Ladoos/ quick energy bites are very easy to consume as well as make. They can be easily prepared in just 10 minutes, and can be stored without much worries. We enjoy these homemade snacks, and they have crossed generations feeding and nourishing us and we savor their taste and nutrition as our older generations used to.
These ladoos are wholesome and complete in themselves by being rich in every possible macro and micronutrient, and are summer friendly too.
- Supports the control and decrease of weight.
- Supports the control of blood sugar levels.
- It contributes to heart health promotion.
- Regulates blood pressure.
- It offers a quick and instant source of energy.
- Facilitates detoxification.
- Aids in blood purification.
- Improves hair and skin.
|Virgin cold pressed coconut oil/ Desi cow ghee||1/4 cup|
|Ragi flour||1/2 cup|
|Phool makhana||1 cup|
|Dried coconut||3/4 cup|
|Soft dates||1/4 cup|
- Ragi flour should first be dry roasted in a pan.
- Be sure to roast it over a low temperature to prevent burning.
- After it has been roasted, put it to a bowl and allow it to cool.
- Add desiccated coconut to the dry-roasted almonds.
- You can also dry roast it.
- Add deseeded dates and lightly toast them.
- Pour this mixture into another bowl.
- Fill the flour and jaggery basin with little bits.
- Transfer the dry-roasted phool makhana to the basin containing the flour and the jaggery.
- Fill a grinder with the entire contents of the flour bowl, and grind everything well.
- Now add the items from another bowl and grind them thoroughly as well.
- Add the flour that has been ground to the grinder, and give it a good mix.
- Put it in a bowl, and add oil to it.
- Divide it into small portions, and make ladoos of the batter with the help of your hands.
- And in this manner, “Ragi Makhana Ladoos” are ready!
- Ragi is packed with the goodness of high protein, fiber, and particularly high calcium content, along with being rich in iron, and potassium. It is also known as the “wonder grain for weight loss.”
- Phool makhana is a fantastic source of many micronutrients, including phosphorus, iron, magnesium, calcium, and magnesium.
- Vitamin E, monounsaturated fats, fiber, biotin, and minerals like calcium, phosphorus, copper, and magnesium are all abundant in almonds.
- Along with being abundant in selenium, copper, iron, and manganese, coconuts have a particularly high manganese content.
- Copper, iron, and magnesium are all abundantly present in jaggery.
- Antioxidants and micronutrients like copper, selenium, and iron are all abundant in dates.
|1764 Kcal||177 gm||27 gm||110 gm|
Calories= 117-120 Kcal/serve.