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Sugar free Badam Halwa Recipe aka Delicious Almond Pudding Recipe

Badam Halwa (Almond pudding) is one of my favorite sweets and it is always on my top things to make for any festival at home.

I made it for Rakhi festival this week and everyone loved it. It is a super easy and very quick recipe, takes only 15 minutes of cooking time.


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Badam halwa is a simple dish to make as all it takes is just four ingredients: Almonds (Badam), Jaggery, Milk and Ghee 🙂 You can even use water instead of milk (for vegan version).

No Sugar

This sweet is usually made with sugar, but as I am getting more health-conscious, I used jaggery (gur) instead of sugar. But as it turns out, the taste does not differ much.

Traditionally we use jaggery in various dishes as it has good iron content that our bodies need (especially useful if you are anemic). Also, almonds’ health benefits are well-known. This makes our badam halwa particularly healthy!

You have a healthy and tasty dessert just by using jaggery as a healthy replacement to sugar. So, go on and indulge in this delicious guilt-free dessert and satisfy your sweet tooth 🙂

Badam Halwa without sugar recipe

Here is the recipe to sugar-free Badam Halwa.

Time taken

4 hours to soak almonds

15 minutes cooking time


  1. Almonds (badam) – 1 cup
  2. Jaggery – 1 cup
  3. Milk – 3/4 cup (vegan substitute: soy/almond milk)
  4. Ghee – 4 tbsp
  5. Cardamom/Elachi – 1 powdered (optional)
  6. Saffron – few strands for color (optional)
Sugar free badam halwa making

Also read: How to make Ghee at home from butter easily


Sprinkle a few chopped almond pieces on it if you like. Enjoy delicious sugar-free Badam Halwa 🙂

Sugar-free Badam Halwa

Also read: Delicious Carrot Halwa Recipe


Badam Halwa

My favorite brand for almonds and jaggery powder is below if you want to try!

Also read: Delicious Rava Kesari Recipe without food colors

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