100 Diwali Snacks Recipes

An awesome collection of over 100 Diwali Snacks Recipes! Diwali or not, these recipes from the best web-blogs will leave you drooling and craving for more!

100+ Diwali Snacks Recipes from Foodomania.com | What to make for Indian festival Deepavali - compiled by Kavitha Ramaswamy

It is 19th October, 2014. Diwali is in less than 4 days. Are you ready with the tastiest of snack dishes – waiting to celebrate the Indian festival of lights with your friends & family? Stalking food sites for traditional & modern recipes is one of my favorite pastime. And I’ve collected some of the best Diwali snacks recipes from all over the internet for you! These recipes may represent the kind of delicacies (especially deep fried ones) that are prepared across India. Some are quintessential to certain parts of the country while some are prepared by one & all. Either ways, all of these snack dishes are delicious and can be great addition to your menu.

Some have a shorter shelf life (like Medhu Vada or Bhajiya) while some last for 10-15 days (like Sev or Thattai). Most people choose to make snacks that last longer, so that sharing is easier and they can enjoy the same for a longer time.

So, without further ado, let us look at some amazing Diwali Snacks Recipes!


Diwali Snacks Recipes – from the best sources in the cyber world! 🙂


With this, I conclude my Diwali Snacks Recipes Roundup for 2014! Make sure you check out my Diwali Sweets Roundup for  loads of ideas on simple & delicious Indian desserts that you can make for this festival! This is the time for indulgence, so don’t shy away from a rich, creamy Rasmalai or a deep fried crunchy Thattai. Of course, if you are me – every day is a day for celebration and indulgence! 😛

I wish you all a very Happy Diwali! 🙂

I’d love to see how you celebrate the festival – traditions, food, celebrations -etc.!  Please do share your creations on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram!

One Reply to “100 Diwali Snacks Recipes”

  1. Very nice collection! Thanks for compiling. Happy Diwali!

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