Coconut Ladoo with Rose Syrup

After a stressful house shift, we have settle down well in our new house and the sun has been showing its face which makes things more pleasant for us. I had picked up a rose syrup to make rose milk and as I was sipping through it last evening thinking what to do for my next post, I got this idea to make coconut ladoos using rose syrup. Totally loved these cute little snow-flakes beauties and they tasted yum, had to save a few to click some pictures. 

All I can say that the rose flavored coconut ladoos are soft and sweet with the right amount of flavor and sweetness. This is a 2 minute recipe and its perfect for those moments when you have less time and guests to attend to. If you don't have rose syrup no issues just make them plain or use food coloring if you prefer it colored.
Ingredients

Dessicated coconut - 1 1/2 cup and some for coating the ladoos
Rose syrup - 2 caps full/ 1 tbsp (I used Rooh Afza)
Condensed milk - 1/2 cup
Cardamom powder - 1/2 tsp
Ghee - 1 tsp

Method 

In a hot pat add the ghee and in medium-low flame add all the ingredients and keep mixing it until the mixture starts leaving the edges of the pan. There is a tendency for it to burn if you cook too much. Transfer it to a bowl. Grease your palms with some oil/ ghee and when it cools down a little and warm to handle start taking tsp size and roll them into balls. Roll them with the dessicated coconut and arrange them in a plate. Refrigerate for 20 minutes to set. You can store them in air tight containers for a week.

55 comments:

  1. hey nice and colourful ladoos

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  2. Delicious ladoos...Nice Clicks Dear......

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  3. that is yummy.. picture perfect!!!

    Sowmya

    Ongoing Event - Coconut

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    1. Hi Sowmya
      thanks for visiting my blog, will send in this entry for your coconut event

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  4. Its really yummy priya....happpy to visit my blog..i am ur newest follower..pls follow my blog too..keep in touch..

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    1. Hi Preethi, i hope you had a good time here. thanks for visiting, will sure follow you too

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  5. wow Priya good idea...nice clicks..

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    1. thank u Shanthi :) lovely to get a compliment from someone who takes great pictures :) very happy

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  6. Beautiful pictures,makes me drool,can imagine the taste,wish I could grab one from the screen.

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  7. I am drooling here, by seeing these pinkish ladoos. Surely tastes awesome!

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    1. :) thanks Sanoli... it tastes really good... saved some for hubby ;)

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  8. I had been thinking about this, since we usually make it without the rose syrup and I love that pink color, so cute and yumm..

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  9. Glad to you are finished with your house shifting and all.. Cute coconut balls looks super attractive.

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  10. Delicious coconut ladoo Priya. Looks really nice, very nice clicks too.

    I like your header, really good.

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    1. Thanks Swathi :-) great that you liked it, so happy

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  11. Lovely color Priya! a great idea and delicious looking ladoos

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  12. Beautiful color, addition of rose milk is a nice touch.

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    1. Thanks Naga, i used just the syrup dear :-)

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  13. I too make this the same way...Love the color and they are super delicious...Beautiful clicks dear..

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    1. thanks Reshmi, getting a compliment from a good photographer makes me too elated. But can't beat you dear ;-)

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  14. Very yummy...looks perfect. Would like to have it now...

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    1. oh sure why not ;-) thanks Shanthi

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  15. Wow Lovely pink colour... I want to have it too... priya's ladoo, divya's ladooo... let me do a laddooo first.... haha.. awesome....

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    1. Hi Jillu :D tell me about it, Divya and me had a good laugh over these ladoo's we planned to exchange them :P and you can join us with some ladoo fun ;-)

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    2. Yipeee. made some lovely laddus and had.... thanks dearies....

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    3. wow that was fast Jillu :-) so happy for you...

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    4. I made simple laddos.. will post it soonn.....

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  16. woow looks yummy pinky pinky

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  17. They look like fairy drops. yummilicious. I am ur recent follower.
    KU the good work

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  18. That colour is just tooo cute! pretty in pink! Lovely clicks

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  19. That looks so cute Priya. Pretty in pink

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  20. That looks so cute Priya. Pretty in pink.

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  21. Visiting ur space first time.and i fell in love with these ladoos.my daughter would them as she's in "pink" mode now!!

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    1. thanks Princy :)I 'm sure your daughter will adore them, let me know how you liked them

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  22. Wow! very cute pink ladoos..

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  23. Wow Priya... These pinkies look adorable! hubby loves coconut barfi... and this is such a cute version of it. Loved the idea... am definiely making it! :) bookmarked it!!

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  24. wow dear,lovely ladoo...u have made it perfectly.

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  25. Hey I have just put together the ingredients for my coconut rose sweets too...will be making them tonight:) I am so glad you made them..atleast I know now, how they will look like...very cute and love the pink!!

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    1. :) glad to know Preethi, let me know how you liked them? :)

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  26. So cute coconut ladoos with great clicks, well done dear!!!

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  27. Hi Dear, your ladoos are so adorable like kids. I have a question please reply. I have dry coconut , can i use that to make these ladoos?

    please reply as i want to try them

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    1. Hi Pari, :-) thank u so much, yes you can use dry coconut but make sure you follow the same procedure (cook before rolling them). It would great if they are fine and not thick. Let me know how it turns out... enjoy

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  28. Hi Priya!Looks so tempting.Would want to try soon.

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