Chikoo Milkshake: Sapota Shake

Chikoo Milkshake: Sapota Shake is a refreshing, solid and filling milkshake that you can make for breakfast or early lunch. Chikoo otherwise called sapota or sapodilla is a locally accessible natural product in India. It is a sweet delicious and thick products of the soil preferred by many individuals.

A glass of refreshing chikoo milkshake with a straw on a wooden table.
Indulge in the creamy goodness of chikoo milkshake – a delightful blend of fresh sapota, milk, and sweetness in every sip!

About Chikoo Milkshake

There are numerous varieties of shakes made in India with many organic products. This chikoo shake is one such variety where sweet delicate aged chikoo is mixed with milk and sugar.

Growing up we would have chikoo milkshake frequently during the summers. Chikoo is an occasional product of the soil for the most part that anyone could hope to find during Indian summers. A considerable lot of the time we typically appreciate them for what it’s worth or add them to Natural product Salad and once in a while I make this sapota shake.

I have utilized natural chikoo to make this milkshake. They were exceptionally sweet and simply softened in the mouth like margarine. We were completely awed. We are such a lot of used to tasting or having organic products developed with composts and pesticides that we have failed to remember how a normally developed organic product tastes.

If the chikoo is exceptionally sweet, you can diminish the amount of sugar or skip it altogether. I have added coconut sugar to this milkshake.

Coconut sugar is more grounded than ordinary sugar. More often than not while making milkshakes and cakes I use coconut sugar, jaggery powder, or crude natural pure sweetener or sugar. The coconut sugar has a comparative taste to that of palm jaggery.

For a colder milkshake add chilled. Alternatively, you could likewise add a couple of ice 3D shapes while mixing. This sapota milkshake tastes the best when it is made. I will not suggest refrigerating them or putting away them as the taste changes throughout some undefined time frame. So best appreciated news.

Aging of Chikoo

To make this chikoo milkshake purchase chikoo that is new and ready. To check the readiness press the external skin with your fingers or thumb. A matured chikoo will be delicate to contact. On the off chance that the external feels hard or firm, sapota isn’t matured at this point.

In the event that you purchase a clump of unripened chikoo, sit back and relax. You can undoubtedly mature them on the kitchen ledge. I follow this strategy:

  • Splash the chikoo in a bowl of new water to which some vinegar or baking soft drink is added for 5 minutes. This assists with disposing of the pesticides.
  • Later dispose of this water. Flush the chikoo again a couple of times in new water. Then channel all the water.
  • Put the chikoo on a plate or plate or kitchen towel. Allow them to dry normally or you can wipe them dry with a perfect kitchen towel. On the other hand you can store them in clean paper packs, place them in a dry spot, and allow them to mature.
  • When completely dried place them in a bowl. Keep a perfect cotton kitchen napkin on the bowl covering it totally. Save this bowl for a couple of days in a dry spot until the chickoos are matured. Continue to check regular and cover with a similar kitchen napkin.
  • You need to check ordinarily as some chikoo will mature quicker than others.
  • You can eat them with skin or you can strip the skin.
    The chickoo strips likewise have a lot of sustenance in them.

A few more milkshake recipes or fresh juice on the blog are:
Rhubarb Soda
Leap Year Cocktail Juice
Mosambi Juice
Lychee Juice
Mango Peach Juice
Beet Juice
Berry Juice

A close-up of a tall glass filled with creamy chikoo milkshake, garnished with chopped chikoo pieces.
Sip into summer bliss with our Chikoo Milkshake – a creamy delight perfect for sunny days!

Chikoo Milkshake / Sapota Shake

Chikoo milkshake is an invigorating and sound shake made with matured sapota, milk, and coconut sugar.



  • 2 to 2.5 cups hacked chikoo washed, stripped, and deseeded chikoo (sapota or sapodilla)
  • 2.5 to 3 cups milk you can likewise utilize soy milk almond milk cashew milk
  • coconut sugar crude natural pure sweetener or white sugar, add as required.
  • barely any ice 3D squares (discretionary)


  • Strip the chikoo and cleave them generally. Dispose of the seeds.
  • Add cleaved chikoo pieces in a blender.
  • Pour the milk.
  • Add the sugar or jaggery as required relying on the pleasantness of the chikoo and your taste inclinations.
  • Mix all that till smooth.
  • You can add ice shapes on the off chance that you need them while serving.
  • Serve the chikoo milkshake right away.
  • Chikoo milkshake ought to preferably be taken new. So keep no extras.
A glass of creamy chikoo milkshake topped with whipped cream and a slice of chikoo fruit.
Quench your thirst with our delicious Chikoo Milkshake – a taste of paradise in every sip!

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