milk chocolate (I use Cadbury) 200g white chocolate 200g marshmallows, chopped in half or leave them whole 180g raspberry lollies 4 x Turkish delight bars, chopped Handful of chopped nuts (peanuts, macadamias etc) (or leave these out if you are looking for a nut-free version) Line a slice tray with baking paper, allowing the sides to overhang. Place the chopped marshmallows, raspberry lollies, Turkish delight and nuts into a large bowl and set aside. Melt the milk chocolate, then pour over the chopped ingredients. Stir to coat well, and press into the lined tray. Melt the white chocolate, and drizzle it over the top. Use a spoon to swirl it into the milk chocolate. Cover and refrigerate until set, then slice and serve.
Reserve a cup of the melted chocolate and the remaining chocolate to the rockyroad mixture. Pat it down gently to make it as even as possible, then pour the reserved chocolate over the rockyroad and spread it evenly, give it a little side-to-side shake to make sure it settle into the crevices
I figured another typical treat that uses a lot of marshmallows is rockyroad. I’ve always wanted to use the rockyroad concept in macarons, and I finally had a handful of marshmallows and time to be able to try it
I know this rockyroad seems more Christmas related but I was craving for some last week. Having raided our cupboards of anything sweet and realising that we had run out of chocolates, I decided I will make some rockyroad over the weekend to [