10 Must-Try North Indian sweets

Gulab Jamun

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


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


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


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


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.


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


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


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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