#SayNoToSoanPapdi: Let's Ditch Them & Gift Better Sweets Instead

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It’s still Diwali season and the first thing that comes to our minds synonymous with Diwali is “SoanPapdi”. It is the most cliche sweet for gifting during Diwali. Every year our kitchens get filled with colorful plastic-wrapped boxes of SoanPapdi, now come in different flavors like chocolate, orange, strawberry begging for our attention, So let’s break the chain this Diwali and “Say No To Soan Papdi”.    

Say cheers to other Mithaai

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Be different, and gift differently! Don’t let other varieties feel left out. They also want you to eat them, Don’t just stick to meetha besan. Its time to move on, move on to better things, better mithai’s.

Diwali season is an infinite papdi loop

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Diwali is a non-escaping loop of Soanpapdi giftings. No one eats, everyone just passes it on. There will come a time when Soan Papdi will be declared as the national sweet of Diwali.

It leads to unnecessary wastage

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Every year on average we receive 5 boxes of Soanpapdi. Even if we try we cannot eat it all, and it gets wasted. So let us not waste food and try gifting things that can be consumed and used optimally.

The Mighty "Kaju Katli"

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Here are a few mithai options that you can gift other than Soanpapdi:   “Resisting to the taste of Kaju- Katli is the most difficult thing ever”- as confirmed by anonymous sources. Well, this is something all of us can agree to. Kaju-Katli is hands down the most delicious mithai human race can ever taste. 

The all-rounder "Motichoor Ke Laddoo"

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Laddoos trigger the nostalgia within when we talk about mithai. Motichur laddoos have the most heavenly taste, once you have one, it just gets impossible to stop.

Besan ke Laddoo

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Besan ke laddoo are the most popular and tastiest laddoos, they have an amazing taste and just dissolves in your mouth on the first bite. Made with gram flour, dry fruits, ghee and lots of love.

Dreamy Makkhanwada's

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The dreamy makkhanwada’s come from Rajasthan, they are fried balls dipped in sugar syrup and they taste heavenly. Makkhanwaa’s are moreover considered as royal sweets because of their rich taste and culture.

Dry Fruit boxes

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Dry fruit boxes are one of the healthiest things you can gift on Diwali. Just mix a variety of dry fruits and pack them with love. We bet everyone will love it and it is easily available in stores.
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