For the final day of making snacks for Toddlers, I made a quick Ladoo made with Oats, Sesame and Peanuts. I actually don't remember making this for my kids as they never liked sweets other than chocolates. However over the years Konda started eating some of the Indian Sweets. My boys are still to pick up the habit.
However this ladoo comes recommended from here
and I thought I should try it for ourselves who enjoy Ladoos. I made with just quarter cup of measurement and having always been in the habit of making ladoos, this was quite familiar to us.
Oats Sesame Peanut Ladoo
Oats - 1/4 cup
Sesame Seeds - 2 tbsp
Roasted Peanut - 2 tbsp
Grated Jaggary - 1/4 cup (adjust to your taste)
Ghee - 1 tsp
How to make Oats Sesame Peanut Ladoo
Heat a non stick pan and on medium heat, dry roast oats and sesame separately until lightly golden.
Let them cool down. Add roasted peanuts to the mix and in a blender, pulse couple of times to get a smooth powder.
Add grated jaggary and blend again. Transfer to the bowl, add melted ghee and roll to a tight ball.
Store in a air tight box.
Sending this to Sapana, who is guest hosting my Kids Delight Event, themed on Snacks for Toddlers
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Labels: Blogging Marathon, For age group after 1, Indian Sweets, Jaggary Recipes, Ladoo Varieties, Oats Recipes, SBS Indian Sweets, Sesame Seeds, Snacks under 30 Mins, Step by Step Recipe, Toddler Recipes