These Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls without Condensed Milk are pure bliss! Small balls of coconut coated in dark chocolate and topped with a little shredded coconut feel irresistible YUM! Made with Just 4-Ingredients these Coconut Chocolate Balls get done in less than 30-minutes.
You know, my first reaction after having this was: Wow! Chocolate and Coconut pair really well. Just like my Coconut Macaroons!
- 🔥 What You'll Love about these Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls:
- 🥘 Ingredients You'll Need to Make No Bake Coconut Chocolate Balls
- 👩🍳 How to Make Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls?
- 🍫 🥥Things to Take Care of While Making Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls
- 🗒️ Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls: Substitutions & Replacements:
- 🥥 Other Coconut Recipes you can try:
- Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls without Condensed Milk (Just 4-Ingredients)
The crunch and nuttiness of coconut combined with the bittersweet taste of Dark chocolate taste so good that you'll be definitely reaching out for the second one.
In my case, after having the last one, all I could reach out for was my fingers which had that few traces of chocolate left.
As I write this, I feel sort of smiling at myself and biting away the last bits of coconut in my mouth. 😊
There is such a subtle taste in these Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls that once you are done eating your mouth feels like it just had something comforting, something amazing, and something that it had always wanted.
What's better is that they look really appetizing. Don't they? Look at the photos! Don't they look like something that you'll want to grab off your screen right away?
🔥 What You'll Love about these Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls:
- Look: Yup! We eat with our eyes first! And, in this case, this holds absolutely true. These dark chocolate coconut balls look absolutely divine.
- Taste: Dark chocolate and coconut pairs really well. Just the sort of combination that you would dream of. The bitterness of dark chocolate pairs beautifully well with the subtle sweetness and nutty texture of coconut.Also try these Chocolate Coconut Bars
- Feel: On the outside, they look like pure dark chocolate truffles with a smooth chocolat-y coating. And, as you take a bite you see a beautiful filling of nutty white coconut on the inside. I am telling you guys, these Dark Chocolate coconut balls are truly gorgeous.
- Ease of Making: Well, we all love easy desserts! Don't we? Well, I DO! And, I'll always DO! In this recipe, there is hardly anything to do. All we need to do is just make balls of coconut. Freeze them. And, finally, coat them in melty silky dark chocolate!
- No Bake Dessert: Well, I am a huge fan of No-Bake Desserts. Have you checked out my Chocolate Covered Ritz Cracker Cookies or my No Bake Chocolate Oreo Tarts or these Pumpkin Cheesecake Fudge or Easy No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Lasagna or my No-Bake Gingerbread Cheesecake
🥘 Ingredients You'll Need to Make No Bake Coconut Chocolate Balls
- Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
- Coconut Milk
- Melted Butter
- Dark Chocolate Baking Bar or Dark Chocolate Melting Wafers
👩🍳 How to Make Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls?
- First: take two cups of unsweetened shredded coconut. Into that add some coconut milk and melted butter and mix well. Make sure that you do not add too much coconut milk or melted butter. Too much liquid agent will actually make it really hard for you to make small balls.
- Second: Make Small Balls of Coconut and let them freeze uncovered until completely set.
- Lastly: Melt Dark chocolate baking bar or Dark chocolate melting wafers and coat your coconut balls in melted dark chocolate. Let them chill in the freezer for 10-more minutes. Serve with some shredded coconut on top. Enjoy!
🍫 🥥Things to Take Care of While Making Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls
- Do not add too much liquid agent. In this recipe, the two liquid agents that we use are melted butter and coconut milk. Since we have to make small balls of coconut, we cannot afford to add too much liquid. Just enough to make a ball.
- Melting Dark chocolate in Oven: You can either melting dark chocolate in an oven at a 30-second increment or on a double boiler. If you are melting in an oven then make sure you stir at every 30-second mark and do not wait for the chocolate to melt completely in the oven. Once you see it's 80% melted and you are able to break the baking bar then take it out and whisk vigorously at room temperature. Too much heat will burn the chocolate and we do not want that.
- Melting Dark Chocolate on Stovetop: When you are melting dark chocolate on the stovetop then do the following. First, put a large pot of water to boil. As soon as it comes to a boil lower the heat and place a large heat-proof bowl on the pan. Place your chocolate and stir until it melts. You can add some butter to help you melt chocolate. (But, that is totally optional). Some people also prefer coconut oil instead of butter while melting chocolate.
- Shaping the Balls: When you are shaping the dark chocolate coconut balls you might feel that they are not getting a perfectly round shape. No Biggie! Just make a ball and place it in the freezer. After about 10-minutes you can take them out and give them a perfect round shape and then again place it in the freezer.
- Coating in chocolate: When you are coating your Coconut Chocolate balls make sure you shake off excess chocolate by tapping your fork on the edge of the bowl. If you do not do this, then once your Dark chocolate coconut balls are frozen, you will have a large base of chocolate on the bottom of the ball. So, to prevent that, you should always shake off excess chocolate by tapping your fork on the edge of the plate.
🗒️ Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls: Substitutions & Replacements:
- Coconut Oil: Instead of coconut milk you can add coconut oil to make small coconut balls.
- Chocolate Chips: In case you don't have a dark chocolate baking bar or dark chocolate melting wafers you can use dark unsweetened or semi-sweet chocolate chips. You can melt it the same way you melt bar or melting wafers in the oven or on the stovetop.
- Honey or Maple Syrup: If you want your Dark chocolate coconut balls to be sweet then you can add some honey or maple syrup while making the balls.
- Sweetened Shredded Coconut: For sweetness, you can also add some sweetened shredded coconut instead of unsweetened shredded coconut.
🥥 Other Coconut Recipes you can try:
- No-Bake Apple Coconut Squares
- Pear Coconut Chocolate Bars
- White Chocolate Lemon Coconut Truffles
- Coconut Lime Tart
- Eggless Key Lime Coconut Cupcakes
- Dark Chocolate Coconut Flour Brownies (Vegan | GF)
- No-Bake Apricot Coconut Balls
- Chocolate Coconut Bars
- Creamy Peppermint White Hot Chocolate with Coconut Milk
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Dark Chocolate Coconut Balls without Condensed Milk (Just 4-Ingredients)
- 2 Cups Unsweetened Shredded Coconut also called Desiccated coconut (save some for garnish)
- 2 Tablespoons Coconut Milk
- 3 Tablespoons Melted Salted Butter adjust as per requirement
- 4 Oz Melting Dark Chocolate Wafers or Dark Chocolate Baking Bar
- In a bowl mix shredded coconut with coconut milk with melted butter. It should not be too runny. It should come together in the form of a ball. (Save some shredded coconut for garnish on top)Place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Keep them in the freezer for 10-minutes or in the refrigerator for 30-minutes.
- In the meantime melt dark chocolate wafers or dark chocolate baking bar (either in an oven at 30-seconds increment or on the stovetop). Read instructions for melting chocolate like a pro in the blog post. Allow chocolate to come down to room temperature. Use an off-set spatula to take out coconut balls from the baking sheet. Place one ball on a fork. Dip the ball in melted dark chocolate. Coat it completely. Tap the fork on the edge of the plate so that excess chocolate drips off and place them back on the baking sheet. Repeat this with all of your coconut balls. Freeze them uncovered for 10-minutes or refrigerate for 30-minutes. Enjoy with some shredded coconut on top.
- Instead of coconut milk, you can also use coconut oil to make the balls.
- If you prefer sweet coconut balls you can add some honey or maple syrup while making the balls.