Indian Birthday Party Sweets, Mithai
Birthday Party Sweets
Can there be any celebration without sweets? Of course, not! In our culture, sweets are very closely intertwined with celebrations, and rightly so. They simply delight the palate and warm your heart, setting the right mood for any celebration, be it a birthday, anniversary or a success to be celebrated.
Depending on who your party is for (kids or adults) and your family’s culture, you can go for any number of sweets.
Some people settle for one or two sweets as desserts, while some people want a minimum of five sweets in the spread! So, it all depends on what you are used to.
If you are going for just two sweets, try to plan for one traditional and one innovative option. Say, the Besan Ladoo and Mango Kheer, Mohanthal and Strawberry Cheesecake, or Gulab Jamun and Orange Sandesh.
Mohanthal, Traditional Gujarati Mohanthal Mithai
For kids, try to go for dry, non-messy sweets that are easy to handle like Almond Coconut Bars, Homemade Cinnamon Rolls and Rose Barfi.
Of course, kids love Fudge Fingers even if it means a few stains on their dresses!
Almond Coconut Bars, No Bake
Adults always love kheers, halwas and barfis with a rich traditional taste.
Woo your guests with rich treats like the Kaju Kopra Sheera, Anjeer Halwa, Rasagolla, Gulab Jamun and Jalebi! Chocolate Sheera and Mixed Fruit Sandesh are traditional options with a flavourful twist that always goes down well with guests of all age groups..
Kaju Kopra Sheera
Sweets do not always take too long to make. You can offer your guests a wide choice of sweets without sweating it out in the kitchen.
Try the Malai Barfi, Quick Rose Sandesh and Mawa Anjeer Barfi!
Take your pick from our interesting range of party sweets…
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