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This post and recipe are part of the ‘My Mum’s Kitchen’ series where I share with you some of my mum’s delicious baking and cooking. You can find all the posts in this series here or in the main menu under “MY MUM’S KITCHEN”.
NOTE: The inclusion of croutons is optional. Without them, the recipe is 100% gluten free and paleo.
But what I love most of all is my mum’s cooking. It’s often said that any dish prepared by someone else tastes infinitely better than if you had prepared it yourself; and surely nothing tastes better than your mum’s cooking. Of course, I may be somewhat biased.
You know one thing I haven’t talked about on here? Chemistry. Which is strange, given that – you know – I’m an Inorganic Chemistry PhD student.
Here’s the thing: Chemistry is fun and wonderful and exciting and in my humble opinion the closest we can get to “magic”. I’m sure many physicists, mathematician and artists are shaking their fists at me right now and shouting war, but hey – to each their own.
This is what happens when you really want a decadent ice cream sundae, but it’s cold and miserable outside, you’re battling with a cold and you know that a freezing cold ice cream isn’t the best idea. (Even though ice cream is always a great idea.) But we won’t be defeated – it’s June and that fact alone demands that if we want ice cream, ice cream is what we’ll get.
First of all, these chocolate covered coconut bars are not homemade Bounty bars. They are so much more. They are Bounty bars raised to the power of more allergy friendly, more healthy and definitely 100% more delicious. (I’ve been informed that “Bounty” doesn’t really ring a bell for the USA folks… we’re talking about Mounds bars-type thingies. Cultural differences, what can you do.)