10 Must-Try North Indian sweets

Gulab Jamun

Deep-fried milk-solid balls soaked in sugar syrup, often flavored with cardamom and rose water.

Rasgulla

Soft and spongy cheese balls cooked in sugar syrup, originating from West Bengal.

Jalebi

Crispy, deep-fried swirls of batter soaked in sugar syrup, known for their vibrant orange color.

Barfi

A dense milk-based fudge available in various flavors like pistachio, almond, and coconut.

Rasmalai

Soft paneer (cottage cheese) dumplings soaked in sweetened, thickened milk flavored with saffron and cardamom.

Sohan Halwa

A rich and dense halwa made from wheat, sugar, ghee, and nuts, popular in Punjab.

Peda

Soft, sweet, and flavored milk fudge often topped with pistachios or saffron.

Balushahi

Flaky and crunchy deep-fried dough discs dipped in sugar syrup, similar to a glazed donut.

Ladoo

Round sweet balls made from various ingredients like besan (gram flour), semolina, or coconut, often served during festivals.

Gajar Ka Halwa

A classic winter dessert made from grated carrots, milk, sugar, and nuts, flavored with cardamom.

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