I first fell in love with rocky road when I lived in Australia. There was a chocolate store there called Daryl Lee which sold the most sumptuous bars of white or milk chocolate rocky road. I could never decide which one I liked most and would usually end up getting both. Back in my mother country of England I never knew that such a divine dessert existed. Last week I just couldn’t get rocky road off my mind after seeing pictures of it everywhere on Pinterest. I saw one in particular that looked spectacular and I quickly set upon making my own version of it. So I present to you today the delectable snickers rocky road. If this doesn’t satisfy your sweet tooth then nothing will.
6 snickers bars
200g of milk chocolate
200g of white chocolate
200g of marshmallows cut into chunks
150g of nuts (I used almonds as I had them already)
Line your chosen tin with clingfilm and make sure it hangs over the sides. Mine is an 7×7 inch square. Next, chop your snickers into 1-2cm chunks. Place your milk chocolate and 3 of the cut up snickers bars in to a glass or metal bowl over a pot of simmering water and allow to melt. Once the chocolate has melted (the snickers will not melt completely), stir in the rest of the snickers chunks, pieces of marshmallow and nuts and make sure they are coated in the melted chocolate. Then pour the mixture into your tin. Clean your bowl then melt the white chocolate and drizzle it on top of the rocky road bars. Put them in the fridge for a few hours so they are completely set. Once it has set remove the rocky road from your tin and pull away the clingfilm and cut into to slices and enjoy. Voilà the easiest and tastiest chocolate bar ever.