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Top 10 Edible Gifts For Diwali

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Dry Fruits Diwali is a joyous festival when people exchange greetings to show their presence in each other’s life. Exchanging edible gifts at this festive time is one of the highlights of this festival. Here are some edible gift ideas for your friends this Diwali.

 

 


 


Dry fruit basket

Gifting a dry fruit basket is one of the best ideas to show your affection to your loved ones. Dry-fruits hampers are available at all sweet shops and supermarkets. Try creating a personalized basket by buying individual dry fruits and decorating it nicely.

 


Cookies                                                                                                                             Edible gifts        

Biscuit and cookies are a good gifts Diwali. Shopkeepers keep a wide variety of gift hampers with a wide price range, pick one that suits the budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Gulab Jamun

Edible gifts Indian festivals are synonymous with sweets. Diwali is the perfect time to treat your friends with Gulab Jamun, a  brown colored ball made from maida dough dipped in sugar syrup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edible gifts

 

 


Fruits basket

Diwali usually comes when winter season approaches in northern India – a time when you can find lots of fruits in the market. During Diwali time, fruit vendors make hampers of fruits in all sizes and prices and are a perfect gift for your health-conscious friends.

 

 


Ladoos

Edible giftBesan, boondi or suji ladoos are also another great edible gift ideas for those who do not want to spend too much on sweets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Barfi                                                                                                                                   Edible gifts

People are fond of sweets especially barfis and a wide variety is available at all sweet shops. Doda, Kaju and Khoya barfi are one of the few mostly bought during this time. Gift your friends a sweet hamper this Diwali.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chocolates


Chocolates

Chocolates appeal to everyone’s sweet tooth – so what can be a better occasion than Diwali to gift it? You can get decorative chocolates at any confectionery shop or grocery store. Diwali chocolate hampers and corporate chocolate hampers are also available for those who want to boost their business relations with sweetness this Diwali.

 

 


Juices                                                                                                                           Edible gifts                                                                                    

Fruit juice gift hampers is a good gift choice this Diwali. Both kids and grown-ups like drinking fruits juices in beverage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Wines

Edible giftsPresent wine along with sweets to guests. Pick wine according to prefrred taste. Wine gift hampers are easily available in all big grocery stores.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Namkeens

While sweets make Diwali joyous, namkeens add the salt to enhance enjoyment.Edible gifts Another great edible gift idea for those who do not have a great sweet tooth. Gift chakli, chevda, aalu bhujia, Rajwadi Dalmoth, Chana Jor Garam, Moong daal, Bikaneri Sev etc are some examples.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Try these top 10 edible gifts for Diwali this season.

 

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15 Comments

Rashmi Ambadkar's picture
I would always prefer to gift chocolates and fruit juices to my friends..
barbecue's picture
fruit juices and gulab jamuns are best options!
Anonymous's picture
You can even try handmade delicacies such as gajar ka halwa or mysore pak.
Anonymous's picture
Yummy.....my sweet-tooth started tickling .....after seeing theses pictures
Anonymous's picture
Last year, I also made an assortment of baked goodies and these were much appreciated by family and friends.
Manjira's picture
Dry fruits have become a boring gift! the rest are good
sumer raheja's picture
even i feel that dry fruits are old tradition.......however rest of them r really interesting!
Anonymous's picture
Sweets... that is what makes Diwali so special for me each year.
colorfulcandies's picture
very informative article
Anonymous's picture
Thanks for those luscious Gulab Jamuns...my vote goes to them
kornika's picture
Gifting cookies is a good idea! Thanks.
Rahul.Chef.and.Writer's picture
super ideas
Gourmet.lover's picture
Diwali celebrations are truly incomplete without sweets, fruits, and namkeens. must-gift items for sure!!!
chockyfoodie's picture
Indeed super ideas.
Teisha's picture
Gulab jamun...yummmm!!