The school our son goes to has one day of the week dedicated to cooking and kitchen skills. From peeling and cutting to making something edible, with minimal help, these kids are learning some basic life skills and absolutely loving it.
Recently, they made coconut laddoos with just three ingredients. They look and taste delicious, and best of all, kids can do this all by themselves.
Makes about 10 pieces
- 2 cups desiccated coconut (plus 3 tbsp more for top coating)
- 1 cup condensed milk
- 2 tbsp Rooh Afza syrup
- Combine all ingredients, making sure the syrup is well blended.
- Divide this mixture into 10 parts and roll each into a ball between your palms.
- Coat this with the extra coconut.
This will stay outside at room temperature for 2 to 3 days or in the fridge for a week.
The blush pink colour looks gorgeous.
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Your son looks so cute, singing happily as he digs the dough. The blush pink does look gorgeous! I’m sure it tastes as heavenly as it looks.
He is an entertainer!
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