Chilled, thick, creamy and frothy chikoo milkshake is refreshingly delicious. Homemade chikoo milkshake is ready in 5 minutes and calls for only three ingredients. This basic milkshake without ice cream requires chikoo, chilled milk and sweetener. It’s super quick, easy, and tastes awesome!!!
What Is Chikoo?
Chikoo (Chiku) also knowns as sapodilla (English) and Sapota (Telugu). We in Andhra, get a tasty variety of sapota called pala sapota (milk sapota). The skin of pala sapota is thin, flesh is juicy and tastes like sugar cane.
About The Recipe
Milkshakes are delectable and filling. When fruits are added to milkshake, they increase the nutrition and taste of the drink. Fruits bring natural sweetness and add flavour to the drink.
Chikoo Milkshake is thick, creamy and frothy. Perfect as mid-day snack or after school treat. Rather than adding ice cream, I add chilled milk to my milkshakes.
Chikoo is rich in nutrition and is an inexpensive fruit. You can mostly find chikoo in the months of May and June.
Apart from eating raw, chikoo is used to bring flavour and taste in many recipes like chikoo khulfi, chikoo kheer, chikoo shake, chikoo ice cream, chikoo halwa, etc.
Chikoo in the form of puree or porridge is mostly introduced to babies when they start on solids. Due to its sweet taste, babies will love to relish it.
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Ingredients & Variations:
Chikoo: Use ripe and organic fruit. These are easily available in both online and offline fruit shops. I always store the ripe ones in fridge. Chilled fruits are best for milkshake.
Milk: I use skimmed milk. You can use full fat milk too. For making milkshake, always boil the milk and leave it to come down to room temperature. Then leave it in the fridge to chill. Chilled milk brings amazing taste in milkshake.
To make this vegan, use nut milk or oats milk or soya milk.
Sweetener: If using pala sapota, then you do not need to add any sweetener. But if you are using any other variety of chikoo, then you can sweeten your milkshake with sugar or honey or palm sugar or brown sugar or jaggery or dates or maple syrup.
You can use add chopped nuts like almonds or pistachio or walnuts as garnish. You can even add almond powder or chopped dates to the blender along with chikoo pieces and blend. This will bring rich taste in milkshake.
We had a big chikoo tree in our backyard and we children use to play under it during summers. We also use to make crafts using leaves of chikoo and we had a small bird house on it. Lying in hammock, listening to music, reading my favourite comic books and inhaling the sweet smell of chikoo tree is my favourite childhood memory. Nostalgic!!!
Chikoo has always been my favourite fruit. My summer snack used to be mostly chilled milkshakes or flavoured lemonade drinks. Chikoo and Mango milkshakes were my dad’s signature recipes. Here is my father’s signatures style easy chikoo milkshake recipe for you to relish. Chilled chikoo milkshake is perfect to beat the heat.
Is Chikoo Milkshake Good For Health?
Yes, it is. As we are using skimmed milk and nutritious fruit chikoo, this is definitely a healthy milkshake recipe. You can even try this for your toddler too.
Does Chikoo Shake Increase Weight?
No. Chikoo is rich in vitamin C and helps in improving immunity and boots body’s metabolism. Because of dietary fibres present in chikoo, you can feel full for long time. So, this is perfect for diet watchers.
Rather than storing milkshake, I suggest storing chopped chikoo and boiled milk. As this milkshake is made in just 5 minutes when ingredients are handy. Why store it? Make it fresh and indulge!
Easy Chikoo Milkshake Recipe
Chilled, thick, creamy and frothy chikoo milkshake is refreshingly delicious. Homemade chikoo milkshake is ready in 5 minutes and calls for only three ingredients. This basic milkshake without ice cream requires chikoo, chilled milk and sweetener. It's super quick, easy, and tastes awesome!!!
- 3 Chikoos
- 2 cups Milk, boiled and chilled
- 2 tbsp. Sugar or any sweeten
How to Make Chikoo Milkshake
- Thoroughly wash and pat dry the fruit. Peel the skin and remove the seed.
- Chop coarsely and add it to blender. Add sugar and blend until smooth.
- Now add chilled milk and blend until frothy.
- If chilled milk is unavailable, you can add ice cubes or crushed ice.
- Pour in serving glasses and serve chilled.
- Add love to make this chikoo milkshake taste 'Yummy'.
Keep chopped chikoo pieces in moisture free airtight container and place them in fridge to chill.
Boil and bring the milk to room temperature. Leave this in fridge to chill.
Chilled fruit and milk bring in amazing taste to milkshakes.
Lubna's Serving Suggestions:
Chikoo Milkshake is perfect as mid-day snack, after school treat and can be relished in breakfast too.
Sunday Special Breakfast Idea
Pancakes and Chickoo Milkshake make best Sunday breakfast. Do give this a try!!
You can even serve this with grilled toast with sweet scrambled eggs.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 382Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 20mgSodium: 145mgCarbohydrates: 75gFiber: 14gSugar: 25gProtein: 9g
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Dear, You share a fantastic drink recipe, which I adore. Chikoo milkshake is energizing and delicious to drink. The drink’s ingredients are also beneficial to one’s health. Keep sharing more energetic drink recipes with us!
This sounds so delicious and refreshing and such a great option for summer! Thanks for sharing!
This reminds me… I have not had a milkshake in such a long time. Can’t wait to fix that!
This sounds delicious. I’ve never heard of chikoo before, but I love fruit, and I’m always looking for new varieties and recipes to try.
I’m so intrigued by Chikoo and will be looking for it at my local markets! I love your idea of using chilled milk in a milkshake instead of ice cream.