Simple Chocolate Bounty Balls (with just 4 ingredients)

These simple chocolate bounty balls are quick to make and taste just like the real thing.

Simple Chocolate Bounty Balls (with just 4 ingredients)

Hmm…Bounty Bars. Don’t you just love them? Would it interest you to know that they are just about the simplest goody you can make yourself at home? And right in time for Christmas, too!

Simple Chocolate Bounty Balls (with just 4 ingredients)

This recipe comes from a Swedish site called Koket.se . I didn’t change anything at all, other than double it because I was taking them to a bonfire night party, of all things! You could easily halve my ingredients to make less, or double it if you are wild about coconut!

Simple Chocolate Bounty Balls (with just 4 ingredients)
Ingredients
  • 1 x 400g can of condensed milk
  • 250  desiccated coconut
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla sugar (or essence)
  • 200 g chocolate (I used dark)
  • extra coconut to sprinkle on top
Instructions
  1. Mix together the condensed mik, coconut and vanilla sugar.
  2. Roll into balls of a similar size (I made around 30-40) and place on a tray lined with grease-proof paper. Leave in the fridge to harden a little.
  3. Melt the chocolate and dip each ball in. Place back on the tray and sprinkle with coconut before the chocolate hardens completely. Store in the fridge. Enjoy!

 

If you like candy or sweets, take a look at these recipes:

Chocolate Granola and Soft Toffee Slab

Chocolate Honeycomb (also known as Cinder Toffee)

Dark Chocolate and Peanut Butter Caramel Bark (plus a little info about the blog)

Simple Chocolate Bounty Balls

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  1. I bet these taste like Mounds bars! And what a fun name! Thanks for sharing this to Throwback Thursday and I've pinned it to our board! https://www.pinterest.com/dadwhats4dinner/throwback-thursday/
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  3. Oh these sound and look delicious! I love the little "magic" button that puts it into a recipe I can follow. I vowed to never learn the metric system back in 7th grade! lol I'm going to reblog this because we must share the yumminess :-)
  4. You've just reminded me... My mum would make something very similar called snowballs. They had a glacé cherry in the centre and some were coated in chocolate, some weren't. Thanks!