5 Remaining Recipes You Can Make With Diwali Gifts

5 Remaining Recipes You Can Make With Diwali Gifts

The morning after Diwali can be lazy! After all, it’s a realization that a long, festive vacation is coming to an end, and we all have to get back to working life. But what can last for a long time to come are Diwali food leftovers like sweets, dry fruits and chocolates, which you don’t know how to use. But maybe we can help! Here are some of the remaining creative recipes that you can make using Diwali gifts.

To help you out, Health Shots reached out to dietitian Vidhi Chawla of the Fisico Diet Clinic, who shared some recipes made with leftover Diwali food.

Chawla says, “Every year right after that Diwali You are left with a lot of leftovers in your fridge, there will likely be a few laddos, besan ladoos etc. It can be boring to get the same treats straight for 3 or 4 days. So, find the solution here.”

Here are the remaining 5 recipes that you can try:

1. Bizan Lado Paratha


Leftovers next to the sink
3/4 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons of oil
salt to taste

Make sure to prepare paratha the healthy way! Image courtesy: Shutterstock


Step 1: Mix whole wheat flour and all-purpose flour. Add some salt with the water and make a paste.
Step 2: Crush the washbasin residue next to the fill.
Step 3: Make dough balls as needed and roll them into chapatti.
Step 4: Stuff the besan crumbs into the chapati and roll it up again.
Step 5: Roast the chapati on a low heat.

Serve it hot with ghee!

Read also: Leave the leftovers alone, please! Eating stale food can make you lazy

2. Leftover milkshakes


Leftover candy like Barfi
Hill Sprinkle
1 cup milk
A few strings of Caesar’s


Step 1: Crumble up leftover candy or parfait. Crumbled sweets are whipped with milk.
The second step: add a pinch of cardamom to it.
Step 3: Decorate the milkshake with a little Caesar’s twine.

Made it cold.

3. Bondi Lado Khair


2 3 Relics of Bondi Ladus.
4 cups of milk
1/2 tablespoon nutmeg powder
chopped walnut

Leftover recipes
Follow this recipe to prepare Bondi Ladu Khair. Image courtesy: Shutterstock


Step 1: Boil the milk in a saucepan.
Step 2: Simmer and reduce flame.
Step 3: Add the crumbled Bondi to the milk.
Step 4: Bring the milk to a boil and simmer until the mixture is creamy and thick.
Step 5: Add the nutmeg powder and chopped nuts.

Serve hot or cold depending on your requirements!

Read also: Here’s how I used my leftover kitchen ingredients to pamper my skin

4. Horse Chat


1 horse bowl
A bowl of roasted chickpeas
1 bowl of puffed rice
2 tablespoons onion
1 tablespoon tomato
1 green pepper, finely chopped
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon chaat masala
1 tablespoon fine sword
1 tablespoon finely chopped coriander leaves
1 sweet potato, finely chopped


Step 1: First, put 1 teaspoon of mustard oil in a frying pan. Next, heat it up and then fry the fluffy rice, kale, and chickpeas.
Step 2: Next, cut the onions, tomatoes and coriander leaves. Also, cut the potatoes and boil them.
Step 3: Now you have to take the fluffy rice, kale and chickpeas in a bowl and put boiled potatoes, onions and tomatoes in it.
Step 4: Next, add the salt and chaat masala on top and mix well. Then also add green chili and soft sage to it.
Step 5: You can serve this chaat like this but to make it spicier you can mix green chutney or sweet chutney in it.

4. Motichoor ladoo no-bake cheesecake


To make the crust you will need:

10 digestive biscuits
2 tablespoons melted butter
1/2 cup condensed milk

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Indulge in this amazing no-bake cheesecake without any guilt. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

to fill

2 to 3 collapsed Lados Motors
1500 ml of yoghurt
2 cups shna
1 cup condensed milk
1 tablespoon of vegetable gelatin
12 cups powdered sugar


Step 1: Put the biscuits in a bowl after crushing them and turning them into a coarse powder. Add the melted butter, condensed milk and milk.
Step 2: To make the cheesecake base, press this mixture firmly into the springform cake pan. To make sure it holds tight, keep it in the refrigerator.
Step 3: Take the suspended milk in a bowl to use as a filling. Condensed milk and chenna should be mixed well. Shrink one piece from the Muscle Basin and mix.
Step 4: Add gelatin to the filling ingredients, and stir well when it dissolves in a little water.
Step 5: Pour over the biscuit base, flattening the top. Deploy two extra monsters on top after it collapses.
Step 6: To set, store in the refrigerator.
Step 7: After it is well set, cut it into slices and serve.

Right after Diwali when you open the fridge, there is no need to panic about how to finish the sweets and snacks. Instead, try the remaining recipes mentioned above and enjoy!

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