Laddus is a sweet originating from India. Laddus are primarily made from flour, fat (ghee/butter/oil) and sugar
Where was ladoo invented?
As per a popular origin story, ladoo can be traced back to 300-500 BCE. It is said that Sushruta, an ancient Indian physician used the sweet to give ayurvedic medicines to his patients. The sweet balls helped him manage the dose and also made it easier for the patients to consume
Laddus is a very popular snacks in indian tradition which is also used during pregnancy