Festive Rocky Road


There's lots of Christmas recipes around at the moment and after the success of my Reindeer Cup Cakes I though I'd do another! 

Now, I've seen all the short clips and links for Festive Rocky Road but nearly every single recipe is American and features ingredients that we simply don't have here! So after a bit of research I've created this original recipe! 

It is very easy to do and if done correctly is something of a showstopper! 

A plate of white chocolate rocky road with two small bottles of milk

You will need

  • 125g best for baking spread - 55p @ Tesco
  • 1 tablespoon of honey - 89p @ Aldi
  • 400g white chocolate - 45p per 100g bar @ Tesco
  • 100g marshmallows - £1 @ Poundland
  • 20 mini or 10 large candy canes - £1 @ Poundland
  • 6 Haribo strawberry pencils - £1 @ Poundland
  • 100g digestive biscuts - 31p @ Tesco
  • Festive sprinkles - £1 @ Asda
  • Mixing bowl
  • Spoon
  • Baking tray lined with greaseproof paper
  • Rolling pin
  • Saucepan 
A picture showing the listed ingredients

Start by breaking up the digestives and candy cakes. I put mine into a sandwich bag and hit them with the rolling pin.  Cut the strawberry pencils into pieces 1 - 2 cm long. Set aside for later.

Ingredients chopped and smashed

Over a low heat melt the spread, honey and chocolate in the saucepan, mixing together as you go. 

A pan with melting ingredients

Once its melted the mixture should be thick and almost gloopy. 

Melted ingredients

Pour into the mixing bowl and quickly add the digestives and marshmallows. If the marshmallows are large ones break them up into smaller pieces. 

Ingredients in a mixing bowl

Stir well and add the candy canes and strawberry pencils.

Ingredients in a mixing bowl

Ingredients in a mixing bowl

The mixture will start to get stiff as it cools so mix as quick as you can and then pour into your baking tray.

Mixture in a baking tray

Mixture in a baking tray

Sprinkle over your festive sprinkles and place in your fridge to set. Leave for at least 3 hours or preferably overnight.

Mixture in a baking tray topped with rudolph sprinkles


When your ready to sample your Festive Rocky Road turn it out of the tin, face down and peel off the greaseproof paper.

Rocky road turned upside down with a greaseproof paper covering

Rocky Road turned upside down

Using a sharp knife cut into pieces. Your Festive Rocky Road is ready for sampling! Store in the fridge whilst in-between bites!

Festive Rocky Road on a Santa plate with mini milk bottles on the side

Enjoy!

Mummy Snowy Owl
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