|oats almond ladoo|
After having tried different kinds of sweets, I tried this super easy, quick, and healthy badam ladoo recipe that uses oats and almonds as the base. Before coming up with the final recipe, I had decided to make almond ladoos that I have made previously. While making ladoos this time, I decided to add oats to make these cute little balls healthier.
Badam Burfi Ladoo
The recipe does not disappoint, nor do these power-packed ladoos:
|almond oats ladoo|
1/2 cup oatmeal (powder)
1/2 cup almond powder
1/2 cup condensed milk (if you do not have, you may use 1 cup milk and mix it with 2 tbsp of milk powder and let it simmer on low flame.. stir intermittently until it reduces to half the amount) If you do not have milk powder, you can add 1 tbsp of ghee and 1 tsp of sugar to milk and let it simmer on low heat)
Jaggery (gur) - 1 medium size (as per your taste)
- Grind almonds (20-30).
- Grind oats.
- Take a heavy bottomed pan or a nonstick utensil.
- Add condensed milk. Throw in elaichi and mix.
- Drop almond powder into it.
- When the mixture starts to come together, add oats powder.
- Mix very well.
- Add grated gur. Stir well so that everything mixes well.
- Keep stirring so that the mixture does not stick to the bottom of the pan.
- Turn off the flame when the mixture comes together as a ball in the middle of the pan.
- Take a butter paper/ greased aluminum foil/ greased plate.
- Pour the mixture over it.
- Press with a chakli or heavy utensil.
- Cut into burfi shape or give the shape of ladoos.
- I sprinkled chopped almond pieces over the dough.