Indian snacks is one of the most important parts in an Indian culture. It has been well-known for its unique and different specialities that almost everyone liked it especially the kids. Generally, you have seen that children feel hungry at regular times of the day, so it’s just like a boon for mothers to satiate hungry pangs of their kids as it hardly takes time to cook.

The Indian snacks can also easily available outside, such as on the streets, in the shops and in the restaurants at very low-price. Hence, if you’re going for a shopping or any other work, then for your appetite, it’s always there for you. Today, we are sharing some Indian snacks that can be easily available anywhere and can be prepared at home as well as.

Here’s the list of 10 Indian snacks, which are up for any time:



Whenever we hear the name of this tasty treat, our mouth gets filled with water. The bit-sized crispy samosas are filled with spicy aloo. Served it with coriander and tamarind chutney.

Bhel Puri


A simple spicy snack with a light crunch! It’s one of the popular street snacks, which is so tasty that when you start munching, it’s often difficult to stop. You can add ingredients according to your choice. But, out of them, the two remain always same that are puffed rice (murmura) and fine Sev.



Indian Donuts! A North-Indian classic dessert, available at every sweet shop. It’s flaky from outside and very soft from inside. This is a perfect sweet for any special occasion.



The famous snack made from semolina (suji) and many other ingredients. Generally, it’s a breakfast snack comprising of many vegetables like carrots, beans and many more.



One of the favourite snacks of everyone with so many ingredients. People love to have Poha as it’s very light breakfast including onions, mustard seeds, curry leaves, fine Sev and you can add many more according to your taste and choice.

Wheat flour Ladoo (Aate ke Ladoo)


The rich and healthy sweet with so many nuts. It’s commonly made in every household with some variations. A few ingredients are used, but the texture and taste is amazing!

Bread Paneer Rolls


Bread Paneer Rolls is a great snack and a tasty compliment for breakfast and afternoon tea. It’s a very easy and quick recipe to make.

Batata Vada


A deep fried savoury snack made with a spicy potato mix. At the time of serving, they are crisp from outside and soft from inside.

Gram Flour Fudge (Besan ki Barfi)


A light, candy sweet dessert made with roasted gram flour with cardamom and garnished with nuts. It can be served any time of the day.

Gram Flour Sev (Besan Sev)


A crisp and crunchy Indian snack, having with afternoon tea. You can make it in bulk as it remains fresh for months.