September 12, 2020 10:25:08 pm
Who doesn’t like a bit of sweetness added to their day? If you are a chocolate lover, you surely would have tried numerous chocolate recipes to add that extra zing to a regular day. Instead of regular chocolate, how about indulging in some bounty bars that can provide the much-needed crunch to your day? Here’s a simple and easy recipe that we thought you would like to try.
Bakery chef Shivesh Bhatia recently shared an easy recipe to make the delectable dessert.
Here’s what Bhatia said: “One of my favorite chocolate bars has to be a classic bounty bar. I absolutely love pairing chocolate with coconut and the result of one such recent recipe were these easy homemade bounty bars. Made with simple ingredients, I know that you’ll be whipping up these delicious bounty bars every other day!”
Take a look.
For six mini bars
1 1/2 cup – Shredded coconut
1/2 cup – Condensed milk
2 cups – Melted chocolate
A pinch of salt
*In a clean bowl, take the shredded coconut and add condensed milk to it.
*Using a spatula, mix both the ingredients till you get a sticky mixture.
*Scoop some of this mixture out and shape them into bars using your hands.
*After shaping, put the bars on a tray and refrigerate for an hour.
*Chop the chocolate into fine pieces.
*Melt your chocolate on a double boiler and add in a pinch of sea salt.
*Dunk the bars in the melted chocolate, making sure it’s coated properly on all sides. You can also put the bars on a wire rack and pour the melted chocolate on the bars.
*Let the excess chocolate drip and place the bars on a tray lined with parchment paper.
*Using an offset spatula, make three lines on top of the bounty bars.
*Refrigerate for about an hour.
Would you like to snack on these?
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