Gajerela shake – Carrot halwa milkshake

carrot halwa milkshake

Being rated well in the blogging world is indeed a great deal. It is an evolving field, complex, complex, complex and a deep spiral… whichever way you look at it. One small lovely note, therefore, creates such a positive sense that none of us wants to miss. This recent one placing us 53rd on the Indian food bloggers list, therefore, was very cool.
That surely called for a celebration. Initially, I thought oh maybe bake a cake or get cheesecake or something. On second thoughts it is a ranking on the Indian board so I had to make something Indian inspired.
Oh bother!! we have a dental appointment. You know how they are for any foodie. Sitting waiting there, I was thinking, I have to have something sweet. ( I dare not let that dentist hear it, he might drill deeper) Having about an hour wait time helped me to conjure the dessert I wanted to have.

milkshake with carrots and cardamom
Carrot halwa shake

What stands between me and the carrot halwa today is the bite and time. So I had to make it quick and drinkable.
Carrot halwa is that traditional winter dessert loved by all. Now carrot halwa also makes some of the best fusion options. Though I have not put this recipe on the blog, I do have a special sweet tooth just for them. That cardamom and sweet cooked carrots are the key elements I want to carry forth. Of course, the creaminess of the milk will do the rest.
I have done this recipe with raw sugar for the kids and Stevia for us. Oh, I love this! now I can have this for breakfast and not look guilty at all.

carrot halwa milkshake
Still, have carrots left?

If you are like me, you will never come home with 2 or 3 carrots. So here are a couple more you can use them up in.
Carrot fries
Blanched Carrot salad
Kosambari
Carrot methi sabji

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Gajerela shake Yum
Carrot halwa milkshake
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Rating: 5
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 7 minutes
Passive Time 20 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 7 minutes
Passive Time 20 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Votes: 4
Rating: 5
You:
Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Clean wash and grate the carrot.
  2. Steam the carrots for 5-7 minutes and remove from the steamer.
  3. Allow the carrots to cool down completely.
  4. Into the blender add the steamed carrots, chilled milk, nutmeg, cardamom powder.
  5. Blend that into a smooth milkshake.
  6. Pour into tall glasses and share with family and friends.
    carrot halwa milkshake
Recipe Notes

If you like a more thicker shake, use evaporated milk.

Go sugar-free with Monk fruit or stevia.

 

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Vandana
Vandana
5 months ago

Awesome! I loved this unique recipe of yours. I have to try this. The photos are also very tempting. Thanks for this recipe

Lata Lala
5 months ago

Gajerela shake – Carrot halwa milkshake sounds so interesting. It’s a unique idea to make your family eat carrots in a different way.

Shailender sharma
Shailender sharma
5 months ago

There’s hardly anyone who hasn’t made gajar ka halwa…And there’s hardly anyone, who has ever though of turning it into milkshake. Just awesome

Sandhya Ramakrishnan
Sandhya Ramakrishnan
5 months ago

The name of the milkshake is enough to lure me to make this right away. Love Gajar halwa anything and this is such a quick and easy way to enjoy the flavor 🙂

Mayuri Patel
5 months ago

A very quick way to take care of the gajar ka halwa craving…awesome idea and recipe Seema. Its been ages since I last made a milkshake.

Vanitha Bhat
5 months ago

Wow!!! A new one! Brilliant way to get kids (and adults :D) to “drink” their carrots and be satiated with a carrot halwa kinda feel! Beautiful share dear! And like you rightly said, everyone has lots of carrots in their kitchen!

sapna
sapna
5 months ago

Wo wow gajreala milkshake looks insanely delicious. I could imagine the flavors.

sasmita
5 months ago

This is an awesome idea Seema. when in mood for milkshake , one should definitely make this gajerela shake. Love it to the chore…. I also prepared an ice cream using halwa long days ago. will try this

Hayley
5 months ago

Being a carrot halwa fan I can see myself gulping down this milkshake too, such a delicious and easy recipe to share.

Lathiya
5 months ago

Carrot halwa milkshake sounds interesting. This should taste amazing I’m sure. How fabulous we could drink carrot halwa in a drink.

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