Oats and Peanut Laddoo are very healthy and tasty. The recipe is super quick and easy to make with ingredients you’ve at home. Peanut butter sandwiches are mine favorite.
What’s your favorite idea of having peanut butter? Many of us have a misconception about peanut butter that it imparts so many calories. But my dear friend I think here you underestimate peanut butter.
Let’s have a quick look at the health benefits of peanut butter:
Helps in losing weight: It imparts 180 calories per serving but the combination of fiber and protein gives you the feeling of fullness and get control over your cravings. A powerhouse of nutrition: Loaded with antioxidants and minerals reduces the risk of many diseases like heart problems, diabetes, and other chronic health conditions. So next time doesn't count your calories while eating peanut butter.
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I’ve tried Monsoon special snack-time recipes from Dr. Oetker FunFoods Creative Kitchen. Chef Gaurav Chadha, In-house Chef, Dr. Oetker India Pvt. Ltd. has crafted some innovative recipes to help you create delectable restaurant style snacking recipes at home. I’ve also tried some recipes Macaroni with Creamy Bell Peppers & Cheese Onion Pizza.
Today I’m Trying August Festive recipes Oats and Peanut Ladoo using Dr. Oetker FunFoods Peanut Butter. It is a quick and easy recipe.
Oats and Peanut Ladoo Recipe
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes
100 g Oats
50 g Cashewnuts, chopped
50 g Almonds, crushed
50 g Jaggery Powder
75 g (5 tbsp) Dr. Oetker FunFoods Peanut Butter Crunchy
50 ml Water
1 tsp Desiccated Coconut Powder
2 tbsp, Desi Ghee
1. Heat non-stick pan (slow flame) and dry roast oats for 2-3 minutes. In a blender jar add oats and grind it coarsely. Keep it aside.
2. In a non-stick pan (medium flame), add cashew nuts, almonds, jaggery powder, peanut butter, and water. Stir and cook for 2-3 minutes or till jaggery melts off.
3. Add oats, coconut powder, and 1 tbsp ghee to above mixture. Stir well and switch off the flame.
4. Apply remaining ghee in your palms and make small ladoo using above mix. Serve
Note: While making Ladoo make sure that mixture is warm if the mixture cools up it will be difficult to roll it up.