Bounty Cookies, 180g
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But because I know that sometimes, you just want a cookie within minutes of the cookie craving striking – I recommend you make a larger batch of cookie dough, chill it, scoop it into individual portions, and the keep it in the fridge or freezer until needed. I loved this recipe so much as did my husband ( I have to keep an eye on him so he doesn’t sneak them from the tin), I’ve just made some more now and I’m waiting to cover with chocolate. Ingredient Notes Chop the coconut chocolate candy bars and set aside. Add the cold butter in small pieces to a large bowl and mix until smooth. Add the sugar and mix until light and fluffy. Add the egg and vanilla extract and mix until combined. Mix the flour with baking powder, baking soda, and salt and add to the bowl – mix until just combined. You should still see some flour. Add the chopped candy bars and chocolate chips and fold in. The dough might be a bit crumbly but that is ok. Divide the dough into 8-9 portions and roughly press them together but do not roll them into balls – they should look rough. Place on a board, cover and place in the fridge overnight.
Typically, store-bought chocolate contains additives, artificial ingredients, chemicals to hold the chocolate coating in shape and not to melt when left longer at room temperature. Honestly speaking, these store-bought chocolates are high in sugar content, high in glucose & corn syrup, this makes it addictive. Moreover, it is unhealthy for everyone especially kids, obese people and also diabetic people. Homemade Bounty bars – delicious, melt-in-mouth coconut filling coated with milk chocolate. No-Bake Chocolate covered coconut bars ready with just 3 ingredients that too within a few minutes. Now, you can make your own favourite bounty recipe at home as good as the real ones. While I totally get that you might not want to wait for your cookie dough to chill (trust me, I’m a super impatient baker as well!), you really do need to chill chocolate chip cookie dough.Into the cookie dough mixture add 1 tbsp of ground ginger powder (can be found in the condiments and spices aisle of the supermarket) and 2 tbsp of chopped crystallised ginger which is found in the baking section of the supermarket. For this recipe I only use dark chocolate. Milk Chocolate Dipped Coconut White Chocolate Honestly, I do not know why I even bother buying cook books. I have at least 30 cook books and most of them are still in their plastic or have never been read. Most of my favourite recipes have been found on the Internet. I started off by using the base cookie recipe. This time I put 50 grams less condensed milk and 25 grams less sugar. I then added nearly a whole bag of Bounty Chocolate. I probably could have added more Bounty Chocolate, but I wanted to be cautious. I also decided to use kitchen scissors rather than a knife to cut up the Bounty Chocolate.
Add your butter and sugars to a bowl and beat till creamy – I use my stand mixer with the beater attachment! Coconut– You’ll want to use sweetened shredded coconut. I like to use the smaller flakes versus the bigger flakes, but it really doesn’t matter.On 3 November 2022, it was announced that Bounty bars would be removed from some Celebrations tubs in the United Kingdom after the manufacturers found that 40% of people hated them. A limited run of "No Bounty" tubs would be available, in the weeks before Christmas. But a final decision had not been made after 18% of people named the Bounty as their favourite.