Makhana Kheer: A Creamy Delight with a Nutritious Twist

Indulge in the rich, nutty flavors of UrjaBites Makhana Kheer – a delectable dessert that’s both easy to make and heavenly to Savor!

Whether you’re observing a fast or simply in the mood for a delightful dessert, reach for UrjaBites Makhana Kheer to Savor the goodness of makhana and the richness of a classic kheer. Experience the blend of tradition and taste in every spoonful, and let your cravings be satisfied in style.

There are many ways in which we can consume Makhanas, let’s check out the simple steps to make this sweet and creamy kheer or pudding. You Just need three main ingredients: Milk, UrjaBites Makhana, Condensed Milk. Here is the detailed recipe:

Table of Content:

  1. What is Makhana or Fox-Nuts?
  2. Ingredient List.
  3. Detailed Steps to make Makhana Kheer.
  4. Some Tips
  5. FAQs

What is Makhana or Fox-Nuts?

Makhana also known as Fox-Nuts are a source of comfort and vitality. When gently roasted, they offer a satisfying crunch and a wealth of nutrients. Packed with protein, fiber, and essential minerals, they’re a gift of wholesome goodness. Each bite is a moment of self-care, leaving us grateful for nature’s bounty.

Harvested from the lotus plant, makhana has evolved from a traditional staple to a versatile ingredient loved for its delicate texture and remarkable health benefits. Its journey from the serene waters to our plates is a testament to its enduring significance in culinary traditions.

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Ingredients List:

  • 1 Ltr. Milk.
  • 2 Cups UrjaBites Makhana.
  • ½ Cup Condensed Milk.
  • Half Cup Chopped almonds for garnish.
  • A pinch of kesar (saffron) for flavour.
  • 2 tb Desi Ghee for roasting

Detailed Steps to make Makhana Kheer:

  1. Roast the UrjaBites Makhana: In a pan, heat a teaspoon of ghee over medium heat. Add the UrjaBites Makhana and roast them until they become crisp and slightly golden.

Remove some for garnish, and grind the rest into a coarse powder.

Makhana Kheer Recipe
Makhana Kheer Recipe

  1. Prepare Saffron Milk: In a small bowl, soak the kesar (saffron) in a tablespoon of warm milk. Set it aside to let the saffron infuse the milk with its beautiful color and flavor.
Makhana Kheer Recipe
  1. Boil the Milk: In a heavy-bottomed pan, bring the remaining milk to a boil. Stir occasionally to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
Makhana Kheer Recipe
  1. Add Condensed Milk: Once the milk comes to a boil, lower the heat and add the condensed milk. Stir well to combine.
  2. Add Makhana: Gradually add the ground UrjaBites Makhana to the milk mixture, stirring continuously to avoid lumps.
Makhana Kheer Recipe
  1. Infuse with Saffron: Add the saffron-infused milk to the kheer and mix it in. This will give the kheer a lovely saffron hue and a delicate flavor.
  2. Simmer and Thicken: Allow the kheer to simmer on low heat, stirring frequently until it thickens to your desired consistency. The milk will change color and will become half in quantity.

       This should take about 15-20 minutes.

Makhana Kheer Recipe
  1. Garnish: Just before serving, garnish the UrjaBites Makhana Kheer with chopped almonds and a few roasted UrjaBites Makhana for added crunch and flavor.

Your creamy and delicious UrjaBites Makhana Kheer is ready to be served. Enjoy it warm or chilled, as per your preference!


  1. Grind some makhana and keep some aside to put as is it. It gives a unique texture.
  2. Keep on stirring and wait for milk to change color. It shows that kheer has become creamy.
  3. Use full-cream milk, but its optional.
  4. Put some cardamom powder for fresh unique fragrance and taste.
  5. Put some more nut and if you prefer you can put raisins.
  6. Use UrjaBites Premium Makhana for best taste.
  7. 1 tbsp rice can also be added, but for fasting you can avoid it.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Where can we buy Best Raw Makhana?

Buy best handpicked Makhanas brought to your home directly from ponds of Mithila by UrjaBites. Click Here

  • Where can I checkout/learn other recipes of Makhana?

Visit our page: Recipes or follow us on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

  • Is this recipe safe for 1 Year old Baby?

Yes, it’s safe, just grind the makhanas more finely and add in milk, its very nutritional meal for babies and Kids in general.

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