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Celebrate This Diwali With Healthy High Protein Ladoos

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Who doesn’t love a ladoo? we all love it in some or other way & we don’t need a reason, we find reasons to eat ladoos in our everyday life. Even all our occasions start with the sweetness of Ladoos. Being a typical Rajasthani Marwari, I have grown up eating traditional Boondi Ladoos which is not that healthy & loaded full of sugars but is fine if eaten in a moderate amount. So being into the Health & Wellness industry I keep on innovating & experimenting with foods. Here, I came up with these recipes for healthy high protein ladoos.

How the heck did I get an idea of Protein Ladoos? – When Ladoo met Protein

I was having a discussion with my colleague on whey protein supplements & how this Diwali we can celebrate it in a healthy way. Whenever there is a celebration, it is not complete without sweets! So when ladoo met Whey Protein it led to the birth of Protein ladoos.

I’ll be describing here 2 version of High Protein Ladoos

Whey Protein Ladoos

whey protein ladoos- healthy high protein ladoos
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Prep Time 10 – 15 Mins

Ingredients:

  1. Whole Roasted Oats or Powdered Oats (1/2 cup)
  2. Dry fruits Mix powdered (7-8 Almonds & 3-4 Walnuts)
  3. Roasted Peanut powder (1 tbsp)
  4. whey protein (1 scoop) (chocolate flavor preferred)- I used Belgian Chocolate
  5. Cinnamon powder (2 pinches)
  6. powdered Jaggery or Raw Honey (1 tbsp)

Procedure & Instructions:

  • Mix oats, dry fruit powder, whey protein, cinnamon powder & peanut powder in a Bowl
  • Add 1 tbsp Powdered jaggery or Raw Honey 3.) Add 5-6 tbsp of Water in the mixture & then mix thoroughly with tbsp (u can use your hand as u dough), it should form like a dough, form small Ladoos & serve.
  • Your Irresistible Delicious protein Ladoo is ready.

Oats & Nuts Ladoo

oats and nuts ladoos
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Prep Time 10 – 15 Mins

Ingredients:

  1. Whole Roasted Oats or Powdered Oats (1/2 cup)
  2. Dry fruits Mix powdered(10 Almonds & 4-5 Walnuts)
  3. Roasted Peanut Powder (2 tbsp)
  4. Cinnamon powder (2 pinches)
  5. Powdered Jaggery or Raw Honey (1 tbsp)
  6. Desi Ghee (1 tbsp)

Procedure & Instructions:

  • Add 1 tbsp Ghee in Grinded Oats
  • Add 2 pinches of Cinnamon Powder
  • Add 2 tbsp of Roasted Peanut Powder
  • Add Dry Fruits Powder
  • Add 1 tbsp of Raw Honey or Powdered Jaggery with 4-5 tbsp of Water & mix it well
  • Form a dough & your healthy, delicious, tempting ladoos are ready.

Read also – 1)Relish these Healthy Treats guilt free this Diwali 2) https://www.neat-nutrition.com/blogs/news/high-protein-desserts-in-10-minutes-or-less

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Written by Suyash Bhandari

A computer graduate turns his passion into his profession after successful weight loss & road towards a better health.
Being living example of his principles & teachings he believes everyone promoting health & fitness should be a living example of their techniques & knowledge.
He has worked in hospital & gym settings and has dealed with Healthy (Fit - Sick) as well as diseased people which gave him varied experience of Biochemical Individuality.
He believes in treating the body as a whole system and finding the root cause of a problem instead of traditional symptomatic approach treatment.
He loves coaching & educating people and making them aware about their body mind connection & nature’s way of living.

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