Sweet & Crispy Murmura Laddu Recipe

Murmura Laddu

Puffed rice and light in weight and are good for health, it controls blood pressure, promotes energy, strengthens bones and helps in weight loss. It has so many benefits and should be consumed regularly but eating only puffed rice is boring. So, why not try something new, something tasty, something sweet with puffed rice. So, let’s try the puffed rice laddu or murmura laddu recipe.

Murmura Laddu
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In India puffed rice is known as murmura. Murmura laddu is an Indian version of rice crispies treats and it has been served and consumed for ages in India. It is made with murmura and gud (jaggery), this combination makes this dish healthier. This is also good for kids and it is sweet in taste as well as very crunchy.

Per Laddu contains 85 kcal

  • Carbohydrates 20g
  • Protein 1g
  • Fat 0%
Prepare time: 10 min
Cook: 15 min
Ready in: 25 min


  • 100 gm murmura (puffed rice)
  • 250 gm Gud (jaggery)


Murmura Laddu
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  1. Take a pan and heat it on a high flame.
  2. Once the pan is heated, turn the flame to a low temperature.
  3.  After that, add jaggery and let it cook on low flame for 1 to 2 minutes.
  4. Now increase it to medium flame, and let the jaggery melt, cook for 2-3 minutes and stir well.
  5. Once it is completely melted, cook it again for 2 minutes and lower the flame.

Note: Take some water on a plate and add a little amount of melted jaggery to it; if it’s dissolved in water, then cook for few more minutes, and if the syrup floats on the water, then it is ready.

  1. Turn off the flame and add puffed rice occasionally in small quantity and mix in between.
  2. Mix it properly and let the mixture cool for a few minutes.
  3. To make laddu, keep a spoon in this mixture and Take water in a bowl.
  4. Grease your palm with cold water.
  5. Now cut some small portion of the mixture and roll it into a ball.
  6. Similarly, with the same process, make laddu from the remaining mixture.


  • Firstly, avoid using oil to make laddu.
  • Second, grease your palm with water before making each laddu.

Munch this Indian rice treat with tea or milk and satisfy your sweet tooth.