Chikoo Milkshake Recipe | Sapota Milkshake with step-by-step pics and a short Youtube video. If you like my video, please do SUBSCRIBE to my channel ‘Asmallbite’. A very delicious and healthy, creamy, thick, and rich shake without any added ice cream or whipped cream, still it tastes so good. This chikoo or sapotta is a perfect summer treat for everyone and it is the best fruit that blends itself beautifully in milkshakes, smoothies, ice creams, etc. It is so simple to make, just with a splash of milk and sugar you can make the yummiest shake with chikoo. Sapota unlike some fancy fruits is locally grown, inexpensive, and a powerhouse of nutrition, so the perfect way to include this fruit in your kids’ diet. If interested, check my other summer recipes like Jaljeera, Rosemilk, Orange Creamsicle, Masala Chaas…..
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✔ About this Recipe
This Chikoo Milkshake Recipe is,
- Easy made within 5 minutes
- Tasty and Quick dessert idea
- Nutritious for toddlers and kids
- Delicious, rich, and creamy
✔ What is chikoo called in English?
It’s called Sapodilla. Chikoo, as it is called in India, is also known as Zapote in Spanish. In the West Indies it is known as the Naseberry.
✔ Is chikoo good for health?
It contains a good amount of vitamin C and is beneficial for the heart. Chikoo is also a storehouse of tannins, a powerful antioxidant, which fights free radicals and protects the heart. Also, its Calcium content makes bones stay strong.
✔ Can I make a vegan chikoo milkshake?
Instead of dairy milk just use coconut milk or almond milk and make the recipe
✔ Is Chikoo Shake Fattening?
Unlike common belief, chikoo shake is not fattening as the fruit s very good for metabolism and weight loss. However excessive sugar is not good for weight loss so you may have limited the addition of sugar in the milkshake.
✔ Can you have chikoo milkshake during pregnancy?
It is rich in vitamins and an instant energizer that is usually safe for pregnant and lactating mothers. But, if you are allergic to this fruit or your doctor has prescribed against it you may have to refrain from drinking it.
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Chikoo Milkshake Recipe | Sapota Milkshake
- Mixer / Blender
1 Cup = 250 ML, 1 tsp = 5 ML
- 2 Cups Sapota / Chikoo
- 2 to 3 tbsp Sugar
- 1½ Cup Milk
- Few Ice Cubes
- Rinse the chikoo well and then peel the skin. Chop the chikoo roughly to make it to 2 cups.Measure 2 to 3 tbsp of sugar, 1.5 cups of milk, and few ice cubes.Quick Tips: Sugar can be replaced with jaggery. Also, first, add very little sugar and then adjust it accordingly to the sweetness of the fruit.
- To a blender, add 2 cups of chikoo and 2 to 3 tbsp of sugar.
- Then, add 3 to 4 ice cubes.
- Pour 1.5 cups of milk. Use full fat and thick milk for a creamy milkshake.
- Blend everything till smooth.
- If preferred, add 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream for more creaminess and blend it again.
- Pour the milkshake into a serving glass. It tastes best when taken fresh.Try this Sapota Milkshake for this summer season.
Tips for Sapota Milkshake Recipe
- Use ripe, fibreless, and sweet chikoo for a tasty Sapota Milkshake.
- Adjust sugar and milk as per the sweetness and consistency required.
- For a healthy version, use jaggery or organic brown sugar.
- Use full-fat and thick milk, to get a creamy Sapota Milkshake.
- For a vegan version, milk can be substituted with soy milk.
- For a thick milkshake, use less milk for blending, or else freeze the chikoo pieces in the refrigerator for 1 hour, but skip ice cubes.
- For a different flavor and taste, you can use 1/4 tsp of cardamom powder, few saffron strands, or slivered cashews and almonds too.
- Even 1 or 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream can be added for a rich taste.
- This Milkshake Shake tastes best when served immediately. Yet, can be refrigerated for about 12 hours in a glass bottle or jar. Mix well, before consuming.
Method for Chikoo Milkshake Recipe
1. Rinse the chikoo well and then peel the skin. Chop the chikoo roughly to make it to 2 cups.
Measure 2 to 3 tbsp of sugar, 1.5 cups of milk, and few ice cubes.
Quick Tips: Sugar can be replaced with jaggery. Also, first, add very little sugar and then adjust it accordingly to the sweetness of the fruit.
2. To a blender, add 2 cups of chikoo and 2 to 3 tbsp of sugar.
3. Then, add 3 to 4 ice cubes.
4. Pour 1.5 cups of milk. Use full fat and thick milk for a creamy milkshake.
5. Blend everything till smooth.
6. If preferred, add 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream for more creaminess and blend it again.
7. Pour the milkshake into a serving glass. It tastes best when taken fresh.
Try this Sapota Milkshake for this summer season.
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