Homemade Chocolate Coconut Bounty Bars Once you make these Bounty bars you will never look at the store bough either way! These homemade versions of super popular coconut bars are extremely easy to make at your own kitchen and they take only 3 ingredients you already have on hand. So you probably can go and make them right now! Just […] Continue reading... The post Homemade Chocolate Coconut Bounty Bars appeared first on Fun Healthy Recipes
Over the last couple of weeks, Mr. Scrummy and I have somehow got ourselves addicted to old Seinfeld reruns. A family member mentioned it, we watched one episode soon after and then before we knew it we were totally hooked. At first, having never seen even one episode of Seinfeld before, I wasn’t so keen. …
Christmas Rocky Road: It’s not that I felt my usual Rocky Road Crunch Bars needed any improvement (though fiddling with recipes is one of life’s pleasures) but I thought they would benefit from some seasonal adjustment. So, out go the Rich Tea biscuits and in come amaretti and – in the seasonal spirit – I’ve crammed in some Brazil nuts and glacé cherries (as red as Rudolph’s nose), along with snowy mini marshmallows.
The 'Flake' chocolate bar was first developed in 1920. An employee of Cadburys noted that when the excess from the molds used to create other chocolate bars was drained off, it fell off in a stream and created folded chocolate with flaking properties. In 1930, Cadbury started producing a smaller version of the standard Flake bar especially for ice cream cones. These were marketed under the name 99 Flake and sold loose in boxes rather than individually wrapped like the traditional Flake.
fiberandfood.blogspot.com. Baby shower candy game. It's like playing Memory and the guests win a candy bar that corresponds to something having to do with babies and pregnancy, like "Girl's name" would be a Baby Ruth candy bar. Entire list of candy on this blog. So much fun and the guests love it. Lots of laughs!