First day: Modak is very dear to Lord Ganesha. In such a situation, offer Modak to Ganpati Bappa on the first day of Ganesh Utsav. Bappa will soon be happy with this.
Second day: Motichoor laddus are also very dear to Lord Ganesha. In such a situation, it is best to offer Motichoor laddus to Lord Ganesha on the second day of Ganesh Utsav.
Third day: Vighnaharta Ganesh also likes gram flour laddus. Therefore, offer laddus on the third day of Ganesh Utsav.
On the fourth day: Offering banana to Lord Ganesha is considered best. Therefore, include banana fruit in the Prasad on the fourth day of Ganesh Utsav.
Fifth day: According to religious belief, Lord Ganesha also likes Makhana Kheer. In such a situation, offer them Makhana Kheer as Prasad on the fifth day.
Sixth day: In Hindu religion, coconut is used in worship, yagya, havan etc. Coconut is also distributed and eaten as Prasad. In such a situation, offer coconut to Bappa on the sixth day.
Seventh day: Offering jaggery during worship is considered very auspicious. This is a traditional offering which is very much liked by Lord Ganesha. In such a situation, offer ghee and jaggery to Bappa on the seventh day.
Eighth day: Lord Ganesha loves modak and laddu. In such a situation, apart from Motichoor and gram flour, you can also offer Mawa laddus on the eighth day.
Ninth day: Delicious sweets like Kalakand and Khoparpak made from milk are also very dear to Gauri's son Ganesha. In such a situation, offer sweets made of milk and ghee to Lord Ganesha on the ninth day.
Tenth day: There is great importance of 56 bhog in Hindu religion. In such a situation, offer 56 offerings to Bappa on the tenth i.e. the last day of Ganeshotsav if possible, otherwise you can offer fruits or laddus.