Milk Masala Powder Recipe gives you a fragrant and healthy ready-to-use mix that can be added instantly to milk and various other delicacies like Kheer, Kulfi, Bhapa Doi, Rasmalai Cake, and many others.

Though it is available in stores by different names like Milkshree, Kesar Milk Masala, and so on. But these are very expensive. So, why not make your own with fresh ingredients and that too in less than 10 minutes? 

How to Make Milk Taste more Interesting?

So what could be some additional ways to make your milk interesting and at the same time nutritious and easy to make.

Well, there is a host of options in terms of additions you could make to your milk ranging from fruits, nuts, syrups, cereals, etc.

Homemade shakes like Strawberry shake, Choco shake, Thandai, etc are much better in terms of taste, nutrition, and health benefits. Plus you know what exactly is going into it and can easily tailor it to suit your needs.

The one I am going to talk to you about is a powder which I would fondly like to call “Milk Masala” – a mixture of spices and nuts. The addition of milk masala to the ordinary plain milk makes it tastier and healthier and makes it a balanced food in itself.

Enjoy a glass of healthy and flavored milk just by adding this easy-to-make Milk Masala Powder In It.

Keep this Milk Masala Powder in your pantry and use it in various other delicacies other than milk.


What is Milk Masala Powder? Does Milk Need Any Masala?

The answer is that of course, you can have plain milk as it is a complete and balanced food in itself. But the addition of milk masala to the ordinary plain milk makes it tastier and healthier.

Milk masala is nothing but a mix of some nuts and spices. It can be easily stored for a long time say about a month or so. Thus it becomes handy to add to milk or other Indian sweets.


Milk Masala Powder


How to Use 

This Milk Masala Powder is multi-purpose and can be used in a variety of sweets as it gives instant aroma and flavor.



Milk masala has enormous health benefits. When added to milk, it can be had at any time of the day.



I am sure, now you are even more tempted to have it.

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 Step By Step Method

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Milk Masala Powder Recipe

Masala made with dry fruits and spices to be added to milk.
Course Drinks
Cuisine Indian


  • 2 Tbsp 40 g Almonds
  • 2 Tbsp 30 g Cashews
  • 2 Tbsp 20 g Pistachios unsalted
  • 2 Tsp 10 g Peppercorns Kali Mirch
  • 15-16 10 gms Green Cardamom Chhoti Elaichi
  • 1 Tsp Nutmeg Powder Jaifal
  • 2 Tsp Dry Ginger Powder Saunth
  • 1 Tsp Cinnamon Powder Dalchini
  • Few strands Saffron


  • Heat a pan and lightly dry roast almonds, cashews and pistachios. Though you can use the nuts without roasting also but roasting augments their flavour.
  • Grind almonds into a fine powder. For grinding almonds, use the 'pulse' key 4 to 5 times and not the regular method. This is because if run the usual way then almonds release oil and the powder becomes little mushy instead of being totally dry.
  • Now grind cashews, pistachios, cardamom, saffron and peppercorns into a fine powder. Again run the mixer on pulse mode only for 3 to 4 times, at short intervals only as the jar will become very hot while grinding these hot spices.
  • In a bowl take powdered almonds, cashews-pistachio-cardamom-saffron-peppercorn powder, dry ginger powder, cinnamon powder and nutmeg powder. Mix everything nicely and store in an airtight container.
  • Use as follows:
  • While making milk, heat milk. Add a teaspoon of the milk masala powder and honey. Top with Cardamom powder (optional), slivered almonds and serve.
  • Serve it in clay pot, if possible.
  • Or
  • Sprinkle Milk masala powder on kheer, halwa etc in the last.
Keyword Dry Fruit Milk Powder, Masala Milk Recipe

8 Responses

    1. This Masala powder has spices like pepper, ginger powder etc. Firstly, kids may find it spicy and secondly, as these spices are warm in nature, so may not suit kids. So, I suggest, you reduce (or omit) the spices and then use for kids. Also, it is appropriate for winters only.

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