- Carrot – 5
- Powdered sugar/Palm sugar-4 or 6 tbsp
- Coconut milk(Thin)/Thick Milk-1.5 cups
- Saffron-10 strands
- Dry fruits-Handful
- Ghee-4 tbsp
P.S: You can also add milk when the kheer is on stove top. But be sure to stir well continuously and switch off the gas in two minutes. If you prefer coconut milk,do not add when it is hot . It might curdle. The consistency is purely your choice. Add milk accordingly. But don’t make it too thick or too runny. I saved few dry fruits to garnish. You can also deep freeze to make ice cream/popsicle. I accidentally did it and it was too yummy. Adjust sugar according to your taste. You can skip sugar/palm sugar if carrots are sweet in taste and also for babies below 1 year. For babies below 1 year avoid dry fruits and saffron. Coconut milk can be given for babies. If you doubt its usage you can skip or reduce quantity or use diluted version. Have a word with your doctor and consider your family history of allergy. If you using palm sugar,be sure to have powdered and sieved well before use. Always have a word with your pediatrician before introducing a new food to your baby. If you use cow’s milk,use after boiling it well. Prefer a thickened version for babies below one year. I had used milk for soaking saffron and coconut milk to mix with the kheer in the above images.
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