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Rocky Road Recipe

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Serves 1 - 20 Pieces

Here is a really easy and tasty recipe for Rocky Road. There are so many variations, you can add nuts, dried fruit and biscuits it really is up to you.

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  • 8oz digestive biscuits - I used the dark choc ones for yours but works well with plain and rich tea too.
  • 4oz butter
  • 3 big tablespoons golden syrup
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • handful of raisins
  • handful marshmallow
  • handful chopped glace cherries.
  • 200g bar bornville choc


    1. Melt butter, golden syrup and add cocoa powder - stir. Add raisins, cherries, marshmallow ( you can add anything like honeycomb too) pour in to the crushed biscuit mix and mix really well
    2. e a square tin with grease proof ( about 8-10 inch is ok) Pour mix in and spread and press down Melt the Bourneville and pour over and spread.
    3. Chill for at least 2 hours and then cut in to the size squares or diamonds you want!
    4. Sometimes I add some melted white choc on the top to give a marbled effect

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