Multigrain Laddoos

My chhota bheem dreams of laddoos (bite size) all the time. He sincerely believes that popping laddoos give him the strength good enough to fight crocodiles, climb hills and fight against multiple goons. I keep a stock of laddoos most times at home. Usually it is besan laddoo, rava besan laddoo or some times store bought boondi laddoos. But recently I thought of this recipe using different kind of flours and it turned out quite well.

It is a simple recipe to try and I am sure you wont mind gobbling down a couple of these yourself.


Ingredients
1/2 cup chickpea flour/besan
1/2 cup red millet/ ragi/nachni flour
1/2 cup wheat flour
1/2 cup maize flour
3/4 cup clarified butter/ ghee
1 cup powdered sugar
1 tspn cardamom powder
1/2 tspn saffron threads
2 tbsp crushed nuts (cashew, almonds, raisins)
Method
1) In a pan heat the ghee till it has melted completely.
2) Add the flours one after the other in the sequence mentioned, chickpea, wheat, maize and then nachni, stirring continuously
3) When the flours are well cooked, the ghee will start oozing out from the edges. This may take upto 20 min for this much quantity. Remove from flame and let it cool down completely
4) Add the powdered sugar, cardamom powder, saffron threads and roughly chopped nuts and mix well
5) Form small balls and garnish with  nuts.


Tip : If the mixture appears to be very dry , add some warm milk.

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14 responses to “Multigrain Laddoos

  1. yummy healthy ladoos.glad to know you through BM.Happy to follow you.

  2. Healthy ladoos , every kid will like it for sure!

  3. Just wow, wat a best way to sneak these nutrtious grains, loving those laddoos.

  4. fully nutritious and comforting ladoo…

  5. such a healthy ladoo version… !!

  6. Very nutrtious ladoos Pradnya. Perfect for kids…

  7. Pradnya these are so healthy…now I will ask you to make some and courier them…I am a big fan of ladoos…awesome.

  8. They look so inviting ..

  9. Such healthy laddus and i am sure this will give your chotta bheem all the necessary nutrition to jump around 🙂 In btw, my kids also love Chota bheem and that is all they watch when they come to India.

  10. Love that it's a quickie dish. And so healthy too..

  11. sounds inviting and healthy one…

  12. Ah..if only my boys want to do that as well..they are Chota Bheem fans no doubt, however they only like to watch him do it..:)..those laddos look so good..

  13. lovely and nutritious as well.

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