dry fruits ladoo recipe
Dry fruits and nuts ladoo recipe

Easy dry fruits and nuts laddu recipe (4-ingredient instant dry fruits balls)

Including dry fruits and nuts in our diet is great for obvious health reasons. And when there is a very easy and simple way to have dry fruits and nuts, you simply cannot say no.

Try this super simple dry fruits balls (ladoo) recipe and enjoy a no sugar healthy sweet treat! It has just 4 ingredients and can be made within 2 minutes as it does not require any cooking at all.

Dry fruits and nuts ladoo recipe

Ingredients

  1. Almonds – 1 cup (Badam)
  2. Raisins – 2/3 cup (kismis/dry grapes)
  3. Cashew nuts  – 1/2 cup (Kaju/Jeedi Pappu/Mundiri parupu)
  4. Ghee – 1 tbsp (neyyi)

Ingredients for Dry fruits and nuts ladoo recipe

Method

  • Put all the ingredients in a mixer/blender and them grind to a smooth paste.
  • Now mould them into ladoos with your hands.
  • Dry fruit ladoo is ready.
Dry fruits and nuts ladoo recipe
Dry fruits and nuts ladoo recipe

Also read: How to make Ghee from butter at home in just 10 minutes

dry fruits ladoo recipe
Dry fruits and nuts ladoo recipe

It is as simple as that. Satisfy your sweet tooth with this tasty no sugar dessert!

Also read: Badam Halwa Without Sugar Recipe

Tips

  • Add as many raisins as you need to adjust sweetness levels.
  • A simple twist to this recipe to include more fiber – Add 1 cup quick cooking oats, 2 tbsp jaggery and blend all the ingredients to get delicious oats and dry fruits ladoo!
  • Store them in a flat container. They tend to crush one another if they are places one on top of the other vertically.
  • They stay good at room temperature for at least a week.

Also read: Tasty Bread Chana Recipe

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4-ingredient instant dry fruits and nuts ladoo (balls) recipe: Try this sugarless healthy dessert that literally takes only 2 minutes to make.
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Priyadarshini Rajendran is a travel enthusiast, avid reader and a passionate writer. She has a few of her books published and is writing more books. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked as a software consultant taking breaks for her travels. Her blog is her passion and she writes about travel, books and food on the blog. She offers customized itineraries for South Indian destinations.

11 Comments Posted

  1. What?? that’s it!!! This is super simple and I think I will try it out and surprise my mum Thanks for sharing! looks super yummmm…

  2. These would be great for on the go mornings! I’d need to look for the ghee though. I think I remember coming across it once at my grocery store, I just can’t remember what isle it was in, lol.

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