Guilt-Free Ragi Recipe For Quarantine Cooking- Ragi Ladoo

Guilt-Free Ragi Recipe For Quarantine Cooking- Ragi Ladoo

Guilt-Free Ragi Recipe For Quarantine Cooking- Ragi Ladoo

Ayanah Shah

We are lucky because the Indian landscape is rich and provides a wealth of healthy grains in abundance. One such with great benefits is Finger Millets aka 'Ragi'. I have made these countless number of times for my family and they turn out wonderful.

Ragi recipes are usually one of the most nutritious and healthy. Ragi is rich in calcium, protein, vitamin, fiber, and carbohydrate. Ragi ladoos are delicious sweet balls made using ragi flour, ghee, natural sweetener, and some nuts. Yes, you heard it right. Made with just 4 ingredients, this ragi recipe is tasty and very easy to make. We have used jaggery as a sweetener here and added cashew nut bits and mildly favored the ladoos with cardamom powder, but the addition of nuts is purely optional. This ragi recipe serves as a healthy tasty snack for kids and adults alike and can be made on special occasions too. 

Your child's daily nutritional needs are being met through this yummy ragi recipe.

So, are you trying this power-packed easy ragi recipe for your little and loved ones? 

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Ragi Ladoo


1. 3 Cup Slurrp Farm Organic Sprouted Ragi Powder (finger millet) flour

2. 2 Cups Organic Jaggery Powder

3. 4 Tbsp ghee

4. One tsp of Elaichi Powder 

5. Two Tbsp almonds (chopped/powdered) 

6. Two Tbsp raisins (chopped/powdered)

All the nuts can be substituted for 3 tsp Slurrp Farm Organic Nut Powder


1. Heat 4 tbsp ghee in a deep pan and roast 3 cups Ragi (finger millet) flour. On a low flame for about 5 - 7 mins. One of the most important things you need to remember while making these ladoos is to roast the ragi very well. If there is even a slight rawness, then this will cause stomach aches.



2. Grind together, some lightly roasted dry fruits.



3. Add 2 cups of jaggery powder to one cup of water. Boil for 5 mins.

4. To the above, add a pinch of Elaichi powder.

5. Pour the jaggery syrup into the mix.

6. If you like the flavour, add 1 tbsp cardamom powder to the mix.



5. Use your hands to mold the mix into round balls. Use more ghee if they are too dry and crumbling.



6. Your healthy Foxtail Millet Ragi Ladoo is ready! Enjoy the guilt-free binging!


Did you try the soft and deliciously addictive ragi ladoos? Please share your quarantine recipe with us and what are you cooking in your kitchen to keep your loved ones happy and get featured.

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