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Energy-Boosting Carrot Milkshake Recipe

Shwetha Bhat is passionate about food and cooking. She loves to experiment in the kitchen and share recipes from her native Indian cuisine.

Carrot milkshake

Carrot milkshake

Carrot Milkshake

Carrot milkshakes are not only healthy and tasty, but they're easy to prepare, too. Kids and adults alike will love this drink.

Carrots are a rich source of fiber, which helps regulate blood sugar levels. Carrots are also a great source of vitamin A and beta carotene, helpful for bone strength and eyesight.

Cook Time

Prep timeReady inYields

5 min

5 min

1 serving

Ingredients

  • 1 carrot, washed
  • 2-3 almonds
  • 1-2 cashews
  • 1/2 walnut
  • 1/2 cup milk, boiled and cooled
  • 1 teaspoon jaggery (optional)

Instruction

  1. Wash and chop off the ends of the carrot and grate.
  2. In a mixer jar, add almonds, cashews and walnut. Grind to a fine powder.
  3. To the same jar, add grated carrot, milk and jaggery. Close the lid and blend to a smooth paste.
  4. Filter into a cup or bowl.
  5. Serve and enjoy.
Wash and chop off the ends of the carrot.

Wash and chop off the ends of the carrot.

Grate the carrot

Grate the carrot

In a mixer jar, add 2-3 almonds, 1-2 cashews and 1/2 walnut.

In a mixer jar, add 2-3 almonds, 1-2 cashews and 1/2 walnut.

Grind the nuts to a fine powder.

Grind the nuts to a fine powder.

To the same jar, add the grated carrot.

To the same jar, add the grated carrot.

Add 1/2 cup of milk and 1 teaspoon of jaggery. Close the lid.

Add 1/2 cup of milk and 1 teaspoon of jaggery. Close the lid.

Blend to a smooth paste.

Blend to a smooth paste.

Filter the milkshake into a cup or bowl.

Filter the milkshake into a cup or bowl.

Discard the residue.

Discard the residue.

Serve and enjoy!

Serve and enjoy!

For toddlers you can serve in a sippy cup.

For toddlers you can serve in a sippy cup.

Cooking Notes

  • Always use fresh carrots in this recipe.
  • You can replace jaggery with sugar or honey (avoid sugar and honey for babies below one year).
  • For babies below one year, breast milk or formula milk can be used.