Halloween 2023: 7 homemade Indian sweets with a spooky twist

Are you ready to add an Indian twist to your Halloween celebration? Explore these unique and delicious homemade Indian sweets with a spooky spin!

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Ghoulish Gulab Jamun

Transform classic gulab jamun into spooky eyeballs by adding a candy iris. Use rose syrup for extra bloodshot effect.

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Witch's Fingers Jalebi

Turn jalebi into witch's fingers by shaping them like elongated digits. Top with almond slivers as creepy nails.

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Witch's Brew Payasam

Serve payasam in cauldron-style bowls. Garnish with gummy worms and plastic spiders for a spooky touch.

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Pumpkin Laddoos

Create pumpkin-shaped laddoos using orange-hued besan and ground nuts. Add black sesame seeds for Jack-O'-Lantern features.

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Mummy Barfi

Wrap your favorite barfi in thin strips of edible white fondant to resemble mummy bandages. Add chocolate chip eyes for effect.

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Vampire Halwa

Craft halwa bites into vampire fangs using almonds. Drip raspberry syrup for the bloodthirsty look.

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Spiderweb Jaggery

 Make jaggery spiderwebs by drizzling melted jaggery onto a greased surface, then peel off and place atop your sweets.

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