How to make healthy carrot pudding (Halwa) recipe

How to make healthy carrot pudding (Halwa) recipe

Carrot Pudding (Halwa) is a popular dessert in North India. Make it taste like decoction in the decoction and enjoy red carrots in winter. Khoya can also be mixed in this method.
Carrot pudding (Halwa) is one such dish that is very famous in North India and people mostly like to eat it in winter. You can make restaurant-flavored carrot pudding (Halwa) with this recipe. Raspberries and red carrots are available in winter.

If you come to Delhi anytime between the months of November and February, you will find carrot pudding (Halwa) at every dessert shop to eat very easily.

Today we will share with you the recipe of Carrot Pudding (Halwa) filled with milk. The taste may be slightly different from the restaurant’s taste.

The difference may be due to the way the carrots are cooked. Generally, in restaurants, carrots are boiled in water in a cooker or pan. We are using milk instead of water to make the taste of the halwa even more delicious and different.

Carrot Pudding (Halwa) Recipe
  •   1 Liter Milk Full Cream
  •   3/2 Cup White Sugar
  •   2 Tsp Desi ghee
  •   50 Gms Khoya
  •   15 Number Cashew nuts
  •   4 Number Green cardamom
  •   1 Kg Carrot

Nutrition Facts

Carrot Pudding (Halwa) (Gajar Halwa) RecipeAmount per serving                     Calories 827                               Calories from Fat 180
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 20g                                         31%
Saturated Fat 10g                                   50%
Polyunsaturated Fat 2g
Monounsaturated Fat 4g
Cholesterol 46mg                                     15%
Sodium 383mg                                       16%
Potassium 1617mg                                    46%
Total Carbohydrates 151g                           50%
Dietary Fiber 10g                                   40%
Sugars 133g
Protein 17g                                        34%
Vitamin A11                                        29%
Vitamin C                                          35%
Calcium                                            54%
Iron                                              12%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


  1. Let’s start with cutting and tightening the material.
  2. The carrots have to be tightened in long pieces. Cut cashews into pieces. Take out the seeds inside the cardamom and keep it aside. We do not want the top part of the cardamom. Tighten the khoya in long pieces and keep aside.
  3. Now put milk in a large bowl or pan. Now boil it on high heat.
  4. When you see it boiling, slow down the stove. Now add carrot and cardamom seeds. Keep stirring it continuously so that it does not burn.
  5. It has to be cooked until the milk dries completely.
  6. After about 45 minutes of cooking, the milk will dry completely. Now add sugar to it and reduce the heat of the stove.
  7. Mix it well. Cook it on high flame continuously and keep stirring.
  8. Cook it on high heat until the milk and sugar water dries well.
  9. After adding the sugar, we have cooked it for 25 minutes. Now the milk and sugar water has almost dried out.
  10. Now add desi ghee, cashew nuts, and khoya. Now mix it well and cook for 2 minutes.
  11. Now after 2 minutes, turn off the stove. Your delicious milk pudding is ready. Serve it hot and enjoy eating.
Carrot Pudding (Halwa) Recipe

Storage and Serving Suggestions

It will take time to make carrot pudding, but when you eat it, you will feel that you have not wasted any time at all. Everyone in your family will like it very much. I hope you all make it and enjoy eating.


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