Suji Halwa is usually made with wheat semolina, sugar, and ghee or butter or vegetable oil. Raisins, dates, other dried fruits, or nuts such as almonds or pistachios are often added to semolina halva. The halva is very sweet, with a gelatinous texture similar to polenta; the added butter/ghee gives it a rich mouth feel.
Rasmalai, also known as Rossomalai, is a dessert originating from the Bengal region in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent. The name ras-malāi is the Hindi cognate which comes from two words in Bengali: rōś, meaning "juice", and mālāi, meaning "cream". It has been described as "a rich cheesecake without a crust".
Sweet Boondi is an Indian dessert made from sweetened, fried chickpea flour. Being very sweet, it can only be stored for a week or so. Sweet Boondi has a special significance in the north India, where its consumption increases many times specially on Tuesdays, as it is offered to Lord Hanuman as prasad.