Millet Ladoo Ingredients:

• Organic sprouted Ragi flour
• Organic sprouted Foxtail millet flour
• Organic sprouted Pearl(Bajra) flour
• Organic sprouted Sorghum(Jowar) flour
• Organic Jaggery
• Desi Cow(A2 protein) ghee
• Organic Cardamom powder.

Storage: store in airtight container.

Shelf life: 25 days from the date of manufacture.







Millet Ladoos – Made with Sprouted Organic Millet Flours

Millet ladoo, made from organic sprouted millet flours using Grandma’s favourite recipe, is an exquisite South Indian dessert.

Our Millet ladoos are made with organic sprouted millets flours, Desi Cow (A2) ghee and organic Jaggery. These healthy ladoos are power house of minerals and proteins.

Millet Ladoo Ingredients:

• Organic sprouted Ragi flour
• Organic sprouted Foxtail millet flour
• Organic sprouted Pearl(Bajra) flour
• Organic sprouted Sorghum(Jowar) flour
• Organic Jaggery
• Desi Cow(A2 protein) ghee
• Organic Cardamom powder.

Storage: store in airtight container.

Shelf life: 25 days from the date of manufacture.

  • 375 gms: 15 pieces: Cost: Rs 300

  • 300 gms: 12 pieces: Cost: Rs 240

We deliver freshly made Sprouted Millet Flours Ladoos. If not in stock it might take up to 3 days to ship. If urgent, please Call/WhatsApp at 8088555966.

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Millets are high in fibre, gluten-free and packed with nutrients. Millets are best eaten if sprouted.

When we sprout Millets, we convert a dormant seed into a live plant. Millets contains Phytates, Phytic Acid, Polyphenols, Tannins, Flavonoids and Trypsin which are nutrition inhibitors. These anti nutrients can cause stomach ache, bloating and constipation.

Anti-nutrients can bind to certain dietary minerals and make it very hard for our body to digest & absorb these minerals. In the sprouting process these anti-nutrients break away and enable absorption of nutrients such as protein, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and zinc. Sprouting not only produces Vitamin C but also increases vitamin B content. Sprouting makes it easy to digest Millets.

According to a research, the process of germinating Ragi increases calcium and iron levels substantially while reducing fats. Sprouting also increases concentration of other vitamins & minerals. Decrease in starch and increase in fiber and protein lowers glycemic index of Sprouted Ragi as compared to non-sprouted Ragi.

According to the National Institute of Nutrition in India, 100 grams of Ragi contains 344 mg calcium which is very high for a grain. It makes Ragi one of the best non-dairy sources of calcium.

Ragi is an excellent source of natural iron and thus a boon for those with low haemoglobin levels. Sprouting Ragi increases Vitamin C levels making it easy for the body to absorb iron into bloodstream. Ragi’s high dietary fibre content ensures slow release of sugar in your blood making you feel full for a long time. No wonder Ragi is called a superfood for people with diabetes.

Free grazing Desi Cow’s A2 protein ghee is the best to maintain your digestive system. It also controls the blood circulation system. There are numerous benefits of using Desi Cow ghee such as

• Increased stamina,
• More bone strength,
• Increased resistance to various diseases.

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“Millet ladoos are very tasty. The ingredients used are in the right proportion. They are nutritious and perfect snack. My son likes millet ladoos a lot.”

Kiranmai Sripada

“We knew that millets are healthy and best absorbed by the body when eaten after sprouting. First time we came across millet ladoos which were made from sprouted millet flours. These ladoos are made with Desi Cow(A2) ghee, which helps in the digestion of millets. Not only are these ladoos healthy but tasty too. One ladoo in the morning can actually be your breakfast option”

Kavita Srivastava

I found Prachi’s Millet Ladoos a great combination of taste and health. It is guilt free snack with jaggery and sprouted millets, great for fitnesss freaks like me!”

Amrita