Monday, 28 September 2015

White Chocolate Rocky Road Recipe



Every Friday at work we have a cake trolley that goes round each floor - each team in the building is on rotation for who does the baking, and every time it comes round I tell myself I'm only allowed to get something if white chocolate rocky road is on offer. this never works out - I always get something.

So this weekend instead of just hoping someone else would provide my sweet tooth with it's craving, I took matters into my own hands.

What you'll need:
A large mixing bowl
A baking tin
A large spoon
A knife

Ingredients:
800g of white chocolate
1 bag of large marshmallows
250g of digestive biscuits
100g of butter 

What to do:

{STEP ONE}
Crush or blend the digestive biscuits until there are no big lumps of whole biscuit left and poor into your mixing bowl

{STEP TWO}
Melt the butter and add to the digestive biscuits, mix together until they bind

{STEP THREE}
This bit is messy - using your hands make small round balls of the biscuit/butter mixture and set aside on a plate to harden

{STEP FOUR}
Melt the chocolate. (if you are doing this in a microwave do it in 10 second blasts, constantly stirring, chocolate burns very very quickly if you leave it in for too long!)

{STEP FIVE}
Pour the chocolate into your mixing bowl and stir in the marshmallows. Lastly add the biscuit balls and stir in.

{STEP SIX}
Pour the mixture into your baking tray and even out, put the tray in the freezer

{STEP SEVEN}
After around 20 minutes in the freezer your mixture should be part ready, you want it still too soft to eat at this point. Take your knife and cut into even squares within the tin before placing back in the freezer.

{STEP EIGHT}
Give the mixture around 2 hours to harden completely and serve! 
Remember to always keep refridgerated... melted chocolate is a nightmare to clean up.




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Until next time,
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4 comments:

  1. These look *so* good! Suddenly the cous cous I'm having for lunch doesn't look so appetising.

    Amy - fourcatsplusus.co.uk x

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