Sugar Free Til Ke Ladoo

A fast and easy recipe for Til ke Ladoo that is fit for any festival or special occasion. A sweet dessert that is also healthy while being tasty and simple to make. It has only 3 major ingredients, hence it isn't a hassle to make; additionally these ladoos can even last upto a month in the refrigerator.


Table of Content

  1. What is Til Ke Ladoo?
  2. Quick and Easy Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo
  3. How to make Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo?
  4. Expert Tips
  5. Recipe Card  


What is Til ke Ladoo ?

​​Til ke Ladoos are sweet snack balls that are prepared and consumed in almost every Indian household. They are toasted sesame seeds, mixed with melted jaggery and ghee, and formed into a ladoo with some nuts. They are crispy from the outside and chewy on the inside. Sesame ladoo also has many health benefits. Sesame seeds are high in magnesium that help in keeping the blood pressure low.


Quick and Easy Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo

The is a simple and convenient recipe that is ready in just 10 minutes, and can also be stored in the fridge for upto a month. A recipe that has so many good things is guaranteed to go into everyone's dessert list. So, what are you waiting for? Try this recipe and let us know how many of them you gobble up in a go.  


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    How to make Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo ?

    1) In a stainless steel frypan, toast some white sesame seeds for 3-4 minutes, or until they get golden brown and set them aside.

    Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo

    2) Now to the empty pan add some desi ghee and organic jaggery, melt it with some water.
    Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo

    3) To the hot, melted jaggery, add your toasted sesame seeds, followed by some chopped mix nuts.
    Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo

    4) Mix it all together so everything is covered with the melted jaggery.
    Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo

    5) Transfer it into a bowl and with wet hands, form it into ladoos of your desired size.
    Sugar-free Til ke Ladoo


    Expert Tips

    1. Toast the sesame on low heat, otherwise they might start burning and popping.
    2. Water is necessary in the jaggery as it adjusts the liquid to the perfect coating consistency.
    3. The nuts add the extra crunch to the ladoo so do not skip them.

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