This recipe is barely a recipe because, let’s be honest, you can’t go far wrong when making Rocky Road. It’s more a reminder to make it. It’s so easy and really great to do with kids – you need very few ingredients, few utensils and you won’t get precious about the whisking not being done to perfection because there is no whisking.
You Will Need –
- 400g milk chocolate
- Handful of raisins
- Handful of mini marshmallows
- Approximately 8 rich tea biscuits
Get Baking – (I use the term ‘baking’ in its loosest form here)
Melt the chocolate in a heatproof bowl over hot water.
When completely melted, remove. Then break in the biscuits, making sure not to crumble them too much or else you’ll have a Rocky Road/Tiffin mutant.
Then stir in the marshmallows and the raisins, the marshmallows will go a bit gooey in the warmth of the chocolate!
Check your ratios and add more of any ingredients if you like or if you prefer a less chocolatey, more rocky, Road.
Spread out evenly in a tray/dish which has been lined with clingfilm and scatter a few marshmallows over the top. (Approximately 20cm squared tin or an average cake tin will do, you’ll get fun triangular wedges.)
Chill in the fridge for 2 hours, covered with the sides of the clingfilm.
Take it out of the tin by lifting the clingfilm, remove film and chop it up into generous chunks.