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Healthy Dessert Recipe: Vegan Gajar Halwa

  By Vanessa Luis  posted Dec 1st 2013 at 7:00AM IN | Avg Rating
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If you are health conscious or are calorie counting, then try this healthy vegan gajar halwa. Carrots are packed with vitamin A, K, C, potassium, manganese, vitamin B6 and  phosphorus, which are essential for healthy skin, hair and eyes. This video provides a step by step guide to making vagan gajar halwa.

The traditional gajar halwa is a combination of milk, nuts, sugar, ghee and grated carrots. It is known to be a light nutritious dessert as it contains carrot but the fats and carbonates present in it makes this a calorie rich dessert too. There are about 268 calories in 300 grams of regular gajar halwa.

But this vegan gajar halwa is very healthy as it has no dairy products, ghee or mawa. This healthy combination of ingredients accounts for lesser calories than your traditional gajar halwa.  If you are health conscious or are on calorie counting mission, this vegan gajar halwa may be a good dessert option for you. But most of all, if you you’re vegan and want to try an amazing Indian dessert than you should surely try this one.

The following video provides a step by step guide to make vagan gajar halwa. All you need is cashews, pistachios, cardamom pods, melted jiggery and carrots. This recipe takes about 30 minutes and is very simple once you watch the video.







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