Ladoo lovers, rejoice! Yes, they taste as good as they look! With zero added sugar and 100% vegan, these little pistachio-apricot ladoos (Indian sweet balls) are healthy and pack a nutritional punch! Loaded with plant-based ingredients, they’re Desi~licious and an ideal pick-me-up snack choice.
What Are Ladoos Made of?
Ladoos (also spelt laddus), in the South Asian culture, are simply balls of S.W.E.E.T.N.E.S.S. They make an appearance at nearly all celebratory events. You’ll find them at weddings, birthdays, graduations, and religious festivals. The party-list does go on!
Ladoos are made with different types of flours, and often laden with sugar and ghee. This easy and healthy spin on a traditional recipe is, let’s just say better for you! These little pistachio and apricot laddoos are the perfect sweet and crunchy treat. Talk about Desi~licious! What’s even better is that they are such a breeze to whip up; with only 3 ingredients and done in 5 minutes! Blend the ingredients in a food processor, roll into balls, roll in chopped pistachios, and you’re in heaven.
Vegan Paleo Gluten-free Dairy-free No-added sugar
That pretty much checks everyone on the list of dietary restrictions and you can enjoy them more often.
I love the apricot-pistachio combo – a nice change from using dates. I’ve used Malatya apricots and they taste luscious! Malatya, Turkey, is one of the main exporters of dried apricots in the world. The flavour is subtle, less acidic and full of aroma. I get mine