Who doesn't love oriental sweets?! This Eid holiday, enjoy an array of oriental sweets to satisfy our cravings. We all love to gather in Eid to enjoy its vibes with our family and friends, especially with eating desserts and food together. So, we gathered for you the best oriental sweets that you will absolutely love. Just scroll down to see 13 oriental sweets you'll truly enjoy devouring during the Eid holiday. 

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1. Kahk

Kahk is the tastiest traditional dessert that is associated with Eid celebrations. There are many types of kahk with different fillings, such as a sweet, nutty mixture made with pistachios or walnuts, and many other things. What is good about kahk that they are enjoyed by people of all ages, and Eid is not Eid without them.

2. Petit four 

Petit fours are another yummy traditional desert that we all wait for Eid to eat. They come in a variety of flavors and designs, that are perfect for sharing with family and friends. Get ready to eat the best petit four by following this recipe.

3 . Balah El Sham

- 1 cup of water  

- 1 cup of flour  

- 1 Tbsp of oil  

- Pinch vanilla  

- Pinch of salt  
- Syrup
 Get to know the steps of the recipe from here 

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4. Om Ali

1 Pack of puff pastry or mille-feuille 

4 Cups of Whole Milk 

3/4 Cup of Sugar 

1/4 Table Spoon of Salt

1 Cup of Crushed Almonds, Hazelnut, and Pecans

3 Table Spoons of Raisins 

3 Table Spoons of Flaked Coconut
Cinnamon (if needed)

2 Cups of Cream

 Get to know the steps of the recipe from here 

5. Zalabia

Nothing beats the crunchy and sweet taste of zalabia. It's the best dessert choice for Eid gatherings. Do this recipe and enjoy the yummiest zalabia with your family.

6. Caramel Date Cookies


Cookie layer

White flour (205 g)

⅓ cup dates, pitted & soaked (100 g)

3 tbsp full-fat milk

Date caramel

⅓ cup peanut  butter (60 g)

1 cup dates, pitted & soaked (120 g)

4 tbsp milk

1 tsp vanilla extract

½ tsp salt

Chocolate layer

1 cup dark chocolate (about 150 g), melted


Almonds, crushed


Get to know the steps of the recipe from here

7. Eid biscuits 

We all wait for this moment to wake up on the first day of Eid and have our coffee or tea with our favorite Eid biscuits; that mix is like heaven. So, get your delicious biscuits ready with this recipe.

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8. Kunafa with Nutella 


- 1/2 kilo Kunafa

- 5 tablespoons of butter

- A jar of Nutella chocolate

- 1 tsp of sugar

- Syrup for the Kunafa

  Get to know the steps of the recipe from here

9. Stuffed dates

For those who like dates, here are some creative ways to enjoy eating your dates during Eid. What is good about this recipe is that it is so easy that it doesn't take any time, so you can do it with your family when you gather for Eid as a fun activity.

10. Sweet Goulash Rolls


- 1 pack of goulash

- Cool syrup 

- An good amount of crushed nuts

- 1/3 cup of melted butter

  Get to know the steps of the recipe from here

11. Chocolate Truffles with dates


14 medjool dates, pitted

1/2 cup nuts (any kind)

3/4 cup finely ground nuts

1/4 cup cocoa powder

1 teaspoon vanilla

1/2 teaspoon salt

Cocoa, sprinkles, and flaked coconut for topping

 Get to know the steps of the recipe from here

12. Kunafa Rolls



- 1/2 kilo kunafa  

- 2 cups butter  

- 2 cups syrup

- Filling (nuts or you can replace it with cream)
  Get to know the steps of the recipe from here

13. Baklava 


- 1 phyllo dough package (leave it to defrost at room temperature)

- 2 cups walnuts, chopped

- 1/2 cup melted butter (for the walnuts)

- 2 cups of melted butter (for the phyllo)

- 1 cup sugar
- 2 Tbsp cinnamon

- 2 cups of sugar

- 1 cup of water

- 2 Tbsp lemon juice

  Get to know the steps of the recipe from here