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Last Updated Wednesday December 07 2016 02:04 PM IST

Carrot coconut balls

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Carrot coconut balls

Thinking of what to send as snacks for your little one in school? If she has a sweet tooth, don't think twice, go for this delectable coconut carrot laddus. It's high on taste and keeps kids away from junk food.

Ingredients

Two large carrots

2 tbsp ghee

1 cup grated coconut

½ a tin condensed milk

A pinch of cardamom powder

3 tbsp sliced cashew nuts

½ cup grated coconut

Preparation

Clean the carrots, grate and keep aside

Heat ghee in a pan. Add grated coconut and carrot and sauté well on medium flame

Make sure it does not turn brown in color

Sauté for 10-15 minutes until the carrot turns tender

Add condensed milk and stir well again

After five minutes, when it is ready to be made into small balls, add cardamom powder and cashew nuts

Stir and remove from stove

Make tiny balls and roll in grated coconut before serving

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