Mango Coconut Fudge Recipe, How to make Mango Coconut Burfi Recipe | Mango Dessert Recipes

Mango Coconut Fudge is an easy and quick dessert to make within 30 minutes. It's excellent flavour, taste and aroma makes a delicious dessert. This is similar to Maharashtrian Coconut burfi, called Kopra Pak (Kopra:- Coconut, Pak:- Fudge). 

This become popular sweet-dish at my home and my family become a fan of homemade sweets rather than market sweets ;) so decided to share this easy recipe of fudge with you all...I really love these tropical flavours.
The appearance is satisfying and flavours too are rich and yumm. These stay good in the fridge for 4-5 days.

Today is our 25th ‪Foodie Monday‬ Bloghop‬ Event, it's really a wow feeling and we are celebrating our Silver Jubilee week and it's a super-hit event for us. We are total 8 bloggers(including me) in this foodie family and all are fabulous chef. 

Today special theme is "Sweets" Here I am sharing a very unique variety of fudge recipe which is flavored with the taste of mango and coconut :)

Mangoes are on season these days in Australia...very sweet and delicious !! So I took my fav fruit Mangoessss for today's theme.

If you are not a big fan of mango taste and flavour, you can simply make a Coconut Ladoo with coconut and milk and without mango.
Coconut Ladoo
This mango burfi has perfect balance flavour of mangoes and coconut. This is not the kind of burfi that sets pretty hard like mawa burfi. It has coconut as well as moisture from mango puree. 

The texture of the burfi is soft, crumbly and delicate. Once its set properly, it does not go hard but remain soft which is the best thing about it. 

You can make end number of yummilicious mango deserts :-

Mango Sorbet
Homemade Mango Papad
Mango-Chikoo Smoothie
Mango Mastani Recipe
Homemade Mango Jam
Chilled Mango Lassi
Quick Chocolate Fudge
Strawberry Mouse

Let's start making of burfi recipe with step by step photos. Learn how to make melt in the mouth

Ingredients :

 Desiccated Coconut - 1 and 1/2 cup
Mango puree - 1/2 cup
Milk - 1/2 cup
Condensed Milk - 1/2 cup 
Chopped dry fruits for sprinkle - Pistachio and Almonds
Cardamom powder - A pinch
Desi ghee - 1/2 tbsp

Preparation Method :

1) Grease the tray or container with ghee and keep it aside.

2) Take desiccated coconut in a pan on medium heat. If you using frozen then defrost first then use.

3) Roast it with stirring continuously till it gets dry and lightly brown. You will get nice toasted aroma of coconut. 

4) Then add milk, condensed milk and mango pulp.

5) Mix it and keep cooking on medium heat. Don’t forget to stir continuously.

6) Keep cooking till it dries out, becomes thick and will come together like a big lump. It takes 18-20 minutes.

7) Turn off the stove, add cardamom powder and mix well.

8) Remove it to a greased tray or container. Spread it evenly and smooth out the surface.

9) Sprinkle few chopped pistachios and almonds on top and press it lightly so it sticks to the burfi. Let it cool completely so it sets. If in the hurry pop into the fridge.

10) Once set, cut into pieces and serve.

You can check my video of "Mango Coconut Fudge Recipe on YouTube"

Happy Cooking and Enjoy !!


  1. Wow thats very tempting..Please look out for my recipes too at

  2. Wish I could grab one right now. Looks delicious dear!

  3. I love mango and anything with mango, this fudge sounds tempting with coconut.

  4. Mmmmm, mango coconut fudge looks absolutely divine. Beautiful share, Jolly

  5. Loved it Jolly....I see this variety of Australian Mango here too...sweet they are...your mango fudge is sweeter

    1. Really that's great, ya very true here mangoes are very sweet. Thanks a lot dear, happy that you liked it :)

  6. Awesome fudge Jolly!!! They looks so tempting!!

  7. Yummy!! Mango and coconut, awesome combo.

  8. This fudge looks awesome dear. Love it. Yummy combination. :)

  9. After Long time I was Seen Mangoes Here,I Really Like your Recipes,that looks delicious, thanks for sharing us..

  10. super delicious and mouth watering barfi

  11. Mango Coconut Fudge looks very delicious. You've combined two of my favorite mango and coconut. I have a bit of condensed milk left, hopefully will get some mango to try this recipe.