10 Types of sweets made from carrots

 Carrot Sandesh: Hailing from Bengali cuisine, Carrot Sandesh involves blending grated carrots with fresh paneer (Indian cottage cheese) and sugar, resulting in delightful, soft, and cheesy sweets.

Carrot Malpua: A popular pancake-like dessert in India, Carrot Malpua is made by frying a batter of grated carrots and flour, then soaking it in sugar syrup for sweetness.

 Carrot Kesari: A semolina-based sweet dish infused with the goodness of carrots, ghee, and cashews, presenting a vibrant and flavorful dessert.

Carrot Kheer: A creamy and comforting rice pudding infused with grated carrots, Carrot Kheer is a festive treat often flavored with saffron and garnished with chopped nuts.

 Carrot Burfi: Combining the goodness of carrots with condensed milk, Carrot Burfi is a fudgy sweet that offers a delightful twist to traditional barfis.

 Carrot Ladoo: These bite-sized sweets feature finely grated carrots mixed with coconut, cardamom, and condensed milk, rolled into delicious round shapes.

Carrot and Coconut Fudge: A fusion of grated carrots and desiccated coconut, sweetened and set into delectable fudge squares.

Gajar Ka Halwa: A classic Indian dessert made from grated carrots, simmered in milk, ghee, and sugar, garnished with nuts.

Carrot Muffins: A western-inspired treat, carrot muffins combine the sweetness of carrots with the warmth of spices, creating a perfect snack or dessert option.

Carrot Jalebi: A unique take on the popular jalebi, this version incorporates carrot juice into the batter, resulting in vibrant orange spirals soaked in sugar syrup.