The festival of colours is upon us and your Holi mithai needs to fit into the colour memo. While we love a milky sandesh or a juicy ras malai every now and then, come Holi, we’re all about zhuzhing up our dessert trolleys with a host of pastels, neons and ombre.
From scarlet red wine laddoos to rainbow-coloured pethas and barfis, this Holi you can have some of the most colourful, authentic Indian mithai delivered to your doorsteps, just in time for your Holi bash. So, grab your Holi mood board and add these pop-coloured treats to your carts.
Bandar Mithai makes sweets and snackable savouries from Andhra Pradesh. Everything is made-to-order and delivered fresh and though the brand follows traditional recipes, you’ll also spot some fusion gourmet picks. Their Ghee Mysore Pak and Ghee Besan Ladoo are top-sellers. However, if you’re sorting sweet nibbles for a Holi party, go with some of their more colourful offerings such as Nalla Nuvvula Chikki (black sesame barfi), ice cream barfi or the pretty red Bombay Halwa.
Also don’t miss out on their selection of pickles, papads and podis.
Mridu Goel’s Bansiwala offers some of the most coveted Indian treats under one platform. So you can shop for Mathura’s mouthwatering pedas and achaari mathris along with Agra’s spicy aromatic dalmooths, all at one go.
Their delectable variety of pethas is unmissable. From emerald-hued Paan Pethas to pastel Angoori Pethas, these sweets are as vibrant as they’re indulgent and must be in attendance at your Holi party.
Shop the whole range here: https://bansiwala.co.in/collections/all
Arshya Aggarwal’s brainchild Nihira takes everyone’s favourite sweets and reimagines them with contemporary flavours. From Bubblegum Barfi to Red Wine Laddoo, their sweet creations are anything but boring. If you’re assorting gift boxes, Nihira’s Lavender Motichoor and Mojito Laddoo will win you major brownie points.