Are you a Bounty lover, just like me?? Well here is a tried and tasted way of making tasty Bounty chocolate bars at home. And that too with just 3 ingredients.. All excited?? Well then, have a look at the recipe and get set to try this one!
Talking about chocolates, I really love them. And it is hard to believe that there are people who dislike chocolates. For me, it is one of the most tastiest treats ever. And Bounty is my all time favorite, after Snickers 🙂 And now that Science says that dark chocolate is actually good for health, why think twice before munching on them?
So it is my blog, Salt N Pepper’s first anniversary.. or you may call bloggoversary?? Well, I have seen many of my blogger friends posting special recipes on their blog’s birthday. So I thought why not me? I was on a very long break, and away from blogging for quite some time. There was a very special family function at home. I’m not sure what kept me away from this space, even after coming back. But finally I’m here. So thought of restarting with a very simple recipe.
All you need to make these Bounty chocolate bars are fresh grated coconut, condensed milk and chocolate. I have used dark chocolate, you may use milk chocolate too. Because in original version, it is milk chocolate. You will need 2 cups of fresh grated coconut, 1/2 cup condensed milk and 250 g dark chocolate. First mix together the grated coconut with the condensed milk in a bowl. Then using clean hands, mould them into rectangular bars. And place the prepared bars on a baking tray covered with parchment paper. This measurement yields approximately 12 Bounty bars. Once all the coconut condensed milk mixture is used up, freeze the bars for 30 minutes.
Meanwhile, melt the chocolate chunks. Microwave the chocolate for about 30 seconds, stirring them after every 10 seconds. Or you may even use the double boiler method for melting the chocolate. That is, place a bowl of water for boiling. Then take the chocolates in a second bowl. Place the second bowl over the first one. Make sure the water doesn’t touch the second bowl. Stir until chocolate melts completely. Keep this aside.
Take the prepared coconut bars out of the freezer. I took one at a time, to avoid getting messed up. Take a wire rack and place on a plate. Then place the coconut bar on the wire rack and pour the melted chocolate over it. Carefully turn and coat the other side too. Alternately, you may place the coconut bar in the bowl containing melted chocolate and using 2 forks coat them with chocolate. Remove excess chocolate. Then place this chocolate coated coconut bar on a baking tray covered with parchment paper. Similarly prepare all the bars. Then refrigerate for at least an hour. Yummy Bounty chocolate bars are ready!!
So, on this day of my Blog Anniversary, I would like to thank each one of my lovely readers for all your support. Please continue to share your feedback and suggestions about my recipes, photographs and anything related to my blog. I would love to hear them. I will strive to bring more delicious recipes to you.
Stay Blessed!! 🙂