These dry fruit laddus are a healthy delight! Delicious and full of energy giving nutrients, I call these dry fruit laddus Grandma’s protein bar.
Our dry fruit laddus are very tasty, nutritious and packed with protein. These dry fruit laddus are made with almonds, cashews and pista. Instead of sugar, these laddus are sweetened with dates, figs and raisins. The dry fruits are roasted in desi cow (A2) ghee for a healthier and more aromatic flavour. To make it even more nutritious and tasty, these dry fruit laddus are coated with Rajgira also known as popped Amaranth seeds or Ramdana.
Dry Fruit Laddu Ingredients:
• Rajgira or Popped Amaranth
• Free grazing certified Desi Gir Cow(A2) ghee.
Storage: Store in airtight container.
Shelf Life: 25 days from the date of manufacture.
We deliver freshly made Dry Fruit Ladoos. If not in stock it might take up to 3 days to ship. If urgent, please Call/WhatsApp at 8088555966.
These dry fruit laddus are like energy bars and are a very good option for those looking for healthy and nutrient rich snack. One can have this dry fruit laddu as a pre-workout or a mid-day snack.
We all are aware of the benefits of almonds, cashews and pista. Figs are rich in fiber which are a great source of calcium and keep you full for longer. Dates are packed with several nutrients, fiber and antioxidants, that provide health benefits ranging from improved digestion to a reduced risk of disease.
Did you know Rajgira also called as Amaranth grain or Ramdana is wonder grain or Super food? Amaranth plants are classified as psuedocereal which means that the seeds it produces can be eaten as grain.
Traditionally grown in India, it is of the same category of superfoods as Quinoa. According to modern research Rajgira or Amaranth grain has several health benefits. It is a true powerhouse, which can help prevent several chronic health conditions such as heart disease, cancer and stroke.
Hard working farmers in India started growing Rajgira for its great powers and felt grateful to God for its benefits. It’s called Ramdana, (God’s grain) or Rajgira (Royal grain) in different parts of India. The English name Amaranth comes from Latin Amarantus. It’s an imaginary flower that never fades. Amaranth grain is a superfood that has been cultivated for more than 8,000 years now because of its nutritional benefits.