Top 7 Sweet Dishes on the Occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi

Top 7 Sweet Dishes on the Occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh chaturthi is here, we have boughtbappa home. The dilemma we have to face now is what tasty Prasad bhog we canserve to bappa. He is fond of sweets and everyone wants to serve with mouthwateringweet.

Ganesh Chaturthibegins on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month Bhadrapada and is celebrated for 10 days. This year, it has began on September 10 and will end on September 21.

The dishes prepared during these 10-day are different according to place. Here are some bhog recipes to offer to the God.


Modak, a sweet dumpling dish made from flour, jaggery, and coconut, is one of Lord Ganesha'sfavourite dishes. Lord Ganapati is also known as 'Modakpriya'. There is a variety of modaks like chocolate, kesar, kaju, and khoyamodak, to serve as bhog toGanesha.


These sweet can be made very quickly with just 5 ingredients khoya, fresh coconut, ghee, sugar and cardamom powder. They are so tasty that they will disappear from the plate as soon as you make them. You can make them in the shape of modak also.


This sweet is made with lactic fermented curd and crushed dried fruits, will satisfy your hunger in the most delicious way. The meal is typically flavoured with saffron and cardamom and topping of almonds, cashew nuts, raisins, pistachios, and other dried fruits add extra taste.


This dish has the ability to satisfy your taste bud, Puran Poli is a popular bhog dish served to Bappa during Ganesh Chaturthi. This is deliciousbread cooked with chana dal and stuffed with jaggery, coconut, butter or ghee.


This traditional Indian rice dish is slow-cooked to perfection using basmati rice, whole milk, sugar, almonds, saffron, and cardamom, resulting in a thick, creamy kheer. It is also known as Kheer. Payasam is the name given to kheer in South Indian cuisine. It can be prepared with either milk or coconut milk. you can use sugar or jaggery as sweetners.


These are deep-fried dumplings made with maida or suji and stuffed with meva-crushed dried fruits, jaggery, and khoya, also known as Karanji, is enough to satiate the taste buds of those with a sweet tooth.


This classic Indian sweet is prepared with gram flour batter and sugar syrup. Boondiladoos come in two varieties. One has a smooth textured surface, while the other has a crisp, firm surface.Both of these ladoo versions are different because of the technique and consistency of the sugar syrup.