Homemade Bounty Bars
By Maha Yacine • September 11, 2015
Tested by Cairo Cooking
This is a simple dessert you can prepare in advance and keep in the fridge for surprise visits or prepare as a gift for friends. We made them into mini bars since it's a heavy high-calorie dessert. They were chewy and indulgent - a dream to any coconut lover. For the chocolate we preferred melting high quality cooking chocolate instead of the overly sugary milk chocolates.
This dessert is based on 3 ingredients only yet delicious and easy to prepare!
Your kids will enjoy preparing them with you too.
- 70 gram coconut (3/4 cup) - جوز الهند
- 100 gram condensed milk (1/3 cup) - لبن مركز محلى
- 100 gram chocolate bar - لوح شكولاته
Step by step
- Mix the coconut with the sweetened condensed milk and let it chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
- After this time, form bars by putting the mixture into a rod-shaped silicone mold or folding it in your hands. Put in the freezer for another half an hour.
- In the meantime, melt the chocolate. Then dip the bars one by one in melted chocolate. Leave to drain on a wire rack and refrigerate for half hour just until chocolate hardens.
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