The Indian festival of “HOLI” is all about eating good food and playing with bright colors. Holi is a spring festival. It is also known as the festival of LOVE, festival of Happiness! I am away from home, and it’s been almost 10 years since I last played Holi. 10 years are indeed a long span of time, but I always try to make this festival special for my family—not with the colors, but with the colorful food.
A Holi without the sweet stuff (called ‘Mithai’) is incomplete! All of those who know about Holi would agree with me here!
In the momentum of coming celebration, and keeping the spirit alive, I have compiled a list of 15 Healthy & Modern Holi Recipes, which should help you to decide on what to cook this Holi.
All of these are the healthier versions of traditional Indian Sweets. Try these simple Holi Recipes. They would definitely make a huge place in your loved ones’ hearts. These sweets are just perfect to make this auspicious occasion so memorable!!!
Hope you will love these recipes! 🙂
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