PanchamritaPanchamrita (Devanagari:पञ्चामृत, from Sanskrit: pañcāmṛta) is a mixture of five foods used in Hindu worship and puja, usually
EtymologyPañcāmṛta is a Sanskrit compound of two words:
Equal quantities of Milk (preferably cow milk), Yoghurt, Honey, Sugar and Ghee are mixed together. However, there may be certain regional variations in ingredients. Most south Indians add ripe banana instead of sugar. Keralites may also include tender coconut. Some recipes also include grapes.
In Hevajra tantra
Beer (2004: pp. 327–332) contrasts the Panchamrita of the Dakshinachara and the Vāmācāra and identifies that the "Left-Hand Path" (Sanskrit: Vāmamārga) of the Hevajra Tantra (and of the Anuttarayoga Tantras in general) worship with a different enumeration of the Panchamrita: human faeces, marrow, semen, blood and urine. This is only for those of utmost stead-fastness of mind and should be taught by a competent guru, as the content can quickly cause a base mind to become more ensnared in the world of māyā. 
Panchamrita Puja (Pooja) and Contemporary RecipePanchamrita is beverage offered to deities during worship (Pooja), and then distributed to worshippers as a Prasad (blessing)
Panchamrita is a Sanskrit name derived from two words, Pancha and Amrita. Pancha means five. Amrita is a beverage or nectar, consuming of which leads to immortality. The five nectars are: Milk, Yogurt, Ghee, Honey and Sugar
Traditional Panchamrita is also called 'Pooja, or Puja Panchamrita'
Traditional Puja Panchamrita
1. Kacha Doodh कच्चे दूध (pre boiled milk): 1 Cup
It is raw fresh milk from cow
2. Dahi दही (yoghurt): 1 Cup
Yogurt made from whole cow's milk
3. Ghee घी (clarified butter): 1 Cup
Clarified butter derived from cow's milk
4. Honey मधु: 1 Cup
5. Shakkar शक़्क़र (raw sugar): 1 Cup
Mix and beat all the ingredients together and store in refrigerator. You may use blender for mixing.