Carrot Halwa
Carrot Halwa with condensed milk
Written by Jayashree
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Carrot Halwa made with condensed milk is tasty and easy to make. It reduces the time of cooking, thus a quick dessert can be made.

Holi, the festival of colours is round the corner. It’s one of the important festivals that celebrate the arrival of spring and nurture the spirit of brotherhood. Colours, sweets, snacks and whole lot of good friends to enjoy, what else do you need on this day? Here is Carrot halwa made with condensed milk for the festival.

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Carrot Halwa

Carrot Halwa

Carrot Halwa with Condensed Milk


  • 1/2 kg carrots
  • 1 tin condensed milk
  • 2 tablespoon ghee
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder
  • cashew and almonds
  • 1 teaspoon ghee


  • Wash the carrots. Pat dry. Grate them and keep them aside.
  • Take a thick bottom pan, add the grated carrot and roast it for five to seven minutes.
  • Put the condensed milk to it and let cook on a low flame. Keep stirring in between.
  • Once it thickens, remove from flame and add cardamom powder.
  • Roast the nuts in ghee and garnish it.
  • Serve hot.

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Carrot Halwa with Condensed Milk

Carrot halwa is a popular sweet that is delicious and makes a good festive treat. The sweet prepared with condensed milk is a quicker version and is equally tasty.

Course indian sweets, sweets, traditional sweets
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 8 servings
Author Jayashree


  • 1/2 kilogram carrots
  • 1 tin condensed milk
  • 2 tbsp ghee
  • 6-8 cashew and almonds
  • 1 tsp ghee


  1. Wash the carrot, scrub well, pat dry and grate them.

  2. Put oil in a pan, add ghee and roast the carrots for five to seven minutes.

  3. Add condensed milk to it and let cook on a low flame, keep stirring in between, otherwise it will get burnt.

  4. It should become dry and crumbly in texture, remove from flame and add cardamom powder.

  5. Roast the dry fruits in ghee and garnish the sweet.

  6. Serve hot.

Carrot Halwa

Carrot Halwa

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  1. jyo

    This is always irresistible 💯

  2. Shobha Keshwani

    This is the most popular dessert.. irresistible.

  3. Soma Mukherjee

    Nothing can beat the Gajar ka halwa for sure, my favourite desert forever, and your recipe with condensed milk looks so tempting😋😋

  4. theyellowdaal

    Carrot halwa on Holi is a yummy way to spend festivities😊😊 lovely post❤

  5. curryandvanilla

    All-time favorite dessert of all times!! Lovely share 🙂 🙂

  6. Drashti Dholakia

    Gajar halwa looks delectable :)) Perfect for festival occassions

  7. Priya Suresh

    I can a super huge bowl of this alluring carrot halwa without any fuss anytime, my sweet tooth are craving for this beautiful sweet.

  8. themadscientistskitchen

    Congrats on completing 4 years this is a great milestone. Gajar Halwa is my favourite sweet love this plate.

  9. Vidya Narayan

    During winters, a hearty bowl of gajar ka halwa is guaranteed to give you sheer joy and warmth. The quintessential winter dessert and one of my favs. I have never tried with condensed milk and use sugar but hopefully next time, will definitely give it a try.

  10. Priya Satheesh

    I just love this sweet with Ice cream… But I never tried using condensed milk. Will try soon. Thanks for sharing such a tempting sweet 🙂

  11. simplysensationalfood

    I love carrot halwa it’s one of my favourite desserts served with vanilla ice cream. Your shortcut way of making it with condensed milk is so good and definitely quickens the cooking process.

  12. Jagruti

    You know what on in my wedding menu we had Gajar Ka halwa 🙂 Classic dessert can be eaten warm or cold.

  13. Uma Srinivas

    I know carrot Halwa made with condensed milk will be very tasty. Before i went vegan I use to do like this. Perfect for any occasion.

  14. Sushma

    One of my favorite dessert, looks soo delicious.

  15. sapana

    I love carrot halwa to the core, always wish if someone could grate the carrots for me then I can make it.

  16. Swati

    Gajar Ka Halwa looks delicious and loved that you used condensed milk for this recipe. Will try it

  17. Bhawana

    carrot halwa with condensed milk taste superb. Good point is no need to add sugar, creamy and so mouth watering.

  18. Lathiya

    All time favorite..with a scoop of Ice cream tastes heaven

  19. mayurisjikoni

    Congrats on completing 4 years. Its been ages since I’ve made some gajar halwa. Would love to try your version of using condensed milk.

  20. Lata Lala

    The winter season favourite gajar halwa is a must cook at my place too. The idea to use condensed milk definitely speeds up the tedious process of making it with milk.
    Thanks for sharing Jayashree.

  21. Batter Up With Sujata

    Congratulations on completing 4 years of blogging. Carrot halwa looks delish. I always make carrot halwa with milk. Next time I will try your version with condensed milk. A perfect festive delight.

  22. Rafeeda - The Big Sweet Tooth

    Carrot halwa is my favorite during the cold… I love how your halwa looks so delicious… Would love to grab a bowl…

  23. Sandhya Ramakrishnan

    Carrot halwa is a must for winter when we find the juicy red carrots in market. This is such a simple and delicious recipe. I am so tempted to make some now for sweet craving!

  24. cookingwithsapana

    Carrot halwa is favorite winter dessert and making it with condensed milk is such a quick way and nice idea.



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Hello and Welcome to my blog! I am Jayashree from India. An enthusiastic blogger, with a zest for life.  I believe in living life to the fullest.

Cooking has been my passion. I have always loved to try new recipes.  Writing has been a feel good factor and extremely  loving it. With these two passions of mine, my culinary blog was born. Read More…


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