Diwali is right close to the mark and what’s an ideal time to make making your own Indian sweets? However, to be able to enjoy the celebrations it is important to not get your health in a bad way. This Diwali is a great time to prepare some nutritious dry fruits sweet recipes at your home?

The CuredCare have reached out to nutritionist and dietitian Avni Kaul to get the scoop on three healthy desserts made from dry fruits. Avni Kaul says that the recipes are delicious and healthy!

Recipe for Dry Fruits Barfi at your home

Dry fruits barfi is a tasty sweet that is made with figs dates, pistachiosand almonds as well as cashew nuts and walnuts. The recipe is easy to prepare and combines the many advantages of anjeer as well as other dry fruit and nuts.


1 teaspoon of dates (seedless)
One cup dried figs
1/4 cup of Pistachios
1/4th cup cashew nuts
1 cup whole almonds
1/4 cup of walnuts
1 tablespoon of milk
1 Tbsp of Ghee


1. To begin making the dry fruit barfi you’ll first need all of your dry fruits and nuts to be chopped finely.
2. Then roast the pistachios almonds, cashew nuts and walnuts with ghee until they the nuts are lightly golden, and release a fragrant scent. Set aside the roasted nuts.
3. Cover a square pan with aluminum foil and set it in a safe place.
4. Mix the crushed dates as well as the figs in 1 tablespoon of milk until they are smooth.
5. Then, cook the paste in a wok that is non-stick for 5 minutes or so until it changes colour until it turns golden and well cooked.
6. Keep stirring for 2 minutes until the sauce disappears from the sides of the pot.
7. Add the dry fruits that were roasted and blend them into the date fig mix.
8. Pour the mixture of dry fruits in the pan. Smooth it out well.
9. Allow it to rest until the mixture has completely cooled and has firmed up slightly.
10. The dry fruits should be cut into equal pieces. Barfi into equal sizes, preferably square ones. Store in an air-tight container. Enjoy it with snacks or any other time!

Don't let dry fruits go to waste!
Don’t let dry fruits go to waste! 

Learn you can make Kaju Katli from jaggery at your home

Diwali is not complete with out Kaju Katli. They’re thin and smooth and the slices of cashew delight melt in your mouth! Did you also realize that cashews don’t contain cholesterol and are also packed with proteins, healthy fats, and antioxidants?


One cup cashews
Half cup powder of jaggery (in the place of sugar)
5 tbsp of water
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 teaspoon chopped rose petals


1. The cashews should be crushed until they are in powdered form.
2. Make use of a flame that is low to warm jaggery powder as well as the water inside a nonstick Kadai.
3. In the while prepare a plate with grease and keep the paper of butter in the refrigerator.
4. Once the jaggery powder is dissolved in the water you can add the cashew paste. There is no consistency to the syrup of jaggery needed. Just let it dissolve in water before proceeding by completing following step.
5. Mix, and then continue to stir the mixture of cashews non-stop with the flame at a low level.
6. The cashew mix would start to become more spongy.
7. Cook the kaju mix for about 7-9 minutes until the entire dough begins to form.
8. Remove the whole chunk of Kaju dough out of the pan, and place it on the work surface, or in a bowl or on a plate.
9. Incorporate the rose petals and coconut oil into the cashew mix.
10. Once the dough’s heat has cooled down enough that it can be handled in a proper manner and then you can knead the cashew and cashew mixture gently.
11. The dough should be flattened, and put the dough on top of a sheet butter paper or greased plate.
12. Place the butter paper on top. Then, using the help of a rolling pin, gently roll the dough on all sides until you have reached the thickness of 3 to 5 millimeters within the dough.
13. Remove the butter paper and allow the dough to cool.
14. Once the dough is completely cooled, you can employ a sharp knife cut the dough into the form of diamonds or squares.
15. Take care to remove the Kaju barfi with the butter knife.
Serve the Kaju Katli immediately or store it in the airtight containers!

Consume dried fruits in moderate amounts.
Consume dried fruits in moderate amounts. 

Here’s how you can create Dry Fruits Laddoo for Diwali

This nutritious Diwali recipe is healthy and delicious and is prepared by using dried fruits without any fat-based or sugar-based oils and Ghee! This recipe is enhanced with the advantages from jaggery!


1-cup chopped date
3 tablespoons of almonds
2 tablespoons of raisins
2 Tbsp cashews
8 dried figs
1 tablespoon of desiccated coconut
2 green elaichis


1. First, roast the almonds in a pan until they turn brown.
2. Continue to stir the almonds at intervals. It is possible to lightly roast the almonds. Set aside the almonds.
3. Cut dates and figs into small pieces.
4. You’ll need one cup chopped dates therefore, measure the amount and keep the dates aside.
5. Then, you can gently crush the pods of cardamom with the mortar and pestle. Take the peels off and crush the seeds in a fine manner. Save it for later.
6. In a blender, grinder or mixer-grinder mix the chopped dates, figsand cashews raisins, almonds desiccated coconut, as well as the finely powdered elaichi.
7. Mix the almonds with the roasted.
8. Mix until it is a fine powder and spread on the surface of a plate or tray, or place the mixture into the bowl.
9. Create small-sized balls with your hands. Your dry fruit laddoos are now ready.
10. Serve them freshly or keep their contents in the fridge.


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