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Choco Coconut Ladoo


When I first saw Priya’sChoco coconut ladoos, I wasnt sure I would make it immediately, and so bookmarked it. But some recipes stay in your mind forever, and this is one of them. For Gokulashtami (Janmashtami), I wanted to post this recipe, and although I made it, couldnt get around to do so. So, am posting it now. This is truly one of the quick desserts that you can put together for unexpected guests, kids’ birthday parties. potluck parties or even for festivals. I slightly tweaked the recipe by adding powdered nuts, a little cocoa powder and some grated chocolate, and that gave a wonderful twist to the dessert. This is almost cook free, and apart from 2- 3 mins in the microwave, there is just no cooking too. 

Sending this to Healing foods – Coconuts @ Saffronstreaks, event by Siri

Other ladoos you might like: Ragi Besan Ladoo, Til Ka Ladoo

Prep time: 10 mins. Cooking time : Under 2 mins.

Making time for ladoos : 10 – 15  mins


  • Dessicated coconut – 1 cup
  • Choco chips – 1/4 cup
  • Grated dark chocolate – little less than 1/8 cup (I used gratted Dairy Milk Fruit n nut variety- 80 gm pack)
  • Condensed milk – 1/4 cup
  • Walnuts – 1/4 cup
  • Almonds – 1/4 cup
  • Salt – a teeny weeny pinch


1) Microwave the nuts separately for 1 min till crisp. Pulse them in a spice grinder till crumbly and coarse. Microwave the grated chocolate in a bowl for 60 – 90 secs, or better still, use a double boiler to melt the chocolate.


2) In a large bowl, add all of the dessicated coconut (reserving 2 TBSP aside) , the powdered nuts, cocoa powder and the choco chips, microwaved / melted chocolate , salt and mix well with your fingers till the mixture turns brownish.

3) Now add condensed milk little by little till you can slightly feel the wetness in the dough and check if you can shape them into roundels. If you can, stop adding the condensed milk. Else add 1 or 2 tsp more to be able to shape them

4) Now slightly grease your palms with oil / melted butter and start shaping the mixture into ladoos.

5) Roll each ladoo in the reserved dessicated coconut and yummy ladoos are ready !

Tip : To preserve it a little longer, line a shallow airtight container with foil and store in a refrigerator overnight before serving.




  1. Indian Khana

    Nice twist to the laddo …looks yum

  2. Aruna Manikandan

    sounds interesting and new to me…
    looks yummy yum 🙂

  3. Priya Sreeram

    yum ! good one kalyani

  4. Very nice combo. Ladoo really looks tempting…

  5. chef and her kitchen

    even I made it in a diff way..looks yumm

  6. Rumana Rawat

    Looks delicious:)

  7. Lifewithspices

    wow so good..

  8. Crumpled Chillies

    easy to make and tasty to eat! I am definitely going to try this!

  9. Priya Suresh

    Thanks for trying Kalyani, they turned out super cute and delicious..they are quite addictive na..

  10. Sensible Vegetarian

    Yummy and delicious one, looks fantastic.

  11. schmetterlingwords

    I love sweets with condensed milk. These laddoos are very easy to make at the same time would definitely convince guests. Thanks for sharing the recipe 🙂

  12. Super delectable choco ladoos! two thumbs up dear!

  13. nice twist to the ladus…they look pretty..

  14. Very yummy and tempting laddos …. Lovely clicks kalyani … Glad to follow u … Will try for my daughter ….

  15. munchmunchcrunchcrunch

    nice and easy recipe…thanks for sharing

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  16. Wow! I can almost taste all the ingredients together…YUM n easy too!!adding it to my list…

  17. Amina Creations

    My first visit to your blog…Your choco ladoos look great…

  18. @ Amina – Thanks for dropping by…

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