Makhan mishri is super easy to make. To prepare this offering for Lord Krishna, all you have to do is churn white butter and mix mishri and it is ready! You can also add some chopped dry fruits if you want to.
Another popular prasad, dhaniya panjiri is extremely popular in North India. This unique offering is a flavourful combination of coriander powder, powdered sugar, ghee, dry fruits and mishri. This dhaniya panjiri tastes sweet and delicious.
The peda is one of the most popular mithais in Indian cuisine; peda is also a popular offering to Lord Krishna. This sweet is prepared using mawa, milk, ghee, cardamom powder and sugar. The simplicity of this mithai is what makes it so delicious.
The creamy rabdi is one sweet that impresses almost everyone. This creamy sweet makes for a delicious offering to Lord Krishna. All you need is milk, dry fruits, and sugar and you’ll enjoy a thick and decadent sweet at home.
Who doesn’t love kheer?! Well, it seems like Lord Krishna also enjoyed this delicacy. Kheer is also an excellent offering to impress the God on Janmashtami. This milky pudding is a combination of rice, milk, sugar, fry fruits, kesar and cardamom powder.