Saturday, March 5, 2016

Bounty Bar Brownies


BM # 62
Week :1 , Day: 3
Theme: Cooking with Coconut


For day 3 under Cooking with Coconut, I baked brownies with Bounty Bar. These Brownies were actually for December Bakeathon, but somehow I could not participate. I have always been fond of Brownies and love trying different varieties.

 Among chocolates, Bounty Bar is my favorite. While making these brownies, I decided to sandwich the brownie with bounty bar. I was not very happy with the end result as it did not look as I expected, I was looking for a nice coconut white layer.  of course the taste was fantastic.The chocolate had melted and the white layer turned into brown. Wonder why it didn't click while baking..., but the brownie was gooey, and delicious with that mild coconut.



Bounty Bar Brownies

Ingredients
1 tsp corn starch
1 cup APF
2 tsp coffee + 1 tsp hot water
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1-2 cup cocoa powder
1/4 cup oil
1 cup buttermilk
1 tsp vanilla essence
1 pack mini bounty bars

Method
Preheat oven to 175deg C.
Mix together APF, cocoa powder, baking powder, sugar.
In another bowl combine oil, butter milk, coffee mix, vanilla essence.
Mix wet and dry ingredients till well combined.
Pour half the mix into a greased tin.
Arrange the bounty bars in an even order.
Pour the rest of the batter .
Bake for 25 -30 minutes or till done.
Cool and cut into pieces.




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17 comments:

  1. You have just given me an idea to use up a big batch of mini chocolate bars I have at home. Its always dangerous to leave those around :D.

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  2. I had to check what bounty bars are. :) I love coconut stuffed candy and am sure these brownies were yum.

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  3. At this moment I just want to gulp down these brownies...looking so tempting.Never mind if white coconut layer is not visible properly but, that gooey dark brown texture is making it lip smacking...believe me :)

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  4. Fantastic bounty bars..pack me some dear

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  5. Coconut bar brownies looks so tempting.

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  6. That looks like an interesting version of brownie..

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  7. Kids will love these bounty bars.. They look delicious.

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  8. I hope I can lay off the bounty bars long enough to bake these.

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  9. Such moist and fluffy brownies, Vaishali.

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  10. The bounty bars look very inviting. I'm sure they were delicious.

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  11. Seeing the heading I thought you baked bounty bars😊. This is an innovative brownie recipes, sandwiching bounty bar in brownie batter.

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  12. Brownies got a very nice texture,looks so moist and soft..

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  13. My mouth started watering the minute I read the title of the post. What a sinful treat this is Vaishali. Looks amazing.

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  14. Brownies have become my recent favourite (I know! never liked them before) The chocolate and the coconut should have made this sinful!

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  16. Ok I checked up too and never realized thats what is called bounty bars...never mind the brownies are so tempting vaishali

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