All-Time Favorite  Sugar-Free Ladoos

All-Time Favorite Sugar-Free Ladoos

Who doesn’t love ladoos? From kids to adults to senior citizens, everyone loves ladoos and wants to eat them to their heart’s content. A higher percentage of carbs and fat from Sugar and ghee in the ladoos makes them really unhealthy. Eating ghee, in moderate quantity though, is often recommended by health specialists and considered good for joints. Here are some ladoo recipes with moderate ghee content and replacing sugar jaggery making them super healthy yet tasty.

Sugar-Free Ladoos

Dry Fruit Ladoo

INGREDIENTS

Cashews – 50 Grams

Almonds – 50 Grams

Pistachios – 50 Grams

Walnuts – 50 Grams

Raisins – 70 Grams

Dates – 70 Grams

Cardamom powder – 1 Tsp

PROCESS

Dry roast the cashews, almonds, pistachios, and walnuts until they turn aromatic and pinkish brown. Keep stirring to avoid burning them. Coarsely grind them in a blender. Next, dry roast raisins and dates and grind them into a coarse powder. Mix the prepared dry-fruits mixture and add cardamom powder. The oil from the dry fruits is just enough to bind them together. If it feels dry, add 1-2 tbsp ghee Scoop out a small amount of mixture and roll them in round balls. Store the ladoos in an airtight container and enjoy healthy ladoos.

Coconut Mawa Ladoo

INGREDIENTS

Desiccated coconut – 1 cup

Ghee – 1 tbsp

Almonds – 1 tbsp

Pistachios – 1 tbsp

Cashews – 1 tbsp

Pistachios-1 tbsp

Mawa- 1 cup

Powdered Jaggery- ½ cup

Cardamom powder – 1/8 teaspoon

Desiccated coconut – for garnishing

Sugar-Free Ladoos

PROCESS

Dry roast the desiccated coconut for 5 – 7 minutes. Next, dry roast the dry fruits and grind them into a coarse powder. Take out 1tbsp and set aside for garnishing the ladoos. Roast the mawa until it is slightly pink. Cooldown everything until they are a little warm to touch. Mix toasted coconut, dry fruits mixture, roasted mawa, and powdered jaggery, cardamom powder together. Scoop out a little mixture at a time and bind them in round balls. Coat the ladoos in desiccated coconut and sprinkle the dry-fruit mixture on top. Refrigerate them and enjoy.

Oats, Sesame, and Besan Ladoo

INGREDIENTS

Ghee – 4 tsp

Oats- ½ cup

White Sesame- 2Tbsp

Gram flour – 1cup

Jaggery powder- 1 and ½ cup

Cardamom powder – 1 tsp

Raisin – 1tsp, chopped

Almonds- 1tsp

Cashew- 1 tsp

Milk- 1/4th cup

Sugar-Free Ladoos

PROCESS

Dry roast oats in a pan for 5-7 minutes on medium flame. Grind them into fine powder after cooling down and set aside. Roast sesame seeds until aromatic and churn them in a grinder for 1-2 pulses. Add ghee in a pan and roast gram flour on low-medium flame until aromatic. Add the oats powder and sesame and roast for another 4-5 minutes. Cool down the mixture until it is slightly warm to the touch. Add powdered jaggery, cardamom powder, roasted and powdered dry fruits. Mix everything. Next, add warm milk and combine well. Scoop out little mixture and bind them in the shape of ladoos. Refrigerate them and enjoy.

Mawa Sesame Ladoos
INGREDIENTS

White Sesame – ½ cup
Ghee – 1 tbsp
Almonds – 1 tbsp
Pistachios – 1 tbsp
Cashews – 1 tbsp
Pistachios-1 tbsp
Mawa- 1 cup
Powdered Jaggery- ½ cup
Cardamom powder – 1/8 teaspoon

Sugar-Free Ladoos

PROCESS

Dry roast the Sesame for 5 – 7 minutes. Next, dry roast the dry fruits and grind them into a coarse powder. Roast the mawa until it is slightly pink. Cooldown everything until they are a little warm to touch. Mix toasted sesame, dry fruits mixture, roasted mawa, powdered jaggery, and cardamom powder. Scoop out a little mixture at a time and bind them in round balls. Refrigerate them and enjoy.

Note: These ladoos have short shelf life due to added dairy products such as mawa and milk. Keep them refrigerated and consume within 3-4 days.

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