SOFT, MOIST, AND DELICIOUS CARROT LADDUS!
Here is one more Indian sweets recipe for you. This one, my kids loved!
Made these little balls of goodness with my kid’s and they loved them!
I was inspired to make something with a bright vibrant orange color, similar to a boondi laddu, and decided to use carrots to do the job!
It worked perfectly at giving the laddus the color I was after, adding a wonderful texture.. and I’ll never say no to the opportunity of adding extra veggies into something!
I was trying to figure out how to explain what a laddu was without calling it an Indian bliss ball, so I googled it! Here is what I got –
“sphere-shaped sweets originated in the Indian subcontinent. Laddus are made of flour, Ghee/butter/oil, and sugar with other ingredients that vary by recipe like chopped nuts or dried raisins. They are often served at festive or religious occasions.” ⠀
So basically an Indian bliss ball. 😆
Whatever you call these babies, they are chewy, sweet, have that little perfect bit of crunch… basically straight-up delicious, and super festive!