DRY FRUITS LADDOOS/ BALLS

1A ball full of plain goodness. A ball full of yumminess. A ball full of flavor blast. A ball full of your everyday needs. That is what this laddoo or balls resemble.

I often buy nuts and dry fruits and make an attempt to have it everyday by getting it in tiffin. 2 cashew, 2 almonds, 2 walnuts, 2 dates. But most often I tend to forget it or do not pack it when in a hurry. This laddos ensure that I have everyday dose of essential nutrients and proteins in just 1 mouthful.

It is very good for kids. You can pack it in their tiffin or place one in their mouth on their way to school. Or you could just have it as a dessert.

This is again a no cook version. You hardly need 10 minutes to make these delicious balls.

Please do try and let me know how it turned out for you. Commenting is super easy. Just enter your name (or anonymous if you do not want to reveal your identity) and your comment and submit. Voila.

3INGREDIENTS:

Dates – 1/4 cup

Cashews – 1/4 cup

Almonds – 1/4 cup

Raisins – 2 tblspn

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Take chopped dates in a blender and blend.
  2. Add chopped nuts and raisins in the blender and blend.
  3. You will get a coarse mixture.
  4. Take it out in a plate and start making balls.

Done. Super simple right. You can add your choice of nuts. If you want added sweetness you can add 1 tblspn of honey.

My office friends loved it. Hope you will too.4

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Hira says:

    Will it bind good? What kind of dates – dry or other one?

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    1. yeleena says:

      Yes, Dates has good binding property…i used the dry de-seeded dates.. .. when you put it in blender it will chop finely as well as give texture for binding

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      1. Hira says:

        hmm. dry one. Can you post a pic here? Thanks !

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      2. yeleena says:

        Definitely. Will do.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi , Just wanted to know, if this laddoo’s will stay fresh for may be a week or is it only for immediate consumption ?

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    1. yeleena says:

      Hi. I had it for evening snack for 2-3 days. For longer time duration, it would be better to store it in fridge.

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