Easy ladoo recipes for festive season

Easy ladoo recipes for festive seasonWith Holi around the corner, celebrate the warmth of this festival with sweetness of these yummy and delicious ladoo recipes. Holi is celebrated with zest and enthusiasm all around India and its among India’s premier festivals. Browse through the collection of Easy ladoo recipes for festive season. 

This festival is the harbinger of light, warm and beautiful days of spring. The day of Holi is observed as a ‘Holi-day‘ and people are seen on the streets applying Gulaal and Abeer (festival colors) on each other.Indian festival calendar

colorLaddu or laddoo are round-shaped sweets made mostly of flour (flour vary by recipe), sugar and nuts. They form an important part of festival feasts.

Whether be Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri or Holi, this is one of the must have sweet in every household and are often distributed during religious ceremonies. None of the Indian festival or occasions are complete without Ladoos. Easy ladoo recipes for festive season

Easy ladoo recipes for festive season-

Motichoor Ladoo – Small pearl size boondi balls are fried and later dipped in sugar syrup to form this delicious delight.

Boondi Ladoo – Small pearl size boondi balls are fried and later dipped in sugar syrup to form this delicious delight.

Til ke ladoo – A winter delight prepared with Gur and chopped nuts.Easy ladoo recipes for festive seasonSabudana ladoo – Ladoos prepared with sago pearls and dry coconut taste scrumptious, and nutty. 

Coconut ladoo – Just 4 ingredients are required to make this yummy and delicious ladoos. Mouth watering and utterly delicious!!

Besan Ladoo – A quick and easy Indian sweet made from chickpea flour. Perfect for any Indian festival – Holi or DiwaliEasy ladoo recipes for festive season

Keep checking back for more delicious recipes coming soon this year in..2017!images

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4 Responses

  1. Dr. Maya Rao says:

    Ruchi, please tell me what is the difference between the Motichoor and Boondi ladoos?

    • Ruchi says:

      The difference is in the size of boondis.
      Mootichoor ladoos are made up tiny boondis whereas boondi ladoos has big boondi balls.

  2. Sonal says:

    Loved the collection Ruchi :). I am planning to try the motichoor ladoo..

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