oats ladoo

Oats Laddu with Jaggery

By Swasthi on July 19, 2022, Comments, Jump to Recipe

Oats Laddu Recipe – Oats Ladoo is one of the easy Indian sweets recipes that I love to prepare at home often. It can be prepared with sugar or jaggery and not much of ghee is needed and it is optional. They are non-sticky while you hold on and slightly chewy and taste good. They can be made absolutely fat free or vegan by eliminating the ghee.


oats ladoo

I had posted an oats burfi recipe last Diwali, so this time thought of sharing this laddu recipe too.

This recipe is a no fail one and needs no string consistency, while the burfi can become powdery or may not set well, if one goes wrong with the string consistency. Do try this healthy Easy Diwali Sweet Recipe.

I have used organic brown sugar cubes this time; you can use white sugar or brown sugar or even jaggery.

You can also check this Oats sesame ladoo and Oats dry fruits ladoo for variations. You can also check this collection of 31 ladoo recipes.

oats ladoo

Oats Laddu with Step by Step Pictures

1. Dry roast oats in a heavy bottom pan till you get a nice aroma. Do not discolor them. Set this aside to cool

dry roasting oatmeal in pan for oats laddu

2. Powder this coarsely in a mixer. Set aside.

blending in a blender to powder for oats laddu

3. Add 1 tbsp. water, coconut and sugar, mix and begin to cook.

addition of water coconut sugar to make oats laddu

4. After a while, the coconut will begin to release moisture. Add green cardamom powder.

coconut oatmeal moist mixture for oats laddu

5. Continue to cook till all the water evaporates. You can even see tiny sugar strings in the mix.

sugar strings in cooking oats laddu mixture

6. Add the oats powder, mix well and off the heat. Do not continue to cook else the mix will become dry and may not bind together to make balls.

addition of oatmeal to make oats laddu recipe

7. Add the raisins, nuts and ghee. Mix well.

addition of nuts raisins to make oats laddu

8. Transfer this to a plate and let it cool for around 5 mins, grease your palms and take small portions of this mix and roll to balls

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Oats Laddu with Jaggery

Oats Ladoo are delicious and healthy sweet balls made with rolled oats, coconut, jaggery and cardamoms.
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For best results follow the step-by-step photos above the recipe card

Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time15 minutes
Total Time25 minutes
Servings16
AuthorSwasthi

Ingredients (US cup = 240ml )

  • 1 cup jaggery or 200 grams grated or sugar (can reduce a bit)
  • 1 cup rolled oats or 100 grams
  • 1 cup coconut heaped or 150 grams grated fresh or frozen coconut
  • ¼ tsp green cardamom powder
  • 1 tbsp water
  • 1 tsp ghee /coconut oil / vegetable oil or butter +for greasing the palms
  • Ghee roasted Nuts and raisins as needed

Instructions

  • Heat a heavy bottom pan and dry roast oats till they smell good. Cool this completely, powder in a dry blender to suit your taste coarsely or finely and keep aside.
  • To the same pan, add jaggery, water and coconut. Stir and cook till the jaggery or sugar melts off. Add cardamom powder, cook stirring constantly, till you see strings in the mixture.
  • Time to add the powdered oats. Stir well. Switch off the stove. Stir in the ghee, nuts and raisins.
  • Let the temperature come down, roll small portions to balls with greased palms.

Alternative quantities provided in the recipe card are for 1x only, original recipe.

For best results follow my detailed step-by-step photo instructions and tips above the recipe card.

NUTRITION INFO (estimation only)

Nutrition Facts
Oats Laddu with Jaggery
Amount Per Serving
Calories 92 Calories from Fat 18
% Daily Value*
Fat 2g3%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Sodium 1mg0%
Potassium 36mg1%
Carbohydrates 16g5%
Sugar 13g14%
Vitamin C 0.2mg0%
Calcium 8mg1%
Iron 0.5mg3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Oats Laddu with Jaggery

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The recipe did not work. I had to throw it
In trash

3 stars
I tried it…. the taste was very good…but the mixture turned out hard… how to bind it then

HI Swasti,
Will dessicated coconut work in this recipe.
Zainab

Hi Swathi,

The recipe was easy but my ladoos turned out very hard, I’m not sure what went wrong ? I wonder if you can help ?

Thanks

Thanks mam ur recipies are too good and healthy too

5 stars
Hi swasthi,
I tried this recipe today and it was fabulous…..thanks for the great recipe…my family loved them…:)

Hi Swasthi,
Was wondering if I could use Stevia powder in place of sugar/ jaggery. if yes, how can I use it as it says on the container that I can’t heat it? Could you help?

Healthy recipes r beneficial for our health I want to learn more healthy recipes

Hi,

I wanted to know, if these laddoos can be stored or to be consumed immediately? If stored, outside or best to refridgerate?

Mam thanks for all the receipes i prepare kazzikayalu,so nice mam can u plz post the kobbri boorelu

Hi dear.
I made this reciepe today..much to my dismay it was a disaster.the jaggery had hardened …i switched off the gas when the jaggery was still sticky and watery as i felt it took quiet some time. The end ladoos were rock hard.pls help

Thanks swasthi for the prompt relpy.yes i do think its the quality of jaggery.even boiling water has not softened the ladoos 🙁
Pls suggest attributes of good jaggery. The jaggery i purchased was swad brand..extremely popular brand in mumbai and thane.

Tthanks swasthi

5 stars
How to clean the impurities from the grated jaggery ? In some of the sweets ,we are adding it directly to the blender to make powdered form. In case we are making the syrup of it, we will sieve to remove the dirt.

4 stars
I happen to try this as I wanted to do something very unique, it turned out to be big hit. Everyone at home liked it.

fyi…tried them today with the addition of chopped walnuts and flax seed powder for extra nutrition, turned out awesome! wanted to know if i can put them in the fridge o do i leave them outside? with fresh coconut in them, will they keep ok outside?

can this be made with quick oats? i’m having difficulty finding rolled oats in india…

just now I tried.. oats laddu was very tasty n yummy.. ate 6ladoos.. shall I use condensed milk in this?

This looks great but I can’t get fresh or frozen coconut. Can you make it with dried coconut?

Great – thanks! I also tried soaking the dried coconut in some warm water first and that worked fine too. Also added more cardamom – very yummy!

I tried this recepie and it came out well.. thnxx u

very very healthy and delicious ladoos there 🙂 looks so yummy !!

they look so yummmm… and adding oats gives you licence to eat laddoos without guilt 🙂

Wow Oats laddoo!! they look tempting , would luv to try them …