Saturday, October 20, 2018

Besan Badam Laddoo/ Gluten Free Gramflour Almonds Laddoos

Diwali is around the corner and everytime i will keep on looking for this festivals of lights to celebrate at home with my family. Again this year Diwali falls on a week day, but fortunately we are in fall break here. Hence this year's Diwali is going to be more fun than last year. Actually am planning to make couple of sweets and savouries for this occasion. I usually make laddoos with besan boondis which is quite a popular diwali sweet. Boondi laddoo calls for deep frying and sugar syrup to dish out these ultimate cuties. However easy version of Besan laddoos do exists and one among those easy laddoos is my today's Besan Badam Laddoos. One of the easiest laddoo i have prepared till today and quite a delicious one to share with your family and loved ones.

Almond Gramflour Laddoo,Besan Badam Laddoo

Just with usual ingredients, one can dish out this cuties with less efforts. Apart from roasting the besan aka gram flour, this sweet is definitely an easiest one to prepare for any festival or for a celebration. With less besan and more almond powder, one can prepare this laddoos quickly than the other traditional sweets we usually prepare for Diwali festival. Trust me you wont miss the usual Boondi laddoos if you dish out this nutty and easy laddoos. We enjoyed this laddoos very much. I went for sweetened condensed milk instead of sugar and milk. If you dont have sweetened condensed milk at home, dont worry, just replace it with sugar and milk. Sounds easy rite. Prepare these cuties for Diwali this time, and please your near ones with this ultimate gluten free sweet balls.

Besan Badam Laddoos

1/2cup Besan/Gram Flour
1cups Almond powder
1cup Sweetened condensed milk
Cardamon powder (as per need)
Chopped nuts (as per need) (optional)
1tbsp Ghee

Take the besan in a heavy bottomed pan and dry roast until a nice aroma comes from.

Add the almond powder, ghee and roast for a while.

Now add the sweetened condensed milk and cook everything in a medium flame until the mixture turns thick and gets off from the pan.

Badam Besan Laddoo, Almond Besan Laddus

Add the chopped nuts, cardamom powder, mix well.

Put off the stove.

Transfer the mixture to the plate, grease your hands and roll laddoos out of the mixture.

Make the laddoos while the mixture is slightly warm.

Conserve them in an air tightened box.

Almond besan Laddoo, Gluten free Besan Badam Laddoo

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10 comments:

kanika said... Reply To This Comment

Looking yummy

Mildly Indian said... Reply To This Comment

The addition of badam must be really bringing up the nutty flavour. I will love to try this

Jagruti Dhanecha said... Reply To This Comment

Here the same thing, we always check calendar and work it out when to celebrate Diwali, if it falls on weekdays. This Besan ladoos sounds so sumptuous and loving it as they have turned out so beautifully yellow colour.

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful looking laddus priya. A great addition to the Diwali menu!

jayashree rao said... Reply To This Comment

Besan ladoo with almonds and condensed milk looks so yumm. Lovely share for the festivities.

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

Here too when Diwali falls on a week day it comes and goes without much fanfare. Then the weekend is when we all celebrate it. A good idea to make these besan laddoos instead of frying boondi to make boondi ladoos.

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

Those are some addictive laddus, Priya. I bet your family enjoyed all these Pre-Diwali treats immensely.

skill acess said... Reply To This Comment

that is great delicious

GP CB said... Reply To This Comment

Amazing festive dessert to treat ourselves and family. These laddos look absolutely lush and perfectly shaped. Wish I can gooble few laddos from screen....

Geetha Priyanka said... Reply To This Comment

Absolutely delicious treat for upcoming festival. Laddos are perfectly shaped and looks lush.