Maharashtrian Sweets variety

Amrakhand: A fusion of Shrikhand and mango pulp, creating a luscious dessert with the goodness of ripe mangoes.

 Anarsa: Small, sweet treats made from rice flour and jaggery, deep-fried to a golden perfection.

Kharvas: A unique sweet dish made from colostrum milk, known for its custard-like texture and subtle sweetness.

 Poha Sheera: A quick and easy sweet dish prepared with flattened rice, ghee, sugar, and garnished with nuts.

Narali Bhat: A sweet coconut rice preparation, often enjoyed during the festival of Narali Purnima..

Puran Poli: A traditional Maharashtrian sweet flatbread filled with sweet lentil paste and flavored with cardamom.

 Kharik Ladu: Ladoo made from dried dates (kharik), desiccated coconut, and a hint of ghee.

 Naralachi Vadi: A delectable coconut and jaggery fudge, set into square or diamond shapes, offering a sweet and chewy treat.

 Puranache Dose: Thin, sweet pancakes made from a mixture of chana dal, jaggery, and coconut, providing a delightful combination of flavors.

Modak: These steamed or fried dumplings, stuffed with coconut, jaggery, and khoya, are synonymous with the Ganesh Chaturthi festival.