Sunday, 11 December 2016

Easy Rocky Road Recipe



This rocky road recipe is so quick and easy, tastes and looks great, only problem is saving some for anybody else to try! It would make a perfect edible gift this Christmas and especially as a thank you gift for teachers.



Ingredients:

         250 g unsalted butter, plus extra for greasing
         400 g chocolate
         100 g golden syrup
         250 g digestive biscuits
         200 g smarties (Red and Green to make it festive)
         1 large handful of marshmallows
         1 handful of chocolate biscuits
         icing sugar for dusting


FOR INGREDIENTS
Method:

1 - Grease and line a cake tin (roughly 20cm x 25cm). Half-fill a medium pan with boiling water and simmer over a low heat. Place a heatproof bowl over the pan of simmering water and melt the butter, chocolate and golden syrup together, stirring well



2 - Once the mixture is smooth, wrap the digestive biscuits in a clean tea towel and bash with a rolling pin into rough pieces, then add to the mixture. Add the rest of your fillings, and marshmallows.



3 - Mix everything together until well combined then pour the mixture into the lined tin. Push in a few chocolate biscuits. Pop in the fridge for at least 2 hours, or until set. Once firm, remove from the fridge, carefully remove from the tin and finish with a dusting of icing sugar. Cut into squares and give to friends and family if you can resist not eating them all yourself first.

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23 comments:

  1. Do you know - I've never made rocky road but it looks so easy and what a lovely little gift idea!

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  2. I love rocky road and this rocky road recipe really does look very simple and easy to make!

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  3. Oh this is perfect for Christmas presents for T's teacher. ;) I've bought them presents already, hopefully I remember this next year ;)

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  4. I love rocky road and this recipe looks pretty easy to make. I might need to give this a try x

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  5. I like the fact that it is so easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. We love making rocky roads, yummy!! You recipe looks and sounds great :) Can't wait for the kids to break up from school so we can do some baking.

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  7. This sounds really easy and looks delicious. My boys would love to make these as xmas gifts!

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  8. We made peppermint bark today and now I have a plan for tomorrow. Recipe looks great, thanks for sharing.

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  9. This looks so easy! I'm so going to try it! A particular favourite of my mum's too x

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  10. This is such a perfect gift! I love how easy it is to make and you made it look so lovely all wrapped up. x

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  11. This looks awesome for christmas and looks easy to make too x

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  12. I love Rocky Road! Perfect homemade gift to give to people (or totally indulge in yourself)

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  13. It looks so easy and simple to make. I bet it tastes lovely. Easy to make as well. Thanks

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  14. These look absolutely delicious! Bookmarked for later

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  15. I have lots of mashmallows to finish (left over from my playgroup), I might do this!

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  16. YUM! our favourite! I'm not great at baking but there's no room for error with rocky road!

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  17. I can't believe I have never made rocky road before. Looks so delicious and easy too! :)

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  18. This looks amazing, I so have to try and make this

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  19. This looks amazing and you are right, it does look like an easy recipe x

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  20. I love rocky road but it has been a while since I have had one. What a great recipe!

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  21. I love rocky road! I will have to make some before the new year, it looks so easy!

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  22. I have always loved eating rocky road but never actually made one before, thanks for the recipe

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  23. I love rocky road who doesnt?!. I never thought it was so easy to make them. Thanks for the great recipe. x

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