Gujiyas are the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of Holi. While the traditional gujiyas made of mawa are great, other innovative variations of this sweet dish will make you want to try one right away.

1. Chocolate Gujiya

You can tweak the traditional Holi recipe and give it a complete makeover. Sweet gujiyas made of maida and filled with a mixture of khoya and chocolate chips topped with freshly made chocolate syrup will satiate our never ending desire for chocolates.

You can find the recipe here.


2. Bhaang Gujiya

Holi seems to be incomplete without bhaang. You can include it in your sweet dish by adding bhaang into the filling along with khoya.

You can find the recipe here.


3. Nutella Gujiya

Nutella goes well with everything. And yes, it can be used as a filling in gujiyas too. You can enhance the richness of the traditional holi dish by adding nutella to it.

You can find the recipe here.


4. Jam Gujiya

Jam isn’t just meant for spreading on bread. If you wish to make this sweet dish more sweeter, you can try filling the gujiya with jam. 

Find the recipe here.

5. Mix fruit Gujiya

If you are looking forward to giving a healthy twist to gujiyas, you can choose to make the filling using a mixture of fruits. Apart from providing nutrition, fruits will also impart natural sweet taste to the dish.

You can find the recipe here.


6. Halwa Gujiya

An interesting approach to make gujiyas can be to use any halwa, like suji halwa, gajar halwa and moong daal halwa for the filling. 


7. Paan gulkand Gujiya

You can try giving gujiyas a touch of Bihar and UP by using paan and gulkand for the filling. The fragrance of these gujiyas will make you want to eat them again and again.

You can find the recipe here.


8. Rabdi Gujiya

Rabdi enhances the taste of every sweet dish, be it malpua or gulab jamun. Rabdi gujiya is made by dipping the traditional gujiya into rabdi.


9. Anjeer Gujiya

Anjeer gujiya is a classic dessert that needs to be a part of your fancy Holi dishes. Chopped dry fruits along with a lot of anjeer are used to make the filling of gujiyas.

You can find the recipe here.


10. Apple Gujiya

Apple gujiyas are yet another variant of traditional gujiyas. Chopped apples are used along with khoya and dry fruits to make the filling for gujiyas.

You can find the recipe here.

Which one do you choose, this Holi?