Laddus are are often served at festive or religious occasions. It is made of flour, minced dough and sugar with other ingredients that vary by recipe. Preparing laddu is very simple and needs no expertise. Most Indian moms & grand moms make all kinds of healthy and tasty laddus.

Maalaadu – Split Roasted ChickPeas Balls with Quinoa Flour


Maalaadu – pottukadalai urundai is roasted dalia sweet balls. Quinoa Flour used here, is one of the most nutritious grain flour available. They remain fresh for about 10 days when stored in an airtight container. This is a no stove dish.

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Mom’s Dry Fruit and Oats Laddu

Dried fruit is very nutritious.We have a variety of dry fruits to keep your sweet tooth and your nutritious diet in balance. In this recipe, dry fruits used are Almonds, Cashewnuts, Raisins and dates along with Oats.

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Rava Laddu


Rava is a wheat product and it is absolutely delicious recipe of RavaDosa. It’s simple and easy to prepare recipes with rava. One of them is making Rava Laddu. This is a traditional sweet that usually made during many festivals like Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi.

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Choco Rava Laddu


Rava laddu is one among the traditional and authentic recipes that is prepared for all festivals. This is simple yet yummylicious sweet recipe – the choco rava laddu.

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Foxtail Millets Laddu | Thinai Laddu


It is the second-most widely planted species of millet.We prepared this laddu using the foxtail millet popularly known as Thinai in Tamil and Kangni in Hindi. Foxtail millet references goes back to Sangam period of Tamil literature and it is often associated with Lord Murugan/Subramanya.

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