7 Mins Chocolate Coconut No-Cook Pudding (3 Ingredients)

7 Mins Chocolate Coconut No-Cook Pudding : A melt in your mouth, luscious and absolutely delicious dessert recipe that’s made using 3 simple ingredients and ready in 7 minutes. Dessert cannot be simpler and faster than this and once you make it, you would wonder, where was it all this life.chocolate-coconut-puddingThere are times when weekend is round the corner and all you want is a simple, cozy yet absolutely delicious yummm….most of the time, it’s dessert we crave and this weekend that’s exactly what I’m going to share with you. But before that, a very interesting incident that actually led to this recipe…..Few weeks back, I bumped into one of my ex-colleague and he mentioned about reading my blog (which took me by surprise at the first place as he’s the last person who would ever cook anything 😉 but also there was something he mentioned, that just HiT a chord with me – he said everything is nice but ‘You don’t have many dessert recipes’!!! OMG, that’s so true, although I loooooove desserts but I hardly posted many dessert recipes on my site. He was so correct and it made me secretly grin too cause he actually reads my blog – YAAAAY!!! So with all that mixed emotion, I returned home and my first project was this ‘7 Mins Chocolate Coconut No-Cook Pudding’.  Off-course, I had to make something right away to stop feeling guilty and I needed something sweet to eat, so this definitely served both the purpose.3-ingredients-chocolate-coconut-no-cookNow, coming back to this recipe, it’s your answer to a QUICK-DELICIOUS dessert recipe and you need not look any further. It’s made using full coconut milk (which we kept in fridge overnight so that the milk thickens and cream can be easily formed) and then all you need is a good quality cocoa powder some sugar (any other sweet substitute would work too) and if you are feeling upto it, go ahead and add a splash of brandy or any kinda liqueur you like. I’ve made 3 different version from this recipe using orange liqueur / brandy / rum (so go give it a try).chocolate-coconut-no-cook-puddingJust whisk the mentioned ingredients together for 2 minutes and you get this dessert which resembles a thick cloud. If you’re like me (I seriously couldn’t stop myself), you can eat some right away or just pour it into some swanky glasses or jars or whatever dish/bowl you want to serve them in and just place them in fridge to chill for few minutes. Once chilled, just lightly dust with powdered sugar (which is absolutely optional BUT highly recommended as they look stunning). Now simply, find someone to share them with (it makes 4 glasses) or just nosh on them all by yourself.chocolate-coconut-no-cook-puddingI’ve made this particular recipe at-least 10-15 times and every time, it hits all the right notes and is definitely my favorite easy dessert recipe…seriously what can be this delicious and ready in 7 minutes? Also, as I’ve mentioned before, this tastes really good and at times, we have even scooped the entire bowl with our hands just to get that last bit, so make some extra. Oh, I forgot to mention, it’s an easy-peasy dessert for all my Vegan & Glutenfree friends too as this doesn’t involves any milk or glutenous product.

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Yields 4

7 Mins Chocolate Coconut No-Cook Pudding

1 minPrep Time

6 minCook Time

7 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

1 Can Coconut Milk - I'm using full fat milk *

2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder

1.5 Tbsp Powdered Sugar - you can use any other sweet substitute

*** OPTIONAL ***

If you feel like, you can use a splash or liqueur of choice - like brandy / rum / any other flavor,

Instructions

  1. Place the unopened coconut can in the fridge overnight or atleast 2-3 hrs.
  2. Remove the can from fridge and open gently.
  3. Remove all the thick milk that would have settled or even formed like a crust on the top.
  4. You can discard the remaining thin watery milk or use in curries/smoothies later.
  5. Place the scooped thick milk in a large cold bowl (you can keep a bowl in freezer for 10mins).
  6. Whisk the coconut milk using an electric whisk or hand blender till they form thick stiff peaks (about 1 minutes).
  7. Now add cocoa powder, sugar and whisk to combine everything evenly.
  8. Whisk everything for a minute to form a smooth pudding consistency.
  9. Pour in serving bowls/glass and place them in fridge for 5 minutes.
  10. Remove from fridge, sprinkle powdered sugar and serve immediately.
  11. (If you plan to serve them later, then sprinkle powder sugar when ready to serve or it will melt).
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Dessert
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61 Replies to "7 Mins Chocolate Coconut No-Cook Pudding (3 Ingredients)"

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    Swayam March 11, 2016 (7:15 pm)
    Drooling Molly!! Chocolate is my guilty pleasure n this looks absolutely worthy of its name..
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    Tamara March 11, 2016 (7:27 pm)
    Elegant in its simplicity! Dessert at our house is usually a square of dark chocolate, but this looks quick and easy; maybe I'll have to try it!
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    Marsha | Marsha's Baking Addiction March 11, 2016 (8:06 pm)
    I actually have all the ingredients, and I'm so tempted to make this pudding right now!
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    peter @feedyoursoultoo March 11, 2016 (8:41 pm)
    This is so good. I love to use coconut milk in so many dishes. It adds real richness to this dessert.
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    Emma White March 11, 2016 (9:08 pm)
    oh my these look amazing I so need to give them a try
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      Molly Kumar April 1, 2016 (5:27 pm)
      Thanks Emma, hope you try them soon :)
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    Terri Beavers March 11, 2016 (9:16 pm)
    That recipe looks incredible. I need to try coconut milk, I've heard great things about it and have seen it used in yummy recipes.
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    Heather March 11, 2016 (9:22 pm)
    Must try this I keep seeing whipped coconut crean recipes, I didn't even know it would whip!
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      Molly Kumar March 23, 2016 (7:38 pm)
      You'll be surprised with How Quick the Cold Coconut Milk whips up. It's absolutely easy and delicious.
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    Laurie March 11, 2016 (11:14 pm)
    The pictures look like it would taste so good! Sadly I'm allergic to coconut and can't try it
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    angie March 12, 2016 (1:10 am)
    two great flavors coconut and chocolate. I can imagine how super yummy this would be. Can't beat the time either for a yummy dessert to serve the family thanks for sharing come see what we shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com
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    Michelle Gwynn Jones March 12, 2016 (1:51 am)
    Orange liqour - yeap, that would make it perfect.
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    Elizabeth O. March 12, 2016 (2:02 am)
    You had me at 7 minutes chocolate, lol. I am a sweet tooth and I am in love with chocolate! Thanks for sharing this recipe, it's perfect for when I'm craving for my chocolate fix!
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      Molly Kumar March 24, 2016 (5:21 am)
      Hehehhe, this is exactly what a sweet tooth lover needs n that also in 7 minutes ;) Thanks for visiting Elizabeth
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    Amanda March 12, 2016 (2:08 am)
    I have never made homemade pudding, but this looks very doable. I like the idea of adding a little kaluhua to my pudding!
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      Molly Kumar March 23, 2016 (7:36 pm)
      Hehehhe, Yeh Kaluhua would be great in this pudding :)
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    tara pittman March 12, 2016 (4:11 am)
    Love chocolate pudding. This sounds so easy and yummy.
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    June Warren C. Bordas March 12, 2016 (4:25 am)
    Wow! This recipe is a worth to try. This might be a good to serve in our weekly family gathering.
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    Lexie Lane March 12, 2016 (12:42 pm)
    Woah this looks so yummy and delicious! I really love easy recipes.
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    Eugenia March 12, 2016 (2:04 pm)
    I love desserts! This one looks amazing and so easy to make! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe! Yummy!
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    Kathy Kenny Ngo March 12, 2016 (3:16 pm)
    Seeing this when I am getting ready to sleep is so painful. Now I just wanna go to the kitchen and make this.
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    Clara March 12, 2016 (3:48 pm)
    You had me a chocolate, but coconut was a bonus. Looks so delicious.
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    Holly @ Woman Tribune March 13, 2016 (4:15 am)
    This looks like a delicious treat! I don't usually make instant pudding, just because I grew up with the kind you cook and kind of just stuck to it. I would totally try this recipe, though.
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      Molly Kumar March 21, 2016 (6:09 pm)
      Thanks Holly, sure do give them a try :)
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    Rosey March 13, 2016 (11:37 am)
    Ah this does sound worth trying. I love chocolate pudding. Coconut is 50/50 in this house. I'm one in favor of it. :)
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    Immaculate March 13, 2016 (12:21 pm)
    I can't wait to try this out Molly . It looks so easy and scrumptious! Plus am a sucker for all things coconut.
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      Molly Kumar March 15, 2016 (1:02 pm)
      Thanks Immaculate, Do give it a try :)
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    Doran @ Haute Beauty Guide March 13, 2016 (6:55 pm)
    Thanks for the recipe! I made these last night and they turned out delicious.
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      Molly Kumar March 15, 2016 (1:01 pm)
      Thanks for trying it Doran, That's fantastic!
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    Lawrence March 13, 2016 (7:47 pm)
    Must print the recipe so my daughter can try making this for herself and her brother!
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    Ana De- Jesus March 13, 2016 (10:26 pm)
    How lovely that he reads your blog and this desert sounds and looks amazing too.
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    Brie March 13, 2016 (10:58 pm)
    Well I'm super happy your ex-colleague suggested dessert, this pudding looks delicious and I love how low in sugar it is! I have a silly question...how long can I leave the coconut milk in the fridge before I use it? I'm the worst planner and will never remember to chill the coconut milk before a pudding craving strikes. Then I always end up eating a different treat because I'm impatient. Can I just store an unopened can in the fridge so I always have one pudding ready?
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      Molly Kumar March 15, 2016 (12:36 pm)
      Thanks Brie :) You can leave the unopened canned coconut milk either overnight or atleast 3-4 hours in the fridge & YES, you can definitely store an unopened can in the fridge - That's exactly what I do ;)
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        Brie May 4, 2016 (12:48 pm)
        We made this recipe last night and it was awesome. Already tossed another can in the fridge for this weekend!
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          Molly Kumar May 4, 2016 (4:59 pm)
          YaaaaaY - Thanks so much for making the recipe Brie and I'm so glad you'll liked it :) Lots of Hugs !!
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    Ana Fernandez March 14, 2016 (4:15 am)
    Love this! It is so easy and quick to do!
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    Mardene Carr March 14, 2016 (2:57 pm)
    Sounds good....I guess there should be no excuse not to do this...LOL
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    Misty Nelson March 16, 2016 (4:19 pm)
    Wow, this looks so delicious and simple. I love recipes that don't require a ton of ingredients and are on the healthier side. Can't wait to try this one
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    Vi Dotter April 4, 2016 (11:03 pm)
    Sounds so awesome - easy and coconuty!! Totally pinning and so eager to try this. Thanks so much!
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