Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons Recipe

Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons Recipe

A decadent and delicious treat – Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons!


I love and I mean love coconut and chocolate, so naturally if I combined them then it’s pretty much my dream treat & dessert. So of course we had to create another recipe with chocolate and coconut and if you want to really go wild and crazy you can top them with you favorite nuts, sprinkles, caramel drizzle, do whatever catches your fancy or leave them as delicious Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons, perfect just by themselves. I will warn you though that you’re going to want to double the batch because these will get devoured especially if your friends and family try one. It only takes one bit of these bon bons to get addicted to them!

Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons Recipe

Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons Recipe


  • 1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
  • 14 ounce package shredded coconut
  • 1 stick butter (melted, but cooled)
  • 2 - 2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 24 ounces chocolate flavored Almond Bark
  • 1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts (optional)
  • 1/3 cup pecans or walnuts, chopped very fine for dusting (optional)


  1. Mix the sweetened condensed milk, shredded coconut and 2 cups of powdered sugar in a large mixing bowl and mix well. I used a stand mixer.
  2. Add additional powdered sugar if mixture is not thick enough. Mixture should be very thick and if mixing by hand will become hard to stir, but still sticky.
  3. Optional: Add pecans or walnuts and mix well. If preferred, you can remove half of the batter and set aside to make half with nuts and half without. Or omit nuts entirely!
  4. Line a cookie sheet with wax or parchment paper.
  5. Use a spoon to scoop out the dough and roll in your hands to form a ball. Since the dough is sticky, dusting your hands in between each ball with powder sugar will keep it from sticking to your hands.
  6. Place the bon bons on the prepared cookie sheet. Repeat until all the mixture is used.
  7. Insert a toothpick into each bon bon and place in freezer for approximately 2 hours.
  9. When ready to dip, melt the chocolate. I prefer to use a double boiler, as it keeps the chocolate smooth and at the right consistency.
  10. Remove bon bons from the freezer. Working quickly, hold the toothpick and dip into the melted chocolate. Gently tap the hand holding the toothpick with your other hand to remove excess chocolate. Sit each bon bon back on the wax paper.
  11. Optional: Dust immediately with finely chopped pecans or walnuts if desired.
  12. Once bon bons are dipped, and dusted with nuts, set them in the fridge until chocolate is firm.
  13. Gently remove the toothpicks.
  14. Enjoy!


Number of bon bons will be determined by how large the balls are. I did fairly large spoon full sizes to make large candies. Actual preferred size is normally large marble size.

Do not try and skip the freezing step! If not frozen, the bon bons will fall apart when they hit the melted chocolate!

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It looks like a lot of steps but we’ve just broken it down as much as possible for you to follow along. It’s a very easy recipe with delicious results. If you get some extra hands on board have a few rolling the coconut mixture. After the coconut bon bons have been in the freezer long enough and you’re ready to dip it’s great to have an extra set of hands then too but you can totally do this yourself, I did. You just need to get a rhythm going for dipping and setting.


I love coconut with chocolate so much that I’d even consider topping the chocolate with toasted coconut, oh yes I would! You don’t need top them with anything as mentioned but you can really have a lot of fun coming up with ideas!


If you haven’t already guessed I adore these chocolate coconut bon bons and can eat them any time of the year. You can coordinate for certain occasions like Valentine’s Day, add some red sprinkles, or even the white of the coconut flakes on top will do. Easter you have all sorts of options from chocolate to caramel drizzle and more. It’s the treat you can make all year long, although your waist might not thank you for it, your tastebuds will love you.


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  1. BILL HOFF says:

    We are always looking for different treats to prepare the grandkids…and me!

  2. These look scrumptious! Pinned it. So glad you shared with us at Merry Monday. This is one of my Featured post this week!

  3. Your Bon Bons will be a very special treat! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  4. Oh yummy, all that pop in your mouth, sweet, delicious, crunchy goodness. These would disappear in a flash if when we make them. Thanks for the recipe and the freezing tip.

  5. Laurie says:

    Pinned! Looking forward to making these! Thanks for sharing

  6. Mmmmm these look wonderful! My family would love them. 🙂

  7. These look delicious! Look very professional!

  8. JoDee Wilch says:

    I would love to try these with the students in cooking class.

  9. Crafty Nunn says:

    I love the chocolate coconut bon bons. All of the recipes look so good. I will be trying some.

  10. These look delicious and so easy to make. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  11. I don’t like coconut. I do like chocolate. So I won’t be making these.

  12. Charity Cram says:

    These look delicious and are making me hungry!

  13. Looks delicious. I might make them to keep around the house when we need a little treat.

  14. One of my favorite flavor combinations. I would love these!

  15. These look delicious and easy to make.

  16. Karen Beckett says:

    Two of my favorite foods…chocolate & coconut. The perfect combination!

  17. Patricia Barraclough says:

    Some really good recipes here. Can’t wait to try the one for Crème Caramel.

  18. Lorraine F says:

    Wow, these look delicious!

  19. Renee Rousseau says:

    You had me at Chocolate!! I appreciate the step-by-step visual instructions, it makes the recipe very user friendly.

  20. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    Oh all these recipes look so yummy I am going to give them a try

  21. gloria patterson says:

    WOW … I am not the worst cook around but baking, cakes, candy etc never turns out for me…. BUT I love to look at the pictures and hope somebody will make them for me :-0

  22. This looks so sweet ! Coconut is a favorite of mine yummy

  23. Thank you for the choc. coconut bon bon recipe yum and gluten free, too!

  24. Angela Smith says:

    these look and sound really yummy.and not too hard to make and not too many ingredients,i’m going to have to make them

  25. Deanna Capasso says:

    I have to give this a try. They look yummy.

  26. Tracy Robertson says:

    I like that these don’t have a zillion ingredients and I could make them fairly easily. I think they would be as yummy as any gourmet chocolates and it would be much less expensive to make them than buy a similar product.

  27. Julie Murphy says:

    My family would like these

  28. Jeanine Carlson says:

    I think I’d have to dedicate these to Valentine’s Day goodies only or I’d blow up like a balloon!

  29. Barrie Templeton says:

    These Bon Bons are totally decadent! Chocolate and coconut plus the other tree nuts, wow!!

  30. Those bon bons would look gorgeous inside a little red heart shaped box for Valentine’s Day.

  31. They look delicious and pretty easy to make. Have to try this recipe out. Thanks for sharing!

  32. rochelle haynes says:

    Looking real tasty love to try them

  33. Those look so good! And they don’t look too hard to make, I’ll have to give them a try.

  34. Cecilia Pipitone-Oliveto says:

    I am going to have to try the recipe for the Chocolate Coconut Bon Bon’s. Chocolate and coconut are two of my favorite things and these look and sound delicious.

  35. Renee Rousseau says:

    Perfect recipes for Valentine’s Day! I think I could pull off both the Chocolate bon bons and the Flan! Yum! Hope he shares! (Maybe I should make an extra batch or two!)

  36. Geri Sandoval says:

    I love coconut and have to make any recipe I find with coconut. This one is going to the top of my list!

  37. I love making treats like this, and these look so good, I want to try it!

  38. Mmm these look scrumptious and not too difficult to make ?

  39. I bet my mom would love these! She loves coconut and her and my 10 year old daughter sat and at a whole pound of truffles on Christmas day! haha Silly girls.

  40. ERICA WEAVER says:

    oh i love chocolate these sound sound so good with coconut to yummmmm

  41. These look so yummy. I made truffles one year and had such fun with them. Each one decorated with different things on top. I bet these would be fun to make (and of course eat) 🙂

  42. One of my favorite flavor combinations! They look delicious.

  43. monique s says:

    the chocolate bon bons look so good and like they are sold at godiva. I am in and making these this week

  44. Brigid OHara Koshko says:

    Those bon bons look amazing! I am trying very hard to eat healthy this year, but those bon bons may make me change my mind!

  45. Karen Dietrich says:

    The Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons sound great (minus nuts for my health reasons). Can’t wait to try them!

  46. jenn sparks says:

    those look like they came from a fancy chocolatier!!! Beautiful and thanks for the recipe.

  47. This recipe looks amazing. I so need to try it. I love chocolate and coconut together.

  48. Linda Manns says:

    These bon bons sound so good. I love the ingredients. I could gain a few pounds fast on these. Thank you so much for sharing

  49. Bethany Suire says:

    Definitely writing or screenshoting this recipe to save for the holidays!

  50. This recipe looks so yummy. Love chocolate with anything but especially coconut. Will try this.

  51. its an awesome recipe and chocolate is my favorite thing to have as i can try various recipes with it.

  52. A. Roland says:

    What an incredibly delicious dessert! Being added to my recipe box.

  53. Jeanna Massman says:

    These sound delicious! Perfect for Valentine’s Day!

  54. im not loud to eat cocunut but that look s good

  55. These look amazing! I think my dad would love them. I’m going to send him the recipe.

  56. Pam Halligan says:

    Chocolate and coconut is my favorite candy combination.

  57. DENISE LOW says:

    These look so delicious. Thank you for sharing. Chocolate is my very favorite.

  58. Kimberly Hillman says:

    This sounds amazing! I cannot wait to try this! Thank you!

  59. belinda bell says:

    these bon bons sounds so yummy. I love them

  60. These look so good and somehow “possible” to do. I am a very good cook, but intimidated by candies.

  61. These looks yummy thanks

  62. I just saw this on your Instagram page and had to come check out the recipe. It actually looks doable! Do the finished bon bons have to be stored in the refrigerator after the chocolate sets, or would they be okay at room temperature? (I’m thinking that if I made them for a gift, it would be awkward to keep the package in the refrigerator.) Thanks!

  63. Ashley Richey says:

    These look delicious!!!

  64. Yummy, I love bon bons!! I also love the combination of chocolate and coconut, it is one of my favorites! 🙂 Thanks for sharing how to make them!

  65. The bon bons look delightfully decadent. Good for sharing with friends.

  66. Terry Poage says:

    They look really good, but I am not a fan of coconut. What happens if you leave the coconut out ???

  67. Celeste Herrin says:

    Oh my gosh, I have been looking for bon bons in the stored for years! Now I can make my own. Thank you so much for this recipe!

  68. It sounds like a truffle. I can’t stand coconut, but besides that the recipe sounds good.

  69. Debbie Welchert says:

    I too love coconut and I can’t wait to try this recipe. No one else likes coconut in the house so I won’t have to worry about sharing. They will be all mine. Yummy!

  70. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    Oh yum I’m going and try and make these they look pretty easy and who don’t like chocolate right!

  71. rochelle haynes says:

    Love chocolate like to try this

  72. I love chocolate and coconut too.
    I made Truffles today..cocoa, walnut, coconut and cherry ..not as pretty as yours here.
    Thanks for the recipe

  73. Melvin Golden says:

    The Chocolate Coconut Bon one of my favorites .will be trying this out with my wife on Saturday.

  74. One to pin. Thanks!

  75. I love the chocolate bon bons.

  76. Wow these look delicious and very easy to make! Thanks for sharing

  77. Heather Amos says:

    Chocolate Coconut Bon Bons, Yes Please! Thanks for sharing this recipe. A definite must try and make for me!

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