Top 5 Healthy Indian Beverages

Indian beverages are not just tea or coffee. Many other exciting drinks come out of India. These drinks contain different ingredients, like spices, herbs, fruits, vegetables, milk, etc. Some drinks are sweet, while others are savory. These drinks are not only delicious and easy to make, but they also offer numerous health benefits. In this guide, we have mentioned five healthy Indian beverages briefly. You should try all of them at least once!

Besan Doodh (Besan Milk)

The beverage besan doodh is one to try. It makes an excellent wintertime substitute for coffee and teas and a comforting iced beverage in the summer.

Almonds or cashews
Chickpea flour besan, two teaspoons
Milk, two cups
Cardamom powder in a large pinch.
Crushed two saffron threads
Honey or another sweetener


Ghee should be melted in a pan. Drain the fried nuts.
Add the chickpea flour and cook it over low heat.
To form a roux free of lumps, whisk in 1/4 cup of milk. Give it a strong stir before adding the remaining milk.
Cardamom and saffron should be added, and the liquid should simmer and somewhat thicken during this time.
Turn off the light, and then add the honey and the cooked nuts again. Serve hot.
Ghee should be melted in a pan. Drain the fried nuts and serve them to your friends and family.

Aam Panna
Aam Panna is an easy, refreshing drink made from unripe green mangos and spices. There are many ways to make it, but one uses boiled mangoes, and another uses fire-roasted mangoes. Both are delicious! This recipe is made in an instant pot pressure cooker. It is sweet, tangy, and bursting with beautiful flavors!

Cumin seeds
Green Cardamom pods
Black peppercorns
Salt to taste
Fennel seeds
Mint leaves

Pour 2 cups of water into a pressure cooker, and then add the raw mango.
Cook the mango well in a pressure cooker for 1-2 whistles.
Once totally cooled, remove the mango’s skin.
Make sure the mango skin has separated before scraping the pulp.
Place the ginger in a bowl with the mango pulp.
Fennel seeds should be combined with water in a bowl and left to soak for a few minutes.
Transfer it to a grinder jar once it has cooled, then grind it into a fine powder.
Grind the raw mango pulp, ginger, and soaking fennel seeds into a paste in the same jar.
Blend in sugar and mint leaves to create a smooth paste.
Enjoy the Aam Panna with fresh mint leaves as a final step.

Sugarcane juice
It is the most delectable and healthy juice available, and diabetics are advised to consume it because it is also low in the Glycemic index. Among all fruit juices, it is one of the super Indian drinks recipes to try at home.


Cut the sugarcane into little cubes after removing the outer, tough skin.
Add ginger and transfer to a mixer. Utilizing a little mixer jar.
Grind it while adding a little water. In a sieve, now drain the sugarcane extract.
Use your hands to squeeze it or a spoon to press it. Keep the juice in a basin underneath.
If the extract seems juicy, grind it one more and toss it. Then continue grinding the subsequent batch.
Gather the liquid, and then strain it once more to get rid of the sugarcane fragments.
Now squeeze half a lemon and add salt to the juice from the sugarcane. Mix well.
Serve cooled sugarcane juice right away.

Carrot Milk
It is the number one drink to try in the winter. It is a natural health supplement that can be taken from children to old age.

Red carrots
Cashew nuts
Whole almonds
Whole milk
Ground cardamom

In a pan, combine carrots, cashews, and almonds with 1 cup of water.
Cover the pan with a lid when the carrots are soft and simmer on medium heat for 10 to 12 minutes.
Turn off the heat and allow the ingredients to cool thoroughly.
Construct the carrot milk.
Blend the chilled items in a blender until they are entirely smooth.
Pour milk and cloves into a pan, and then cook the mixture over medium-low heat until the milk boils. To prevent burning, stir often.
Sauté the carrot paste in the pan on low heat for 10 minutes.
Cook for a further 3–4 minutes after adding sugar and cardamom powder. Examine the milk’s sweetness, and add more sugar if necessary.
Serving if you’d like, you may even serve it chilled.

Nimbu Pani 
In the summer, nimbu pani is the most popular beverage. It is a straightforward, fast, and cool beverage. Lemonade is the worldwide nickname for nimbu pani.

Lemon is required (sliced)
Rock salt
Ice cubes
Add mint leaves, ice cubes, and lemons as needed for garnish.

Sugar and water are heated in a pan. Melt sugar all the way.
Add more mint leaves and stir. Your syrup of sugar is prepared.
Over a basin, place a sieve. Sugar syrup should be filtered.
Now fill the basin with water, ice cubes, rock salt, and lemon juice. Mix everything.
Serve with lemon slices, mint leaves, and ice cubes. Drink and enjoy.

The Wrapping Up
We hope you found this guide informative concerning some easy Indian drinks recipes you can make at home. Even if you haven’t tried them all, this list of India’s most recognized beverages will astound you. In addition, you can find various Indian beverage recipes on the “Spicyum” page, where you can learn how to make them yourself.