Do you like sweets? This article is penned for you!
Sweets! Ah! It is just delicious. The moment you see/hear the word “sweets”, your mind starts recalling the beautiful moments you cherished with your loved ones. Indians have an undefined craze towards sweets and desserts compared to people from foreign countries.
Sweets are the symbol of happiness and joy. Sweetie pie is served first to delight the hearts and tummies of the guests. It is been the food culture that is being followed generation after generation in most functions and special occasions.
We, Indians have a culture of welcoming our guests with Vanakkam and a sweet salad. The fondness for sweets by Indians can’t be expressed in words. It is an emotion mixed with memories.
Sweet as a food
Sweets are never meant to please the tastebud. Instead, it is an intake to have good health. Yes! Desserts and sweeties are savored as a starter. Reason? Apettite is the sole reason behind it. It is being said that you must eat to the fullest.
What if, your hunger isn’t quite enough to have a meal? In the end, you will experience hunger pangs at the wrong time. If you haven’t been hungry, you can’t consume. Did you know? Sweets ignite your starving and hunger which helps you to consume your stomach full.
Also, consuming sweetie pie before/after your food meal aids in good digestion.
Calories are good
It is not just a sweetener, it is a food parallelly, until/unless you consume it at a requisite level. There is another fact that you look into. It is a supplement for weight gain. Lol! This is ain’t a fun fact anymore. Generally, sweets have higher calories. A sweet day can help you gain weight. It is never a sweetie pie, it is how you consume it.
What’s your pick?
I think it’s enough of feeding general information about a sweetie pie. I can understand your emotions and resistance level of holding your tastebuds’ request for sweets. Okay! Let’s jump to the context that you were waiting to walk through.
Is your wishlist empty? Cool. For damn sure, this article will fill up your wishlists with many sweets.
What’s your most authentic sweet? North Indian or South Indian? Both! I hope that would be your reply to the question you read. I know you are so mad at me for stalling your time with questions.
Alright! Finally, we are going to explore your favorite sweetie pie that you ever craved.
The Famous Indian Sweets
Cashew fudge, your mind would have visualized a diamond sweet. The fudge is so good. Yep! It can be called the King of all sweets. A king visits his people once in a while. Likewise, Kaju Katli is savored by most people once in a blue moon.
The preparation, the cake, the shape, and whatnot! Everything makes up Kaju Katli the most loved sweet of all time. Kaju Katli is so special, that is been served on special occasions. There are no strict rules.
If your tastebud is craving it, then go for it.
We know you have been waiting for this sweet. Mysore Pak, the authentic sweet of Mysore, will steal your taste buds the moment you savour it. It melts! It is always the melt-in-the-mouth sweet.
If you like to savour sweets with more ghee, then Mysore Pak is a delicious sweet for you. The Pak sweet’s shape, texture, and softness make you get addicted to savour every time you wished to have some sweetie pie.
What can you relate to Laddu? Please don’t say “Chota Bheem”. Lol! You start to remember the delicious balls bound by tiny sweet bhoondies. This sweet is very famous and it is a staple sweetie in every function you can name it.
Laddu has a fan base starting from kids to elderly people. Just the way you bite, you love tasting nibble by nibble. What are you waiting for? Go and have some laddu to make every bite more delicious.
Jelabi has a special texture that no sweet can own it. The sweet’s colour is blended with yellow, orange and golden. Jelabi dipped in sugar syrup is just mouthwatering. The spirals of sweetness, crispiness and hotness of Jelabi do wonders in every bite.
Unlike other sweets, Jelabi can be savoured as a snack. The preparation style is different and that makes it a special one to savour anytime.
In Tamil, it is beautifully called Paal Kova. The sweet is infused with milk and sugar. Milk Khoa has cult followers. It has a special space in the snack box. The sweet is so delicious that you always wish to have it whenever you had a chance. Have you ever tasted it? If you haven’t please give it a try.
I hope you have filled your wishlist with some of the famous Indian sweets. So what next? Savouring those sweetie pies will be your prior wish that your mind commands you to do it. Where are you planning to shop the delicious sweets? Aroma Bakery is one of the famous mittai shops where you can shop Mysore Pak, Laddu, Milk Khoa, and Jelabi. You can also shop sweets online by placing your order at Aroma Bakes.