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Rice Halwa with Coconut SugarRice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

Rice Halwa makes for a simple yet delicious dessert. Rice is India’s major staple food and one of the best foods served to babies and kids. Its rich in carbohydrates and keeps them energized for longer time. Its gluten free, increases metabolism too. This halwa can be made easily during any festival when you want to serve best delicacies to your child without compromising on health factor.

This time to make rice halwa I’ve used coconut sugar. You can make the same with normal jaggery, palm jaggery or even with regular sugar. We had recently shared the benefits and details on Coconut Sugar here. Compared to regular commercial sugars these healthy alternatives are not only healthy but make the recipe tastier as well. Most of Indian festive recipes use jaggery and its varieties for the same reason. 

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Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar

Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar

Instant Rice Halwa with coconut sugar makes for a great healthy dessert option when the craving is instant.

Author:Kavitha prashanth
Recipe Type: Dessert
Cuisine:Indian

Ingredients

  1. Rice - 1 cup cooked
  2. Coconut Sugar - 1/2 cup
  3. Ghee - 2 tbsp
  4. Almonds - few chopped
  5. Cashewnuts - few chopped
  6. Dry Coconut - 1 tbsp
  7. Cardamom Powder - a pinch

Method

  1. Take a pan and heat little ghee. Add almonds and cashewnuts and fry them till golden brown and take it out in a bowl for further use. In the same pan add cooked rice.
  2. Add ghee and fry the mixture on low flame for 5 minutes.
  3. Take the fried rice add 2 tbsp milk and grind into a smooth paste. Add more milk if needed.
  4. Transfer the grind rice to the same pan and add normal sugar or coconut sugar. Stir well and mix to see the texture as below while the sugar or jaggery dissolves well to the mixture. This may take about 4 to 5 minutes.
  5.  Later add grated dry coconut and fried nuts to this mixture and mix again well.
  6. Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar is ready to be served

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Rice Halwa with Coconut SugarRice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

Ingredients

  1. Rice – 1 cup cooked
  2. Coconut Sugar – 1/2 cup
  3. Ghee – 2 tbsp
  4. Almonds – few chopped
  5. Cashewnuts – few chopped
  6. Dry Coconut – 1 tbsp
  7. Cardamom Powder – a pinch

Method

1. Take a pan and heat little ghee. Add almonds and cashewnuts and fry them till golden brown and take it out in a bowl for further use. In the same pan add cooked rice. 

Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

2. Add ghee and fry the mixture on low flame for 5 minutes.Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

3. Take the fried rice add 2 tbsp milk and grind into a smooth paste. Add more milk if needed.Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

4. Transfer the grind rice to the same pan and add normal sugar or coconut sugar. Stir well and mix to see the texture as below while the sugar or jaggery dissolves well to the mixture. This may take about 4 to 5 minutes.Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

5.  Later add grated dry coconut and fried nuts to this mixture and mix again well. Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

6. Rice Halwa with Coconut Sugar is ready to be served. 

Rice Halwa with Coconut SugarRice Halwa with Coconut Sugar for babies, toddlers and kids, dessert kannada hindi recipe

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