Beetroot Halwa

Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
No cooking involved
2-3 persons

This is a raw form of halwa. Yes! No cooking involved. For many, raw halwa may be novel idea but it surely is a great way to up the intake of raw veggies and nuts. This sure tastes as good as the cooked version.


● Beetroot: 2

● Honey or Jaggery: 3-4 tsp

● White coconut shredded: ¼ cup

● Cardamom powder: 1 tsp

● Nuts of your choice: ¼ cup (Almond, Cashews, or crushed peanuts)


● Clean the beets and finely chop in chopper.

● Remove the extra water from the chopped beetroot.

● Mix honey, nuts and chopped beetroot together.

● If the above mix is little lose then add coconut powder on it.

● Mix well. Press into a steel plate or container. Refrigerate the mix for a while.

● Delicious beetroot halwa is ready to serve!

Eating guide:

  • Food group: Nuts & Veggies
  • Best time to eat: After or as part of a meal. These 2 food groups can be combined with other food groups easily, except that of fruit.Or in evening as snack.

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09:48 PM | 22-12-2018

Another version is to steam beetroot and then grate it. Instead of honey one can use raw sugar also.


05:32 PM | 20-12-2018

How can I post pictures here?


05:15 PM | 20-12-2018

Tried it, was delicious even without a sweetener. Added some walnuts

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