What could be better than receiving a box of homemade Mithai on Diwali? A box of chocolatey Mithai!

Indian festival is incomplete without sweets. This Diwali, the noise of firecrackers can be replaced with the sound of nuts being chopped and seasoned on aromatic ghee-fried sweets in your kitchen.

Hershey India urges you to celebrate this Diwali responsibly with your loved ones by trying your hand, at Hershey’s traditional recipe of Choco Sev Barfi, a lip smacking recipe curated by Chef Ranveer Brar especially to make this multi day festival extra special.

This festival, enjoy the traditional sweet recipes with a chocolatey twist with your loved ones and let only the sound of laughter echo inside your homes.

1. Hershey’s Choco Sev Barfi


• 120 grams feeka mava

• 40 ml HERSHEY’S Chocolate Flavored SYRUP

• 20 ml water

• 80 + 40 grams feeka sev

• vanilla essence

• Dry fruits slivers for garnish (almonds, pistachio)

Equipment Needed:

• 1 Saucepan

• 1 mixing bowl

• 1 cake pan


• In a pan, add feeka mava, HERSHEY’S Chocolate Flavoured Syrup with water and heat.

• Add 80 gm of sev, vanilla essence and mix well to form a thick mixture

• Turn the heat off and remove it in a bowl, add the leftover sev, set in a square 6-inch ring mold

• Garnish with dry fruits slivers.