This Eid Try Some Different Kheer Recipes

India is a country where each and every festival is enjoyed with utmost zeal and happiness. Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the most joyous festivals of India is celebrated at the end of the month of Ramadan with lots and lots of sweet dishes like homemade Sheer Khurma for one. Named as Mithi Eid, is the day we keenly wait for after doing fast for the whole holy month. The festival witnesses the feast of different sweet cuisines and is a symbol of togetherness and spreading brotherhood in the hearts of everyone.

As the religious period of celebration is coming ahead in 3 days, we are here with some different kheer recipes that you can try out to make the festival a bit more sweet and flavourful.

Some Unusual Kheer Recipes To Try This Meethi Eid

1. Carrot Kheer Recipe

Carrot Kheer

Prepared with carrots, milk, and almonds, the Carrot Kheer is a must in all festive seasons. Here is the recipe:

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes

Cooking Time: 30 Minutes


1. Red carrots- approx 400 gms, peeled and grated (approx 1 1/2 cups)

2. Milk- 3 1/4 cups

3. Water- 1/4 cup

4. Almonds- 10, soak in hot water for 15 minutes and peel

5. Sugar- 1/3 cup + 1 tbsp

6. Cardamom powder- 1/2 tsp

7. Ghee- 1 tbsp

8. Pistachios or cashew nuts- 6-7

9. Saffron- few strands, soaked in a tbsp of warm milk (optional)


1. Take a pan and heat ghee. Add grated carrots and stir on a low-medium flame for around 7-8 minutes. Pour a cup of milk and let the carrots absorb the milk for a while. Turn off the flame and keep it aside.

2. Take the cooled carrots and mix them with almonds and 1/4 cup of water. Grind the mixture.

3. Transfer the mixture back to the pan and add remaining milk to it. Cook well for 3-4 minutes.

4. Start putting sugar, cardamom powder, and saffron milk. Stir the mixture gently, do it until the sugar dissolves entirely.

5. Turn off the flame, your carrot kheer is ready to be served in bowls or glasses.

2. Sweet Corn Kheer Recipe

Sweet Corn Kheer
Corns are best suited for a milky stuff as well. Try out this unusual sweet corn kheer this Eid to delight the taste buds of your guests.


1. 1 cup sweet corn

2. ¼ cup ghee

3. 1 cup sugar

4. pinch of salt

5. 500 ml milk

6. ½ tsp cardamom powder

7. 2-3 saffron strands, soaked in a little milk

8. 10-15 chopped nuts (almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios)


1. Make a coarse paste of sweet corn with no water added.

2. In a vessel, heat some ghee and add the paste into it. Saute for around five to ten minutes.

3. Add milk and let it cook properly. Add sugar after the milk gets boiled.

4. On a low flame, add salt and boil the mixture till it gets thick.

5. When done, add cardamom powder, saffron milk, and fine chopped nuts.

6. Stir for five minutes and turn off the flame. Enjoy the hot sweet course.

3. Kaddu ki Kheer Recipe:

Kaddu ki Kheer

This Indian dessert has got the richness of pumpkin and almonds, which is healthy and sweet at the same time. Check out the recipe below:

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes

Cooking Time: 25 Minutes


1. 11/4 cups peeled and grated white pumpkin

2. 2 cups full fat milk

3. 1 tablespoon ghee (clarified butter)

4. 4 tablespoon sugar

5. 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder

6. 5-6 saffron strands

7. 3-4 almonds, finely chopped


1. Grate the pumpkin and squeeze out all the water.

2. Heat ghee in a heavy-bottomed pan and add the grated pumpkin.

3. Stir the mixture well to remove the raw smell of pumpkin.

4. Add milk and saute it until the kheer becomes soft.

5. Mix sugar when the mixture gets heated well and stir it for a while. Garnish saffron and cardamom powder.

6. Heat the mixture until it becomes thick for around 4-5 minutes.

7. Serve it hot or cool at room temperature as per your choice and enjoy the richness of flavours.

4. Mango Sabudana Kheer Recipe

Mango Sabudana Kheer
The goodness of mangoes makes it so fruity that we can experiment it with a diversified range and hence we are amalgamating this juicy fruit with Sabu dana to make a delightful cuisine, Mango Sabudana Kheer.

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes

Cooking Time: 35 to 40 Minutes


1. Sabudana- 1 cup

2. Full Fat Milk – 1 liter

3. Sugar – 1 cup

4. Cardamom Powder – 1 tsp

5. Saffron a pinch

6. Ripe Mango – 2 pureed

7. Ripe Mango – 1 chopped finely


1. Soak Sabudanas in water for around 15 minutes and rinse the water. In a pressure cooker, add them, cover with water and boil till the cooker takes a whistle. When the steam goes out by itself, open the cooker and drain the water. Put the cooker aside.

2. Start boiling sugar and water in a frying pan on a simmer flame. Stir the mixture until the milk gets thick.

3. Add the boiled sabudanas to the milk and heat the mixture for few more minutes. Switch off the burner and add cardamom powder and saffron. Your mango sabudana kheer is ready to be served hot or cold.