Homemade Bounty Bars
Ladies and gents you can now make bounty bars in your kitchen! This is our closest candy bar recreation yet and it's SO easy. To get started on these coconut chocolate bars of bliss, all you need is four ingredients. Just FOUR. They're a great idea if you're looking to wow mates. Don't share the recipe... keep it all to yourself.
- 200 g desiccated coconut
- 200 g condensed milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 300 g milk chocolate
Mix The Coconut Filling
Stir together the desiccated coconut with the condensed milk and the drop of vanilla extract.
Pour into the base of a square silicon baking mould or clingfilm lined baking tin.
Chill for several hours in the fridge, or an hour in the freezer usually works.
Shape The Filling
Cut small bars out of the set coconut block that are about 3cm across and 6-7cm long.
Use your finger and thumb to round off the corners to imitate the real chocolate bars.
Line them up on a wire rack over a plastic tray or clean work surface.
Melt the milk chocolate until it's completely smooth.
Pour it over the lined up bars in a continuous stream so that ample chocolate covers each coconut bar and it dribbles down the sides.
Level it with a skewer so that it's perfectly clean.
Mark And Chill
Use the same skewer (or the back of a knife) to create 3 parallel lines on each bar, moving swiftly between them to create the iconic markings on top of the bars.
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