1. Dry Fruit Ladoos
A healthy recipe that involves no added sugar, it’s the perfect one for kids and serves ideally as a tasty mid-morning snack.
Prep time takes 10 minutes while you’ll need another 5 minutes to make the laddoos.
- For the prepping, you have to roast 1/4 cup almonds and 1/4 cup cashews on a medium flame for 2 minutes and dry roast the nuts in a microwave for 1 minute. Let them cool and roast seeds until you get the aroma. Heat 7 dates, 6 apricots, and 4 figs in a pan and after cooling, put them in a blender and keep it on until you notice the texture changing. You can add 1/4 cup walnuts to the mix and remove later, adding the cashews and almonds.
- For these dry fruit laddu recipes, all you do is take your prepared ingredients and knead them well. Divide the mix into 6 to 8 portion sizes and shape them into balls.
- For the garnish, roll up the balls on dried coconut powder or sesame seeds and you’re done.
You get about 6 to 8 ladoos which are fairly good for snack time. Just remember to store in a food grade airtight jar though.