R - Rocky Road Recipe

Share it Please

Getting given a rocky road recipe was probably one of the best things ever. My family have used this recipe countless amounts of times, whether its just for a family treat, for a birthday party, a cake sale or a 'bring and share' event at school, Rocky Road is the perfect thing to bake. It doesn't take very long and it's a bit different to your typical chocolate cupcake, so it's unlikely anyone else will have bought or thought of the same idea.

Rocky Road:

With this recipe it all depends on how big a dish you use, and how many pieces you cut it in to once its been refrigerated - however I will say you don't want the pieces to be too large as it's quite rich so small amounts at a time is plenty.


125g of Soft Butter (Such as Stork)
300g of Dark Chocolate (Own brand is fine)
3 x 15ml tablespoons of Golden Syrup
200g Biscuits (Rich Tea or Digestive are best)
100g of Mini Marshmallows 


1) Melt the butter, chocolate and golden syrup in a small bowl over a pan of boiling water. Put aside some of the melted mixture.
2) Crush the biscuits in a sealed bag with a rolling pin so you get both crumbs and pieces.
3) Fold the biscuit pieces into the melted chocolate
4) Add in the marshmallows and continue to combine the mixture
5) Press down into a baking pan or dish and spread the mixture so it covers the entire bottom of the pan/dish.
6) Dribble the put aside melted butter, chocolate and golden syrup over the top of the mixture.
7) Refrigerate for a minimum of 2 hours or overnight.
8) Once the mixture is solid, remove from fridge and cut it up into fingers. Then store in the fridge.
9) Enjoy!

I hope you love Rocky Road as much as me and my family. Alternative versions are Creme Egg Rocky Road which me and my best friend Meg, created a video tutorial of on our YouTube channel, click here to watch it!

"A balanced diet is chocolate in both hands"

Until Tomorrow,

Alice x

No comments:

Post a Comment