Quick & Easy Nariyal ke Ladoo (Coconut Ladoo)

I wanted to take some prasad (offering) to the temple today and was thinking what should I make that can be easy and quick.  That’s when my mom’s no cook recipe of nariyal ke ladoo came to rescue.  I love these no cook recipes when we are short of time and can be done easily and quickly.  Coconut is one of the important things which is offered when we do the prayers so this recipe worked perfectly.  As the festivals are approaching soon, you can enjoy these delectable ladoos with your family and friends.



  • 1 can of condensed milk
  • 4 cups of desiccated coconut
  • 1/3 cup milk powder
  • 1-2 cups additional coconut for garnish


Mix the first 3 ingredients together. DSC_2833-1

Using a melon scooper, scoop the mixture in between your palms and roll it into a shape of a ball.   In a plate, put the additional coconut so that the ball can be garnished by rolling the balls into the dry coconut.

Repeat the process until all the mixture is used.  Place all the ladoos in a silver plate or a beautiful little bowl to serve.


You can store these in the fridge for about a couple of weeks. Take it out of the fridge 30 minutes before serving as the texture can be hard when straight out of the fridge.


Enjoy these delicacies for Iftar or can be eaten while fasting too. Make them ahead of time for Diwali, Rakshabandhan, Eid, or Teej.

If you like the recipe, please comment below after you give it a try and share it on Facebook.  Would like to hear from you. Your comments, likes, dislikes, matters to me. Thank you for stopping by!!

Happy Cooking!!!








    • Hi Sarika
      Sorry it’s an off topic query, where did you buy the jewelry set you are wearing in the profile pic of your blog, it looks beautiful !!! It looks very cute on you.. Please let me know where I can get the same , Thanks much !!!

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  3. This is the first thing I made it when I was a kid. always had a special love for this dish. yours looks delicious

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