Rocky road is a classic favourite for everyone! Who doesn’t love that chewy, crunchy delicious combination?! I made a batch to take away to Carradale with me for Scott’s family as a thank you for having me! Here’s how I made it…
Ingredients: 300g plain chocolate (I halved this and then made it up with milk chocolate, but it’s up to you) 200g rich tea biscuits, 125g butter, 3 tbsp golden syrup, 50g mini marshmallow + 50g raisin (you can alter which dried fruit if you want, or just use marshmallows)
1. Boil a pan of water, then place a heat proof bowl over it. Melt the chocolate, butter and syrup in the bowl. Remove when all melted together, and save about 125ml of mixture for the topping.
2. Crush the biscuits in a sandwich or freezer bag. You want them to be like bread crumbs or they down combine well in the final mixture (some of the pieces in this picture are slightly too large) Then add your marshmallows and raisins and stir all together till most of the mix is chocolate covered.
3. Pour your mixture into a square dish and push down firmly (this bit can be messy!) until it’s a fat and compressed as possible. Pour the saved chocolate over and spread evenly. Place in the fridge for about four hours, then… voila!
These are so tasty but are rich too, so you only need small pieces when you cut it up! Enjoy!