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Mounds Brownies

By: Katrina from In Katrina's Kitchen
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This rich and chocolaty brownie recipe comes from Katrina at In Katrina's Kitchen and is simple heavenly. Just when you think it couldn't get any better, the brownie is topped with coconut and more chocolate. Sweet and delicious, don't miss out on this wonderful recipe.


  • 1 box of brownies
  • 5 1/3 cups shredded, unsweetened coconut
  • 1 can (14-ounces) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 can chocolate frosting.


  1. Prepare brownies as it says on the package and let cool completely.

  2. In the bowl of your mixer combine coconut, sweetened condensed milk, and powdered sugar until all ingredients are incorporated.

  3. Spread coconut mixture over brownies.

  4. Place can of frosting in the microwave for 10 seconds (please be sure to remove foil liner and lid) until pourable.

  5. Pour frosting over the coconut mixture. Let cool and set up.

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I bought sweetened coconut by mistake. Can I use it in this recipe?

In reading the comments, I noticed someone else had the same thought that I did of adding almonds to the coconut mixture to make them taste like an Almond Joy bar. I might also add some chopped walnuts or slivered almonds to the brownie mix, since I always feel brownies are incomplete unless they have some nuts mixed into the batter.

I love Mounds, so when I saw this recipe, I had to try it. I made these while family was over through the Thanksgiving break. This was a hit. I ended up having to make two batches. Everyone loved them. They actually do taste like a mounds on a cake. I will be making these again for Christmas to give when I give cookies. Excellent recipe, thank you for posting this!

This looks so good! I love coconut and chocolate together, and this brownie recipe looks absolutely genius.

I love the combination of chocolate and coconut in this recipe! One of my favorite chocolate bars actually contains finely shredded coconut too and the flavor is really great. Plus, coconut is a good source of energy so including coconut in this brownie recipe definitely increases its nutritional value. I'm looking forward to adding a layer of coconut the next time I make brownies.

These are very rich, so you only "need" a small square! My coconut was a finer shred than in the picture. Theirs looks like a wide shred like maybe they shredded the coconut themselves, too. And I used a dark chocolate frosting and thinned it a little to be like a glaze. There are some pecan pieces under that glaze, too!

My fiance loves coconut, so I can't wait to make these for him! They do sound very rich-- I might replace the chocolate frosting with some sort of chocolate chip mixture instead to cut down on the sweetness. And I think it would be great with walnuts or a baked graham cracker crust to add some crunch.

Is it good????

I'm printing this one out right now. Sounds delish!

OMG!! Add some almonds and it will pure en "joy"ment.

This is pretty tasty, but it is so very, very rich that I think it's important to remember to cut them in small bites.


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