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Honey Foods

Established 1993

Uma Maheshwara Rao
Kukatpally,
Tapeswaram Kaja,
Honey Foods is one of the famous sweet shops in twin cities.It was established by Mr.D.Uma Maheshwer Rao.He first started his business in his hometown Tapeswaram in 1992. He later shifted the business to Ameerpet, Hyderabad in 1994 which was Inaugurated by film producer Daggubati Suresh Babu. Later, the shop was shifted to ECIL road,kapra and was Inaugurated by famous actress Jayaprada and the then Member of Legislative Assembly V.V.S.S Chowdary.Third Branch was opened in Tapeswaram in 2005.

Ajmeri Kalakhand

₹ 270.00 (500 gm.)

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

Kaju Pista Roll

₹ 600.00 (500 gm.)

Kaju means Cashews and Pista means pistachios. basically a cylindrical shaped indian mithai recipe prepared from powdered cashews and pistachios.

Dry Fruit Laddu

₹ 590.00 (500 gm.)

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

Sunnunda Laddu

₹ 270.00 (500 gm.)

Minapa Sunnunda Laddu (Urad Dal Ladoo) is a delicious Indian recipe served as a Dessert.

Besan Laddu

₹ 280.00 (500 gm.)

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

Mysore Pak(Oil)

₹ 190.00 (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.

Milk Mysore Pak

₹ 270.00 (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.

Jalebi

₹ 140.00 (500 gm.)

Jalebi, also known as zulbia, is a sweet popular food in some parts of South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and East Africa.

Jhangri

₹ 200.00 (500 gm.)

Imarti is an Indian sweet. It is made by deep-frying vigna mungo flour batter in a kind of circular flower shape, then soaked in sugar syrup.

Kaju Burfi

₹ 600.00 (500 gm.)

Kaju katli, also known as kaju barfi, is an Indian dessert similar to a barfi. Kaju means cashew.

Kova Puri

₹ 200.00 (500 gm.)

Kova Puri is a sumptuous sweet enjoyed in all parts of the country.

Kaju Pakam

₹ 600.00 (500 gm.)

Kaju Pakam is a hot favourite snack from Andhra which is prepared only with three ingredients i.e. cashews, sugar and ghee. It is very easy to make and tastes super delicious.

Kaju Guava

₹ 600.00 (500 gm.)

Kaju Guava is made with dry fruits and khova in the shape of Guava fruit.It resembles a guava with green and pinkish color inside as in guava fruit.

Kissmiss Kalakhand

₹ 530.00 (500 gm.)

Kissmiss Kalakhand is made with khova and dry fruits.It has a long shelf life.Since it is dry in texture it can be stored for long durations.

Mysore Pak(Ghee)

₹ 270.00 (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.

Nuvvula Laddu

₹ 160.00 (500 gm.)

Nuvvula Laddu is an easy to make sweet recipe using sesame seeds and jaggery(gud). In this laddu sesame seeds contain calcium and jaggery contains iron. Beside being tasty, it also helps arthritis people.

Khova Billalu

₹ 240.00 (500 gm.)

Khova Billalu is made with Khova into round coin shaped sweets.They have a long shelf life.It is consumed during festivals due to its size and quantity wise is more when compared to other sweets.

Kaju Ajmeri Roll

₹ 600.00 (500 gm.)

Kaju Ajmeri Roll is made with figs,cashew nuts and other dry fruits which gives energy when consumed.It is has long storage life due presence of dry fruits. Cashews along with figs give lot energy to the body.

Gormiti(Sugar)

₹ 170.00 (500 gm.)

Gormiti is a traditional sweet made in Andhra Pradesh. It is made with refined flour and sugar.Specially made on festivals,it liked by children as they taste good and easy to eat because of it small size.

Khova Peda

₹ 240.00 (500 gm.)

Kova Peda is mainly offered as offering to gods when visiting place of worship.It also given as gift due to large quantity of pedas when weighed on a weighing scale because of the their small size and light weight.

White Kalakhand

₹ 240.00 (500 gm.)

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

Bobbatlu 10 pcs

₹ 220.00 (500 gm.)

Puran poli, also known as ಹೋಳಿಗೆ in Kannada, bobbatlu in Telangana & Andhra Pradesh is an Indian sweet flatbread from many regions of India as evident by the names below.

Tapeswaram Kaja

₹ 220.00 (500 gm.)

Tapeswaram Kaja is a traditional sweet made in Andhra Pradesh during festivals.It was originally made in tapeswaram, hence it got the name

Ganesh Laddu 1kg

₹ 300.00 (500 gm.)

Ganesh Laddu specially made for Ganesh Festival to be offered as Prasad for the Ganesh Idol.It is made with ghee and boondi specifically for it be placed on the palm of the idol .

Pootharekulu(10 Pcs)

₹ 235.00 (500 gm.)

Pootharekulu or Poothareku is a popular Indian sweet from Atreyapuram, East Godavari, India.