I have made a rocky road with dark chocolate and with white chocolate, no one prepared me for how delicious adding biscoff to a rocky road would be. If you haven’t tried one yet, now is definitely the time.Continue reading “Biscoff Rocky Road”
A Tiffin is very similar to a rocky road but without the marshmallows. You can add your favourite treats to a Tiffin. I have added chocolate orange and dried cranberries to mine this timeContinue reading “Chocolate Orange and Cranberry Tiffin”
In this white chocolate rocky road I have used custard creams. This was a favourite biscuit when I was younger.
I cut my rocky road into 12 squares, but this can easily be cut into more or less as you like it. Continue reading “White Chocolate Rocky Road With Custard Creams”
I have used jammy dodgers in my white chocolate rocky road, the combination of white chocolate and jammy dodgers is incredible! Continue reading “White Chocolate Rocky Road”
Did you know that the difference between a rocky road and a tiffin is a tiffin doesn’t have marshmallows in it. So if you are a little short on marshmallows for your rocky road just make a tiffin instead!
At times when ingredients are a little low sometimes you need to make the best out of what you have. Here is my Easter Egg Rocky Road for you to enjoy! Continue reading “Easter Egg Rocky Road”
Who doesn’t like a rocky road? All that chocolaty goodness with the chewy marshmallows and the soft crunch of biscuits all in one bite.
You can add almost anything to a rocky road to give it extra crunch, chewiness or added flavour.
I found myself buying more mini eggs after Easter, purely because they had been reduced and I simply couldn’t help myself. Continue reading “Rocky Road”