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Sugarless Oats Ladoo: Learn How to Make Oatmeal Delicious for a Vegan Sweet Treat


Perhaps you are here for a sweet treat. But when you are visiting Mercury IMP, you know you are in a for a healthy treat, right? Health is what we dream of. Healthy recipes are one way to live our dream. Of course, you cannot deny the role of a healthy exercise regimen for a healthy you, isn't it? So this oatmeal ladoo recipe comes with a yummy twist. This is absolutely nutty and 100% vegan. Yes, my dear friends, if you are looking for a vegan sweet treat, then this sugarless oatmeal ladoo recipe is going to be a big hit with your loved ones. One try is a must.

sugarfree ladoo oats


The oats ladoo recipe takes inspiration from Radha Natarajan's oats wheat flakes ladoo, though I have come up with my own twists and modifications.


Here's the sugarless oats ladoo recipe that makes a healthy snack for preschoolers. If you are bored with oats and wondering how to make oatmeal delicious, then this is it.



Ingredients

1/2 cup- oatmeal

1/4 cup- poha/rice flakes

1/4 cup- cornflakes /wheat flakes/ragi flakes/multigrain flakes

2 tbsp- jaggery powder (please add more for more sweetness)

1 tbsp- saunf (fennel seeds)

 2-3 tbsp- water

1/2 -1 tsp- olive oil
4 tbsp- almond butter (here's how to make almond butter at home)

Nuts of your choice
Sesame seeds





Here's the video recipe to make almond butter at home


How to make oatmeal delicious


Dry roast poha (rice flakes/flattened rice) and cornflakes. Keep aside.

Dry roast powdered oats.Keep aside.
Dry roast nuts and sesame seeds (til).
Heat gur/jaggery in a nonstick pan. Keep the flame low. You may add raw cane sugar if you do not have jaggery.

Add almond butter. Mix and heat on low flame for 1-2 minutes.


Stir in saunf (fennel seeds).
 Add olive oil and mix.
 Add water and mix well.

The mixture will become a mass. Heat for 1 minute.
Add the roasted oats, poha, and nuts. Mix well.

 Mix everything well and turn off the flame.
 Try to bind the dough into ladoos while the mixture is still hot. But please do not burn your hands. Roll the ladoos in oatmeal powder. This is optional.
Delicious sugarless ladoos with oatmeal are ready.

 Pack the oatmeal ladoos in a jar upon cooling completely.If you have been looking for a quick healthy snack for preschoolers, this is it.
Time to enjoy healthy oats ladoos.

Comments

  1. Lovely recipe. Sugarfree and so vry healthy

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  2. Wonderful illustrated information. I thank you about that. No doubt it will be very useful for my future projects. Would like to see some other posts on the same subject! Orissa Ration Card Status

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