The carrot halwa recipe that i'll share today is very healthy as i have used very little oil/ghee and have completely skipped using condensed milk and khoya.Instead of sugar,i've used sugar free.The other ingredients remain the same.
Smart Tip to Grate Carrots
If you find it difficult to grate the carrots,you can simple cut the peeled carrots into  small pieces and blend them in a mixer or blender without adding any water to make a coarse paste.

Grated Carrots-6(Washed and peeled)
Milk-5 cups
Slivered almonds-4-5
Cardamom-2 crushed
Vegetable oil/ghee-3 teaspoons
Sugar free powder-2.5 teaspoons
-Grate the carrots and keep them aside.
-In a pan put3 teaspoons of oil and add the grated carrots to it.Keep stirring till the raw smell of carrots is gone and the water from the carrots is dried.
-Now slowly add milk to the cooked carrot and mix well.Cover the pan and keep stirring occasionally till the milk starts boiling and is completely reduced.
-Now add suger free and mix properly.
-Turn off the flame.
-Take another pan and add 1/2 teaspoon of ghee and fry the cashew nuts and raisins.
-Add the fried cashew and raisins to the carrot halwa and mix gently.
-Garnish with slivered almonds on top.
Healthy and yummy carrot halwa is ready.

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