Do you love oreos?
Do you love chocolate?
Do you love a bit of crispy goodness?
Well then, since I have your attention, perhaps you would enjoy some rocky road?
First up a photo step-by-step.
|Stir and put in pan to set|
What I love most about the recipe is the versatility...you can add any kinds of biscuits, nuts, marshamallows and chocolate bars and can be adapted for the seasons or for your favourite flavours. Triple toasted coconut rocky road? Halloween themed orange snickers and oreo rocky road? Festive triple peppermint rocky road?
My recipe is adapted from the above ones on my sisters' blog.
Snickers & Oreo Rocky Road:
Makes 16 bars
185g crushed Oreos
100g galaxy cookie crumble or cadbury's oreo creme filled chocolate
185g Rice Krispies
450g Your preferred choice of eating chocolate (I used Dairy Milk, galaxy and some cheaper varieties I had in the baking cupboard)
2 tsp vegetable oil
handful of crushed oreos, marshmallows and cookie crumble
Break the Oreos and cookie crumble into cubes. Chop up marshmallows (I used mini marshmallows so didn't have to do this step). Measure out Rice Krispies and set everything aside. Reserve a small handful of each for decoration.
Melt the eating chocolate and oil together in a glass bowl set above a pan of boiling water.
Once it is completely melted, set aside to cool for 10 minutes. Turn flame down to low and heat the pan of water gently.
Add all the other ingredients into the bowl of chocolate and mix together.
Transfer into a pre greased baking pan.
Sprinkle the reserved goodies on top and press down.
Refrigerate for one hour or until firm, cut and serve and enjoy.
Above is evidence they were enjoyed by all!
What flavours would you put in your rocky road?
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