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This is my 3rd recipe of ladoo. This time I tried out with Gluten free flours and made this as prasad for Navratri. A very simple and a very healthy ladoo and easy to make. Β Being a sweet tooth I crave for some thing sweet after lunch πŸ˜› So this is a good option. As usual I have added Jaggery instead of Sugar.

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Jowar Flour/Sorghum Flour : 1/2 cup

Soy Flour : 1/2 cup

Finger Millet Flour/Ragi Flour : 1/2 cup

Poppy Seeds : 1/4 cup

Jaggery/Gur : 1/4 cup (powdered and packed)

Ghee/Clarified butter :Β 3 tablespoons

Water : as needed to melt jaggery


  • Dry roast eachΒ flour in low- medium separately for at least 7 to 8 mins. Make sure to stir continuously, so that the flour is evenly roasted. A nice aroma should come while roasting.
  • Combine all the roasted flours.
  • Β Dry roast poppy seeds for 3 to 4 mins and mix with the flour.
  • Heat ghee in a pan, when it is hot and melted , mix with the flours and stir well.
  • Next heat jaggery with water just enough to dissolve. When it is hot enough, mix with flour.
  • Mix everything well.
  • Now it will be hot, as we have added everything hot. Leave for 2 to 3 mins.
  • Apply little ghee in palms and make balls/ladoo.
  • Not much of ghee was required for me. But if you want the shape to be very perfect then add some more ghee and prepare ladoo balls.
  • Make sure do not over roast or under roast the flour and poppy seeds.

Enjoy these healthy ladoo’s πŸ™‚ You can also add all the nuts and raisins.