7 Delicious Jaggery Recipes That Will Help You Stay Warm And Healthy This Winter

Jaggery, also known as Gur in Hindi, is a winter-specific food that is one of the best raw sweeteners and is widely available in the market.

Jaggery can be enjoyed as a standalone sweet or used to make a variety of delectable desserts.

Jaggery can be made from a variety of sources, including date palm sap and coconut sap, but sugarcane juice is the most commonly used in the country. It is made by boiling sugarcane juice until it solidifies and then forming it into blocks.

Jaggery benefits

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10 Health Benefits of Jaggery (Gur)

1. Rich in iron contents

2. Generates heat inside the body

3. Boosts immunity

4. Prevents constipation

5. Detoxifies body

6. Prevents joint pain

7. Eases menstrual pain

8. Prevents respiratory problems

9. Helps in Weight loss

10. Reduces water retention

Jaggery is a healthier alternative to refined sugar as well.

You can easily replace white sugar with this delicious sweetener and use it to make tea, laddoos, halwa, and a variety of other sweet dishes.

Do you like to have something sweet after lunch? Simply make a batch of til gur-based desserts and satisfy your sweet tooth with a healthy dose of these sweet dishes.

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Til Gur Ke Ladoo

Delicious ladoos made with sesame seeds, desiccated coconut, peanuts, and jaggery in an easy and healthy recipe. A simple recipe that will have the ladoos ready in half an hour. This sesame seeds ladoo is a good warming sweet snack for the winters that helps keep the body warm during cold seasons.

Til ke ladoo

Also read: Health benefits of eating sesame seeds

Raggi Jaggery Ladoo

Everyone loves ladoos, and Raggi is also very nutritious. As a result, they are also known as a nutritional powerhouse, and this ladoo is commonly found in South Indian households. It is made with Raggi flour, coconut, and jaggery in desi ghee, and some dry fruits. Raggi and coconut pair well together.

Also try Ragi Chilla

Coconut Gud Laddoo

To make the delicious Coconut Gud Laddoo, combine the sweetness of gud with the wholesome taste of coconut. It can also be stored for a few days. To make this, simply melt the gud in a kadhai over a low flame, keep stirring, and then add the grated coconut and cardamom powder. The amount of gud should be sufficient to make the mixture sticky enough to form balls or laddoos.

Coconut ladoo

Remove from the heat and, while it’s still hot, pick medium-sized portions and begin rolling them with your palms greased with a little oil. Also see How to Choose the Healthiest Cooking Oil.

Gur Atte Ka Halwa

This halwa is different from the other traditional halwa. Roast Atta (whole wheat flour) till golden brown in frying pan (kadhai). Bring it to a boil, then add the ghee. Then, according to your taste, add a small amount of jaggery. Stir in the water to prevent lumps.

Healthy halwa

It requires less time and water to prepare, and jaggery is added to enhance the flavours and texture. Cardamom and saffron can be added for fragrance, and chopped almonds can be used as garnish.

Crepes with a coconut-jaggery filling (Patishapta)

A mixture of grated coconut or khoya and jaggery heated on low heat. Then, for flavour, cardamom powder is added. The batter for this dish is made from semolina and wheat flour, and it is then cooked on a pan like a dosa. The mixture is then rolled up on top of it. This dish is served with rolls dipped in condensed milk.


Also read: 2 ingredients banana pancake

Peanut Chikki

In India, this sweet, nutty, and crunchy peanut chikki (peanut brittle) recipe is a popular winter sweet snack. Peanut chikki is made by combining crunchy roasted and peeled peanuts with a hot viscous jaggery solution. The hot mixture is allowed to harden into slabs, which are then cut into squares.


Peanut chikki, also known as gud dani, gud patti, kadalai mittai, and palli patti, is a popular snack throughout India. Also try these healthy peanut butter deserts.

Badam Gur Phirni

To begin making this delectable phirni, heat the milk in a saucepan. Then, grind the drained rice into a fairly smooth paste and mix in a small amount of boiled milk. Stir in the rice mixture, cardamom powder, and rose water to the milk. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the crushed jaggery. Thoroughly combine.

Mix in the cashews & almonds with the milk mixture. Before serving, chill in the refrigerator.

While these gud recipes with a twist will be enjoyed by everyone, you can also make the classic dishes with gud such as besan gud ladoo, roasted channa chikki, gud besan halwa, Jaggery Malpua and more.

To know more about healthy recipes, nutrition tips and all things food, keep reading detoxpri.

9 responses to “7 Delicious Jaggery Recipes That Will Help You Stay Warm And Healthy This Winter”

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