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Easy to make Cocoa-Coconut Chocolate

Here is a recipe from my Aunt. I have tried it and just luv it so much! It has the similar taste of a Bounty Chocolate. It took me around 20mins to do this excluding the 1hr refrigerating part. Sieve all the powder ingredients before preparation.


100gm Dry coconut powder
100gm ~ 4oz Britannia - Marigold biscuits
100gm Powdered Sugar
100gm Drinking Chocolate powder
1/2 cup Milk
1tbsp Butter


  1. Crush the buscuits in a grinder to powdered form and sieve it. 
  2. Make a medium hard dough by mixing drinking chocolate, biscuit powder, sugar (50gms only) and milk. Keep it aside.
  3. Now mix the remaining sugar with the dry coconut powder. Add Butter to it so as to make a paste. Make sure the coconut doesn't fall apart.
  4. Take a medium size thick plastic sheet. Put the chocolate dough on it. Cover the dough with the plastic.
  5. Make a single oval roti by pressing the dough using a Rolling Pin / Velan. Make sure it is even in thickness
  6. Put the coconut mixture on top of the chocolate layer evenly.
  7. Now with the help of the plastic sheet keep folding the chocolate so as to make a cylindrical roll out of it.
  8. Refrigerate it for an hour (not in deep freeze).
  9. Cut the roll in vertical dimensions. Your circular shape chocolate is ready!

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