Indulge guilt-free: 7 vegan and gluten-free Ganesh Chaturthi treats

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1. Vegan Coconut Ladoo

Substituting almond milk and coconut oil for dairy products ensures that these treats are suitable for vegans.

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2. Almond and Cashew Modak

Almond and cashew flours form the outer shell, while the filling consists of ground nuts and jaggery.

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3. Rice Flour Kozhukattai

By using finely ground rice flour or soaked-and-dried rice flour, you can make these dumplings gluten-free.

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4. Chickpea Flour Modak

Chickpea flour, or besan, is a versatile gluten-free option. Create a dough using besan, water, and a pinch of salt.

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5. Fruit-Infused Rice Pudding

Elevate traditional rice pudding by using gluten-free rice and non-dairy milk alternatives like coconut milk or almond milk.

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6. Vegan Sabudana Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi is a beloved Ganesh Chaturthi dish. Make it vegan by avoiding ghee and using vegetable oil instead.

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7. Vegan Chana Sundal

Chana Sundal is a nutritious and vegan-friendly offering. Use fresh coconut, mustard seeds, and curry leaves to flavor the dish.

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