Homemade Horlicks


Homemade Horlicks

Homemade Horlicks

Homemade Horlicks - Why buy it when you can make it yourself?? Today I'm going to share the recipe of homemade Horlicks. Growing up kids need milk nutrients and this is a great deal to feed stubborn kids by changing the flavor of plain milk. And it is still a great idea of saving up money spent on buying from market. Moreover you can be rest assured that you are using original safe ingredients. Kids are precious and you can treat them with original Horlicks prepared at home. Horlicks is nutritious, a mixture of almonds and milk powder. You will love drinking whole milk blended with horlicks. Pass on this dish to near and dear ones. They will appreciate your care and foresightedness. Even elders needs milk nutrients. Elders are fussy and you can easily win over them with this health drink. Here you can follow a well detailed recipe of Horlicks drink..
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Cuisine Kerala
Servings 1 people



  • For preparing Homemade Horlicks, first heat a pan and roast wheat flour until light golden in color. Then remove it from the flame and let it cool.
    Homemade Horlicks – pachakam.com
  • Simultaneously add milk powder and mix well.
    Homemade Horlicks – pachakam.com
  • Meanwhile grind sugar and almond into a fine powder.
    Homemade Horlicks – pachakam.com
  • Add the sugar almond mix into roasted wheat flour and mix very well. Keep it in a air tight container. Horlicks powder can be stored for months if carefully stored in containers. Do not allow dampness to set into the mixture. Use damp free spoons when taking out Horlicks from container.
    Homemade Horlicks – pachakam.com
  • Homemade Horlicks powder is ready now. Now you can treat your loved ones with something healthy, nutritious and safe too. Horlicks is one of the tastiest of drinks that can be easily prepared at home with very minimal ingredients. Enjoy the tasty drink.
    Homemade Horlicks – pachakam.com


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Response (9)
  1. S
    Sheela Ram February 24, 2020

    What a recipe, thank you so much.

  2. M
    Mohana Sree July 29, 2020

    I loved the recipe. I would like to try. May I know, the almonds has to be roasted?

    1. c
      curryadmin August 13, 2020

      The almonds are roasted. Sorry about giving the wrong information. The author got back to me. I have fixed the recipe.

  3. E
    Elizabeth cyr August 14, 2020


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