Diwali is a hit among the children. Even the adults are a fan because the lights, brightness, and happiness it brings along. With firecrackers bursting everywhere and the shops and markets overflowing with all kinds of lighting, we often forget about diyas. Diyas are earthen lamps which are lit in the houses during Diwali. It lends a beautiful aura to the house as the entire household gets lit up by the diyas. However, have you ever given it a thought that the mirth and excitement of Diwali could be doubled and tripled with the idea of having the diyas and eating them too? Yes, these are the much coveted edible diyas. Wondering where to get these from? You can make them at home itself.
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Diwali, chocolates, and diya go hand in hand. How about mixing it all up? You can now surprise your loved ones with chocolate flavored diya. They are obviously delicious for the chocolates and are healthy as well as it contains nutrients as well. So this Diwali, your kids are going to love you a little more when they get to gorge on the diyas.
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These are the ones made of almonds and are a healthy dessert option this Diwali. We all know about the nutrient content of nuts, and needless to say, it is as tasty as we can imagine it to be. With almonds, brown sugar, raisins and saffron, this edible diya made of badam is a must have this Diwali.
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Many sweets in India are made of coconut. This Diwali, bring light and happiness to the lives of your loved ones with coconut diyas. With grated coconut, condensed milk, cardamom powder, and almonds, this is very easy to make and is equally great to taste.
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Cookies are loved by kids. How about getting the cookies made into diya shapes? You can easily find diya shapes cookie cutters which will help you get the cookie shapes perfect to the T. So, this Diwali is definitely going to lighten up the moods of your kids.
So, bring your loved ones closer this festival of lights and let’s celebrate love with edible diyas.