Brownies with the taste of bounty chocolates is
an amazing treat !
After making this recipe I thought of another
combination to halve the quantity of brownie
mix ,and increase the amount of coconut ,and
then add chocolate . That way 2 layers will be
equal ( brownie + coconut) .Anyway try both, as
this recipe was delicious .I made the chocolate
(homemade chocolate )with cocoa powder,
coconut oil and honey .
You could use the basic ganache on the cake .
Thin bars of these beauties,can be dipped in
chocolate ,refrigerated and served.
Do try and post your feedback
For basic chocolate brownie
100 gm butter
100 gm sugar ( 50 gm brown +50 gm white)
2 tbsp cocoa powder/ 100 gm chocolate/ chips
1/2 tsp vanilla essence / rum/ brandy
75 gm flour +1 tbsp cornflour
A pinch of salt
3/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp coffee powder ( optional)
•Using a double boiler method melt the
chocolate and butter together.
•Remove from fire
•Add coffee powder and salt.
•Beat eggs and sugar in another bowl, till sugar
•Add to the chocolate mixture and mix well.
•Fold in the flour , baking powder and bake in a
preheated 180C oven for 20 -25 minutes .
•Allow to cool .
•Add coconut layer and top it with ganache.
For the coconut layer
( for a thicker layer double the quantity)
1 cup desiccated coconut
1 tsp liquid glucose
3/4 cup -1 cup powdered sugar ( according to
your sweet tooth)
a pinch of salt
•Mix all together for 2 minutes on a low flame .
(only to get the moisture ,and not crumble)
•Spread on cooled brownie, and press slightly .
•Pour ganache and allow to set in fridge .
•Cut into slices and serve !
1/2 cup cocoa powder+a pinch of coffee powder
1/4 cup coconut oil
a pinch of salt
5 tbsp honey or icing sugar ( if using icing
sugar add later)
1/2 cup cream ( to make ganache)
Melt coconut oil and cocoa on a double boiler .
If adding honey add now ,or remove from fire
add 1 cup icing sugar .
If too thick ,add 1 tbsp of hot water and mix to
Using a spatula keep mixing the chocolate till
thick and creamy .
Heat cream ,and to chocolate mixture and pour
over the brownie.