Dessert Made From Vegetable


Here are eight types of halwa made from vegetables, each offering a unique taste and texture, showcasing the versatility of vegetables in creating traditional Indian sweets:

Carrot Halwa (Gajar Ka Halwa)

Made from grated carrots, milk, sugar, and      ghee, flavored with cardamom, and garnished with nuts and raisins. It's a      popular winter dessert in India.

Beetroot  Halwa:  

Prepared similarly to carrot halwa, this version uses grated beetroot, resulting in a vibrant red dessert that's both sweet and nutritious. 

Pumpkin  Halwa:  

This halwa is made with grated pumpkin, milk, sugar, and ghee, flavored with cardamom. It's a delightful treat that's perfect for autumn. 

Bottle Gourd Halwa (Lauki Ka Halwa):   

Made from grated bottle gourd, milk, sugar, and ghee. It's a light and nutritious dessert, often flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts. 

Sweet Potato  Halwa:    

A sweet, dense dessert made from mashed sweet potatoes, milk, sugar, and ghee, flavored with cardamom. It's rich in flavor and texture. 

Squash       Halwa:    

Similar to pumpkin halwa, squash halwa is made from grated squash, milk, sugar, and ghee. It offers a unique taste and a creamy texture. 

Green Pea  Halwa:    

Made from pureed green peas, sugar, and ghee, this halwa is a seasonal delicacy, offering a sweet and slightly savory flavor profile. 

Zucchini      Halwa:    

Grated zucchini, milk, sugar, and ghee come together to create a unique dessert that's mildly sweet and incredibly soft.