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Chilled Rasgulla Shake

Rasgulla is delicious sweet from Kolkata.  Rasgulla by itself is an amazing treat with its unique taste. The rasgulla shake’s perfect blend of flavours, texture and chillness make it a delicious treat for all! Moreover, it is easy to make and tasty too! This delicious rasgulla shake is a special diwali treat for you all 🙂

Being made from milk, rasgullas are naturally rich in calcium. Canned rasgullas are made from paneer (cottage cheese) and hence are much lower in calories than those prepared with maava. Milk based sweet is better for health because it is rich in protein, Calcium and contains less fat compared to ghee based sweets.

This ice-cream is also used in chilled frozen drinks like milkshakes, cold coffee and smoothies.

Saffron has a reputation for strengthening the stomach and promoting its functioning.

Milk promotes strong bones, thanks to the presence of calcium as well as of vitamin D, which help in bone formation. This is the reason why small children must drink at least 2 glasses of milk daily.

Warm milk helps induce sleep, due to the presence of tryptophan, which has the property of inducing sleep. Also the warmth of milk raises our body temperature and give sound sleep. Warm milk needs to be heated to the extent where it can be drunk comfortably.

10 chilled rasgulla
1 cup vanilla ice cream
4 to 5 saffron strands strands soaked in 3/4th cup warm milk
sugar to taste
4 to 5 ice cubes
rasgullas for serving


  1. Soak the saffron in the warm milk.
  2. Blend all the ingredients including the saffron milk.
  3. Serve chilled with 2 pieces of rasgulla! Enjoy!




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