chikoo milk shake /sapota(chikku)milkshake

chikoo milk shake /sapota(chikku)milkshake

chikoo milk shake /sapota(chikku)milkshake

chikoo milk shake /sapota(chiku)milkshakeIts termed as mud apple because of its sandy brown colour!here it is commonly called as chikoo in India and in South India we call it sapota fruit(TamilNadu)I usually buy sapota/chikoo unripe as it will be all set to have nice firm ripened fruit the next day.While selecting the fruit go for oval-shaped fruit without any wrinkles and should be of even colour without any discoloration outside(should not be greenish and without blemishes)!chikoo milk shake /sapota(chiku)milkshakeby this you will enjoy a perfect ripened fruit the next day itself(this is the small tip I follow and am sharing with you) and scoop out the flesh with a sharp spoon without any wastage leaving behind the skin and seeds. Generally milk shakes are easy to do tasty summer drink!as they are deliciously healthy!kids love this drink. All the fruit milkshakes are equally yummy and chikoo milkshake is one in the list.We will now enjoy making this simple summer drink.

chikoo milk shake /sapota(chikku)milkshake


Chikoo/sapota/mud apple – 2 cups(skinned out without seeds)
Sugar as per taste
Milk – 500 ml(boiled and chilled in fridge)


1.Add sapota in a blender/mixer add needed sugar and little milk and beat well.
2.Then add remaining milk and beat well.
3.Chikoo milk shake is ready.
4.Serve chilled.

chikoo milk shake /sapota(chikku)milkshake

Total Time10 mins


  • Chikoo/sapota - 2 cups skinned out without seeds
  • Sugar as per taste
  • Milk - 500 ml boiled and chilled in fridge


  • Add sapota in a blender/mixer add needed sugar and little milk and beat well.
  • Then add remaining milk and beat well.
  • Chikoo milk shake is ready.
  • Serve chilled.


Icecream(vanilla)can be added for more taste,richness and creaminess.
But it is not necessary because it tastes great as such.
You can add sugar according to your taste(so I have not given the exact amount).

Comments (15)

  1. Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen

    This Chikoo milkshake looks so full of healthy ingredients! Yummy and nutritious too! πŸ˜€

  2. padma

    Yummy!!..You will not believe how crazy I’m about chikkus and obviously the milkshake…I seriously miss them here..You stole my heart with this recipe and tempting me with those awesome clicks:)..One glass is surely for me:)

  3. Anupama

    I can’t begin to tell you how tempted I am now to have this awesomeness in a glass!! love chikoos!! lovely presentation too πŸ™‚

  4. Rachna's Kitchen

    Very healthy drink, perfect for kids. By the way my new born baby’s name is cheeku πŸ˜‰

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