Mixed Fruit Halwa


For the day 3 of this week's edition of BM #17, I made use of the near rotting fruits in my fruit basket. I added in some milk powder to get the 'halwa' feel rather than a 'jam' feel. 


It was near guilt free as I used the natural sugars of the fruits and used very little ghee as well.


Here are two more halwa recipes from the past two days..
Red Pumpkin Halwa and Orange Honey Halwa.


Ingredients - 


Apple peeled, cored and cubed 1 cup
Banana sliced 1 cup
Pear 1/2 cup
Grapes handful
Almond Meal 1/4 cup
Milk Powder 1/2 cup
Sugar 5-6 Tbsp
Custard Powder 1 Tbsp
Milk 1/4 cup
Ghee 1 tsp
Mixed Fruit Halwa


Method Of Preparation -


Puree the fruits adding milk as needed. Mix in the almond meal and milk powder as well.


Pour into an over sized microwave safe container. Microwave it on high for about 12-14 min in 2 min intervals stirring in between.


Add in the sugar and ghee. Mix the custard powder in the remaining milk and add it to the simmering mixture in the microwave.


Continue microwaving until the halwa comes together as a single mass. Since I didn't add too much ghee, it was sticky but delectable.


Remove from the microwave and let it cool.


Garnish with roasted nuts of your preference.


Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 17. 
  
Linking it to Srivalli's 'Microwave Easy Cooking', guest hosted by Priya.


Preparation Time 35 min
Makes 1 cup

13 comments

  1. Chitra Says:
  2. looks very delicious and healthy version of halwa with lots of fruits...love it:)

     
  3. Suma Gandlur Says:
  4. That's an interesting blend. I don't mind snacking on Kissan kind mixed fruit jam alone. :)

     
  5. ANU Says:
  6. wow this is awesomely healthy halwa...wow u rock girl!

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  7. Usha Says:
  8. Interesting ingredients.. Looks good!

     
  9. what an interesting combo of fruits - must be yummy

     
  10. Akila Says:
  11. Sounds great

     
  12. Delicious Harini..

     
  13. Priya Says:
  14. Irresistible halwa, even am adding milk powder nowadays in my halwa or kheers..Hope you wont forget to send them to MEC am hosting for this month.

     
  15. Srivalli Says:
  16. That's pretty cool..

     
  17. Sangeetha Says:
  18. Very delicious halwa...lovely combo of fruits...good one!Spicy Treats

     
  19. Satya Says:
  20. very unique...halwa looks very tasty

     
  21. PJ Says:
  22. Delicious halwa.Looks tempting...

     
  23. Looks irresistible. I am bookmarking this!!!!

     
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