Carrot halwa blondie bars recipe

     I had got some beautiful red carrots which are quite popular in delhi to make some gajar ka halwa. I was suddenly reminded of this blondies which I had loved at the first sight and had bookmarked it. I got enough time to prepare during the long weekend. They were so good and it had the taste of carrot halwa. My hubby said this was one of the best cakes I have made. I am glad I finally tried this one and am sure to make this again!!

Recipe Source (Thank you)-  Panfusine &

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Carrot halwa blondie bars recipe Yum
Course dessert
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Course dessert
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
  1. Combine the flour,baking powder and cardamom powder in a mixing bowl.
  2. In a microwave proof bowl, combine the carrots,raisins, condensed milk and sugar. Add the milk in the empty condensed milk can. Rinse and add it to the bowl.Mix everything together.
  3. Microwave on high for around 5-8 minutes till the carrots are soft and it loses the raw taste.
  4. Now add the melted butter and mix well.
  5. Now pour this mixture in the center of the flour mixture. Mix gently till just well combined.Do not over mix.
  6. Pour this in greased cake tin.
  7. Add the slivered almonds on the top.
  8. Bake at 180c for 20 minutes. Allow it to cool completely and cut into squares.
  9. Pack the leftovers in airtight container and store at room temperature. I stored for 2 days.
  10. Notes-
  11. 1. Use evaporated milk instead of whole milk.
  12. 2. You can also add nutmeg powder if you wish. I am not too fond of it, so did not add.
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  1. Looking so yummy & gorgeous…. Lovely presentation. 🙂

  2. Looks yum ….nice recipe

  3. Ummm delicious .. From where u got red carrots ?

  4. Sowmya Madhavan

    @priyanka-got it frm a shop in little India..the one opp. to the little India arcade….

  5. This method is really different to new… Will try this version soon… Event: Dish name starts with Q till Feb 28th

  6. Having tasted these when the original recipe creator gave them to me, i can only say it tastes divine and yours too looks gorgeous.

  7. Looks so divine and yummy nicely made. Happy valentine day dear.

  8. What a lovely idea, Sowmya. Bookmarked.

  9. Namita Tiwari

    Hi Sowmya, What a beautiful name and what an amazing recipe! looks very tempting. and the best things is that its eggless.

  10. Hi Sowmya,I am curious… can this be made without condensed milk? im a little worried about the calorie value of this. Otherwise such a wonderful recipe. Maybe milk and more sugar?

  11. Sowmya Madhavan

    @shalini- I think you can… try with evaporated milk and sugar…


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