Sunday, February 24, 2008

Fruity Bread Halwa

1.Bread slices-5(remove the edges and cut into cubes)
2.Milk-1 cup
3.Sugar-4 spoons
4.Ghee-1/4 cup
5.Apple-6 slices(remove the skin)
7.Pomegranate-1/4 cup
8. Kesari colour-very little pinch

In a skillet, add 3 spoons of ghee and roast the bread slices till they reach golden colour.
keep it aside.
Grind the fruits apple,banana and pomegranate along with sugar and half of the milk specified into smoothie. This gives a violet colour smoothie. Now In a skillet add the smoothie along with the rest of the milk and let it boil. Now add the bread slices and mix well.. when the halwa starts sticking to the kadai..add ghee and mix well. I added little kesari colour here..

You can also add grated chocolate make it choco-fruity bread halwa.
Finally serve it with Ghee roasted Cashews..

This is my entry for AFAM, an event by Maheshwari of
this time hosted by SRA of

Hope You all enjoy this we did..


  1. adding fruits is a nice idea lavanya

  2. Wow, what a innovative halwa, Lavanya! Looks lovely! Very nice entry!

  3. Hi Lavanya, this is quite different. Did you take any precautions to prevent the milk from curdling after adding the pomegranate smoothie?

  4. Looks great and so creative! Nice entry, Lavanya! :)

  5. again a big kalakal lavi!sounds easy and different...

  6. Loaded of fruits :) Lovely entry.

  7. Looks delicious, very nice recipe, new to me so will surely try it:)

  8. Delicious, Lavanya, and it sounds quite healthy too, with all the fruits in it.

  9. sagari..Nice of you to be here and thank you.

    Uma..thank you.

    Sra..The smoothie should be used right after it is grinded to avoid curdling. and since i used pre-boiled milk..when i warmed up i added bread slices. thank you SRA.

    Kalai..this is not so creative compared to your pomegranate rice.

    Thank you dhivya dear.

    Cham..yeah a healthy halwa too..(excluding ghee)..

    namratha..try this can be done in minutes..

    Vaishali..yeah its healthy too.. thanks for your comments.

  10. Hi!
    Now knowing this recipe,I cannot waste bread and fruits...thanks for this recipe. children who dont like fruits will love this recipe!!!!

  11. Laavanya, this is just an amazing delight. I am a sweet lover, I just love this recipe.

  12. Looks delicious , i've never had bread halwa

  13. halwa looks nice...variety dessert...

  14. usha..even i was wasting i started to do this halwa..thanks for being here. too a sweet lover.

    happy cook..try it..iam sure it will please you. is nice to hear from you.

  15. What a lovely idea for a halwa, Lavanya. The bread is a surprising and very creative addition. It looks delicious.


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