Any Indian festival or religious ceremony is simply incomplete without Sweet Boondi. Boondi or Bundi is tiny sweet round balls made with chickpea flour, turmeric (for color), and soaked into sugar syrup. This is considered to be favorite snack of Lord Hanuman and often offered as Prasad (In Hinduism, Prasad is devotional offering to god, later shared by devotees) in temples.
While it has a religious significance, it is also very popular in India, Sindh and Nepal as a sweet. Kids really love this as a snack and it pairs very well with Bikaneri Bhujia (A savory snack).
200g (approx 10.5 x 4 cm round container)
Gram Flour, Sugar, Saffron, Almond Slices, Pistachio, Ghee, Turmeric, Dried Rose petals
Contains Milk (or milk based products), and Tree Nuts
5-7 Days. It can be consumed even after that, but Boondi becomes dry and it does not taste as good as a fresh box.
Divine Bites does not use any artificial ingredients or colors in any of the products. The actual product color might differ slightly due to the ingredients.