Sunday, 23 October 2016
'Trick or Treat' Rocky Road
These rocky road squares are a great way of using up any left-over goodies that your trick or treater's haven't taken. So quick and easy, these chocolatey delights take a matter of minutes to put together and are great to make with children (as there is no actual baking involved). I have used a selection of my favourite confectionary in this recipe, but feel free to use whatever left over loot you have lying around (sweets, chocolate and biscuits will all work well here), just make sure that you have enough melted chocolate to cover everything evenly.
Makes around 12 squares.
For the rocky road:
200g milk chocolate
100g dark chocolate
150g mini marshmallows
100g biscuits of your choice, broken into small pieces (I used McVitie's digestive nibbles)
A selection of treats (I used a variety of chocolate, see photo for details)
Place the treats, marshmallow and broken biscuits into a large bowl.
Melt the chocolate.
Pour the melted chocolate into the treats and stir until everything is well combined.
Place the chocolate/treat mixture into a medium rectangle baking tin, that has been lined with clingfilm.
Smooth the mixture into the sides of the tin and then place in the fridge, for at least two hours, until it has set.
When the rocky road has set, dust it with a little icing sugar and then cut into large squares.
This sweet treat will keep well in an air-tight container, for about a week ( that's if it lasts that long!).