Dry Fruits Laddu – Dry Fruits Ladoo

October 2, 2015 Diwali SweetsHoli RecipesNavaratri SpecialSweets/Desserts  13 comments

Woah!! Its been 2 wonderful years since I started blogging!! 🙂  My blog has kept me busy, improved my cooking skills/my way of presenting food, given me a new identity, made me feel proud and what not!!! The happiest moments have always been a comment/feedback, a phone call or a message/picture from my readers and friends who are following MyMagicPan!! A BIG BIG THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart to all of you!! Hope to get your continued support and encouragement..

This Dry Fruits Laddu is purely a post to celebrate this occasion. Its a very easy, simple and SUGAR FREE sweet!! Yes u read it right!! It is SUGAR-FREE!!

Here is the video..



Now to the recipe…


Dry Fruits Laddu My Magic Pan

[Preparation Time-10 mins : Cooking Time- 5 mins]

Dry Fruits Laddu Ingredients:

  • Dates – 20
  • Fig – 3 to 4
  • Almonds – a handful
  • Pistachios – a handful
  • Cashewnuts – a handful
  • Ghee – 1 tsp


Dry Fruits Laddu My Magic Pan



  • Remove the seeds from dates. Chop the dates and figs roughly. Keep it aside. Heat a pan and dry roast all the nuts until slightly brown. Let it cool.

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  • Grind it in a mixer into a coarse powder. Keep it aside. Now in the same mixer grind the chopped dates and figs into a coarse paste. Heat a pan with ghee.

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  • Add the coarsely ground dates mixture and nuts mixture. Saute in low flame for a few mins or until well combined. This will not take more than 3-5 mins. It should not stick to the pan. Let it cool. Take a small amount of mixture and shape it into balls while it is still warm.

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Thats it!! Easy and Yummy Dry Fruits Laddu is ready.

Store in air tight container.


Dry Fruits Laddu - My Magic Pan



  1. There is no specific measurement to make this Dry Fruits Laddu. U can increase or reduce each dry fruit or nut according to your taste and availability.
  2. U can add raisins along with dates and figs too.
  3. U can add a pinch of cardamom powder and make the laddu. I have not added any as I wanted it as is.
  4. The above measurements yields 12-15 laddus.
  5. This does not require much ghee, just a tsp would do.
  6. While shaping the laddus, ghee is not required as it will not stick to your palms.
  7. This stores well for 4-5 days in room temperature. Am sure it will be finished by then 🙂


PS: Post updated with video – 4/2/17 🙂

13 comments to Dry Fruits Laddu – Dry Fruits Ladoo

  • veena  says:

    healthy dessert to mark the occasion happy anniversary .. keep rocking

  • Nalini Somayaji  says:

    inviting delicious healthy laddu…I am loving it..send me some Sundari Nathan..

  • Traditionallymodernfood  says:

    Happy blog anniversary dear..perfect way to celebrate the occassionally.. Yummy ladoo..my all time fav

  • Jeena  says:

    Firstly congratulations dear and ladoos look just wow and healthy perfect for the occasion..Wishing U for many more years of Happy Blogging..

  • kushi  says:

    Congratulations dear and wish you many more 🙂 This ladoo looks so perfect, yummy! Please pass me some.

  • marudhuskitchen  says:

    this ladoo looks so tempting and healthy

  • gayathri  says:

    Dry fruits ladoos looks cute and yummy.congraz on your second year. Happy blogging.

  • Gloria  says:

    looks super delicious….feel like grabbing few….Congrats dear

  • gayathri  says:

    Congrats Sundari..healthy ladoo, perfectly made..

  • swathi  says:

    congrats, wishing many more years of happy blogging lovely ladoo

  • Shobha  says:

    Delicious & my favourite laddu………congrats & keep blogging.

  • sudha  says:

    Congratulations dear for your blog anniversary….laddu are awesome.healthy & inviting.

  • Shobana vijay  says:

    Simple and easy to make..Healthy too

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