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Agrawala Sweets

Established

Himayath Nagar
Agarwal sweets they are best known for the wide variety range of sweets and namkeens (salty snacks) that they offer. All the preparations are done in desi ghee and pure ingredients. The wide food range that they offer is economically suitable to all.

Ajmeri Kalakhand

₹ 340.00 (500 gm.)

Ajmeri Kalakhand is a classic. Also popularly known as milk cake, its main ingredients include milk, sugar, ghee, and cardamom powder.

Gond Laddu

₹ 330.00 (500 gm.)

Delicious Ladoo from Gond is made specially during winters. Gond ke Ladoo gives heat and energy to the body.

Gulab Jamun

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

Gulab jamun gets its brownish red colour because of the sugar content in the milk powder (khoya). In other types of gulab jamun, sugar is added in the batter, and after frying, the sugar caramelization gives it its dark, almost black colour, which is then called kala jam or "black jam". The sugar syrup may be replaced with (slightly) diluted maple syrup for a gulab jamun.

Plain Rasgulla

₹ 220.00 (500 gm.)

Rasgulla is a syrupy dessert popular in the Indian subcontinent and regions with South Asian diaspora.

Motichoor Laddu

₹ 330.00 (500 gm.)

Commonly offered as prasad, Motichoor Ladoo is a favourite festive treat across India. Admit it, once you start having it, you cannot just hold back at one.

Rasmalai

₹ 340.00 (500 gm.)

Ras malai or rossomalai is a dessert originating from the Indian subcontinent.

Besan Laddu

₹ 330.00 (500 gm.)

Besan ladoo (Besan ke Laddu) is an Indian dessert usually made during festive times

Dry Fruit Laddu

₹ 660.00 (500 gm.)

A power packed laddoo, filled with raisins, almonds, cashews, the list goes on.

White Kalakhand

₹ 310.00 (500 gm.)

This is one of the most scrumptious sweet in North and East India where milky white kalakhand are hugely popular.

Kesar Petha

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

A sweet that has been cherished and savoured by all in North India, the Petha remains a favourite even today.

Milk Mysore Pak

₹ 340.00 (500 gm.)

Mysore Pak is a South Indian recipe made using gram flour (besan), sugar and ghee. This dessert recipe is South India’s most iconic sweet and gets its name from its city of origin – Mysore.

Pan Petha

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

Petha is a translucent soft candy from North India.

Soan Patti

₹ 350.00 (500 gm.)

A lip smacking Andhra sweet made of wheat flour, ghee and sugar.

Bombay Halwa

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

soft and melt in the mouth is Karachi halwa which is also known as Bombay halwa.

Rabadi

₹ 310.00 (500 gm.)

Rabri (Urdu: ربڑی‬, IAST: Rābaḍī; Hindi: रबड़ी, Rajasthani: रबड़ी, Odia: ରାବିଡି) is a sweet, condensed-milk-based dish, originating from the Indian subcontinent, made by boiling the milk on low heat for a long time until it becomes dense and changes its color to pinkish.

Anjeer Kalakhand

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

Anjeer Kalakand (fig milk-cake) is a popular festive sweet prepared with milk, sugar, and figs.

Soan Papidi

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

Soan papdi is a popular Indian dessert.

Chandrakala

₹ 320.00 (500 gm.)

Chandrakala is a dessert from Northern India, similar to gujia

Ice Cream Burfi

₹ 340.00 (500 gm.)

The goodness of smooth and silky ice-cream in the form of a creamy Barfi comes together to give birth to this incredible Indian Mithai simply called “Ice-cream Barfi”.

Sugar Free Kaju Katli

₹ 650.00 (500 gm.)

Kaju Katli, also known as Kaju Barfi, is an Indian dessert similar to a Barfi. Kaju is the Marathi word for cashew.

Sugar Free Gond Laddu

₹ 500.00 (500 gm.)

Delicious Ladoo from Gond is made specially during winters.

Kaju Chocolate Ball

₹ 650.00 (500 gm.)

Chocolate treats made using cashew nuts and dates that you can enjoy guilt free.