaggery, roasted sesame seeds, and crushed peanuts.
Laced with cardamom which makes the til ladoos comfortable to pass winter well and healthily. Til Ladoos are made with many dry fruits which provide nutrition and also boost immunity in chilled winters.
3. Gond ke laddu
This is one of the traditional laddoos which are especially known as an immune booster medicine for pregnant ladies on new mothers to make them strong internally, but this is not only for the pregnant ladies on new mothers.
Anybody could have it as its ingredients like melon seeds, sugar, and dry fruits, and wheat flour are quite healthy for everybody in the house.
This is the most famous winter stored food of north India. Panjiri is made with wheat flour which is mixed with ghee, sugar, makhana, gond, month, and several nutritious dry fruits like almonds, cashews, raisins, and seeds like melon, pumpkin seeds, watermelon seeds to make a delicious mixture.
It generates heat in the body and keeps you warm during winters. It also boosts immunity and keeps seasonal infections like colds and cough away.
5. Atta Pinni
Atta Pinni is a traditional Punjabi dish the most popular during winters. It is prepared with wheat flour, ghee, sugar and has a melt-in-the-mouth texture.
Pinnies can be made two ways either made like barfis or like laddoos, but taste equally good. Many people also make Pinni with jaggery instead of sugar to give the mithai a healthy touch.
These winter mouth-watering delightful desserts can make you healthy as well as strong from within.