While so much talks about actually going to the shops happen, on the other side I see many do online shopping with such ease. Many have resorted to online shopping, including, trust me, even undies to their formal I am not very keen on online shopping as well.
So I can enjoy the Deepavali with things that interest me better. Cooking easy and simple Deepavali Sweets and Savories.
For this week's edition, it's Festival Special and we are showcasing Deepavali special.
First in the series is a very simple, No Cook Laddo, made with Cashew Almond Powder, Milk Powder, and Powdered Sugar. Making this hardly takes time and so is the time it takes to vanish as well. The one batch I made got over so fast, that hubby was shocked that my boys loved this and he didn't get to have the second helping of this laddo.
For Deepavali this year, make this easy breezy No Cook Cashew Almond Laddoo.
This was a great hit with my boys, who normally never eat regular sweets.
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No Cook Cashew Almond Ladoo - Easy Diwali Sweets ~ Cooking without Fire
- 1/2 cup Cashew Almond Powder
- 1/4 cup Sugar (or to taste)
- 1/4 cup Milk Powder
- 2 tsp Ghee
- A Pinch Cardamom Powder
- Chopped Almonds for garnish
How to make the Laddos
- Take the Cashew Almond Powder along with sugar, in a mixer and pulse it a couple of times to powder it finely.
- Then, transfer to a bowl, add in the milk powder, ghee. Mix well with your hands. If you are adding chopped almonds, add it now. Then, pinch out small balls, press well so that the laddos hold their shape.
- Serve as prasadam before partaking.