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Chocolate Coconut Balls Recipe

Monday, November 16, 2015

     Learn how to make this delicious and easy three ingredient Chocolate Coconut Bites/ Balls for a quick and easy holiday dessert.
OK so don't be mad at me if you see me posting desserts like crazy in the coming few days. Tis is the season of jolly guys!!I am so so eagerly awaiting holidays!! I cannot just get into my kitchen and begin some action. My husband has a week long holiday and am super jealous about it!! How cruel right?? 

What are you guys planning for thanksgiving? Any one hosting a dinner? Do let me know what all do you plan to cook? As i know you guys will be super busy with the actual main course and other cooking which takes up a major chunk of your time, i decided to share this super easy, no bake, three ingredient chocolate coconut bites! Yes, you read it right!! This is the easiest dessert you can have for holidays, not only for Thanksgiving but also for Christmas party, New Year's eve, Birthdays etc..


Plus it's such a big hit with kids! After all we are making a copy cat of almond joy or bounty bars! Almost!! My Husband just cannot stop eating them. Every time he opens the fridge, there is one gone!  OK, no more talking, let's just dive into the recipe.




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Ingredients:
a. 4.5 Cups-Coconut Flakes
b. 200 ml - Condensed Milk
c. 5 oz- Melted Semi Sweet Chocolate
d. 1 tsp- Vanilla Extract( Optional)

Method:
1. Lightly pulse coconut flakes. Add the condensed milk and vanilla extract. Mix well. Refrigerate for 10 minutes. Make balls out of it and freeze for 10 minutes.


2. Melt the chocolate. With the help of a fork, dip each balls into the chocolate, let the excess drip and place again on the parchment paper. Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes. Coconut Chocolate Balls are ready. (Refer Notes Below)




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Notes
1. You can use sweetened as well as unsweetened coconut flakes. Unsweetened coconut flakes aren't easily available in the market. You can find them here.
2. It is best to refrigerate these balls if in warmer area, else they stay perfectly fine at room temperature for 3-4 days.
3. This recipe yields around 16-17 balls depending upon the size of bites you roll.
4. 200 ml condensed milk is sweet enough for us. Do check the sweetness as per your liking.
5. Only defrost the chocolate at 20 second interval if using a microwave. If you heat it normally, chocolate will be cooked. You can double boil and melt the chocolate if there is no microwave available.

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30 comments:

  1. Absolutely love this recipe, perfect for the holidays! Pinned!

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  2. these look like little nuggets of HEAVEN

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  3. i love chocolate coconut balls, but sometimes i don't even roll them into balls, i just pour the chocolate over the coconut and devour!! of course these look so good, like something you present to the world :)

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    1. So true Khadija. I had tough time being so patient while rolling them.

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  4. Oh my heavens..... I think I just died.

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  5. These chocolate coconut balls look delicious and I love how simple this recipe is. How can you go wrong with chocolate and coconut together. I'm saving for later. Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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    1. Totally Lyndsay. This one is very easy and fun recipe.

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  6. You had me at three. I think this is the easiest, so delicious recipe to make for any holiday candy or cookie exchange. It's perfect.

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    1. Totally Alison. Yayy for few ingredient recipes!

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  7. No complaints from me please post all of the dessert recipes - I always get great inspiration from your beautiful blog. Your holiday enthusiasm is catching :)

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    1. Yayy!! I am glad to spread holiday enthusiasm..:)

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  8. WOW! Can't beat this! I Quick , easy and you don't have to turn on the oven. NICE! Am not complaining

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  9. Drooling.. Looks super delicious!

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  10. These are so great aren't they!!! I'm going to make another batch very, very soon! Thanks for linking up with our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party! xx

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    1. Always a pleasure Lucy. Thanks for hosting a rocking party.

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  11. These look amazing & I can't believe how easy they are!! Pinning for later :)

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  12. These chocolate coconut balls looks so good! I could see myself devouring one after another.

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  13. I can't get enough of easy 3 ingredient recipes! This ones perfect Remya!

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  14. You had me at Chocolate and Coconut! I can't wait to give these a try.

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  15. Do you know if you could use mild chocolate instead?

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  16. I made them! They are just delicious! Thank you for sharing :)

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  17. Delicious! I sprinkled some toasted coconut on top of the balls once dunked in the chocolate to add a little pizzazz!

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  18. How can u make this without dairy?

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