- Dish type
- Chocolate sweets
- Rocky road
These slices have everything: marshmallows, chocolate and nuts. Nice for parties or Halloween.
35 people made this
- 4 tablespoons plain flour
- 80g ground walnuts
- 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 5 tablespoons packed brown soft sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 50g miniature marshmallows
- 170g chocolate chips
- 1 egg
MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:15min ›Ready in:30min
- Preheat oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Grease and flour a swiss roll tin.
- Sieve flour, baking powder and salt together. Set aside.
- In a medium size bowl, combine sugar, egg, butter and vanilla. Beat until smooth. Stir in flour mixture. Stir in 8 tbsp nuts. Pour into swiss roll tin. Bake for 15 minutes.
- Remove from oven; while hot, arrange marshmallows and remaining nuts and chocolate chips on top of bars. Return to oven for 2 minutes or just until chocolate is softened. Swirl and cool until chocolate is set. Cut into slices.
Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(19)
Reviews in English (14)
Did I do this right? It's tasty but it seems a little flat to be called 'bars'; and I even put it in a smaller pan than the recipe called for. I'd double the recipe if I was going to make this again.-31 Mar 2004
I made this recipe because we had the ingredients on hand and because I love chocolate! This recipe was even a little much for me. Perhaps incorporating condensed milk would make it more moist. I would also suggest using half a cup of chocolate chips instead of a full cup.-20 Jul 2008
Maltesers rocky road bars recipeJessica Dady May 11, 2021 8:00 am
F10XK4 A delightful sweet treat, Rocky Road.
Nutrition per portion
For a new take on the picnic-essential, try these Maltesers rocky road bars.
Our recipe for Maltesers rocky road bars takes the classic marshmallow, chocolate and biscuit snack recipe and adds a little something extra. The crunch of the Maltesers pairs perfectly with the soft marshmallows and smooth milk chocolate. As it only takes 15 minutes to create 12 of these bars, they’re ideal for making as a last-minute addition to a picnic or party table. For something different, swap out the milk chocolate in this Maltesers rocky road recipe for white or dark chocolate. Add cranberries for a sharp contrast to the moreish Maltesers.
How to make vegan rocky road
This is a pretty simple recipe but I wanted to write step-by-step instructions for anyone who&rsquos never made a vegan dessert before!
The first step is to measure out your wet ingredients (you&rsquoll melt them all together!).
You&rsquoll need 250g of vegan dark chocolate (
9oz), 120g of vegan butter (1/2 cup) and 3 tablespoons of golden syrup*.
I recommend using semi-sweet dark chocolate for best results, especially if you&rsquore using salty mix-ins such as pretzels. I used Bournville. I&rsquove listed more vegan chocolate options in my UK vegan chocolate guide.
*If you don&rsquot have golden syrup, you can substitute it for agave nectar instead. I wouldn&rsquot recommend using maple syrup in its place though as the flavour is too overpowering for this recipe.
Break up the chocolate and place it in a heatproof bowl with the butter and golden syrup. Gently melt it, mixing often, until there are no lumps of chocolate left.
Set the bowl aside for a few minutes to cool slightly.
In a large bowl, roughly crush 250g of Digestive biscuits (9oz, about 14 biscuits) and 65g of salted pretzels (1 cup).
You want the pieces to be quite chunky with a few smaller crumbs in there. Make sure not to crush them too finely.
Pour the cooled chocolate mixture into the bowl. Add your additional extras. I used 60g of mini vegan marshmallows (1 cup), 20g of sweet and salty popcorn (1 heaped cup) and 35g of vegan white chocolate chunks (1/3 cup).
Mix it all together really well until everything is coated in the chocolate mixture.
Transfer the mixture into a 9 x 13-inch rectangular pan lined with baking paper and spread it out evenly.
Use the back of a wooden spoon or the bottom of a cup to press it tightly into place.
Place it in the fridge for 3 hours until firm.
Remove it from the tin using the baking paper and cut into 12 square pieces.
Rocky Road Slices
Rocky Road Slices with a Twist? These soft, indulgent slices will totally satisfy your sweet tooth!
Rocky Road Slices Recipe
Nugget is finally walking!! It feels like I’ve been waiting ages for him to take his first steps, then it happened so suddenly. He just decided today was the day and he was off. He’s now totally unstoppable, but at least I’ll be burning plenty of calories chasing him and Bam Bam around!
So, what better excuse to indulge in this chocolatey goodness?! The only problem I have is that I just can’t stop eating it! But hey, it’s nearly Christmas, right? I hear that calories don’t count at Christmas…. Should that be untrue, the extra pounds will keep me warm over winter!
Now, rocky road is simply great as it is but these have an extra depth using soft amaretti biscuits in the mix. It’s also gives them a crumbly soft texture which will just melt in your mouth.
These rocky road slices are great for sharing too. Not only because your friends will totally love it but because you can even out the balance if everyone is indulging. Pounds gained together are pounds you won’t notice! Enjoy!
Our top 20 best slice recipes
Slices take their place somewhere between cake and biscuit and are one of the sweetest treats you can sink your teeth into. Sandwiched with soft fillings and textures that range from chewy to flaky, this layered dessert has an unlimited amount of variations.
From old favourites to new classics, holiday-themed slices, and then the ones you just can't live without, slices can do no wrong. So whether you like sweet, salty, sticky, or buttery, you're bound to find one slice recipe on this list worth adding to your baking repertoire.
Here are our top 20 slice recipes.
1. Chocolate caramel Anzac slice
This sensational slice tows the line between two classic desserts: Anzac biscuits and caramel slice. Together they create a whole new tasty treat that's not to be missed!
2. Perfectly traditional vanilla slice
It's hard to top this old favourite. If you're looking for a reliable, mouth-watering dessert then this one suits all occasions.
3. Passionfruit swirl cheesecake slice
Get creative in the kitchen with this summery slice that is made to be eaten by the pool or for dessert on a warm evening.
4. Easter egg slice
While the kids may love mini Easter eggs and bunnies, this decadent slice will be a hit with the adults. Who said Easter was for kids?
5. Pear, chocolate, and hazelnut brownie slice
With so many flavours to savour, this rich slice is a fudgy blend of deliciousness.
6. Easy mango and shortbread slice
This creative dessert combines the natural sweetness of fresh mango with the creamy flavour of custard for a dessert no sweet tooth could resist.
7. Caramel pretzel slice
Whip up a batch next time you want to impress your guests. You're welcome.
8. Old-fashioned lemon and grapefruit slice
While this slice may have fallen out of fashion, it's back with a simple Fast Ed reboot that you have to try!
9. Coconut marshmallow slice
This spongey whipped marshmallow and toasted coconut slice is like a small bite of (fluffy)heaven.
10. Riverland sultana slice
No slice list is complete without this Aussie classic. Make it even better by adding in some ginger and coconut.
11. Crunchy chocolate slice
Chocolate is the superior ingredient in a perfect slice, so you can't go wrong with this crunchy, chocolatey recipe.
12. Pear and custard slice
This fruity, crumbly slice goes down nicely with a steaming pot of well-made tea.
13. Chocolate Christmas pudding rocky road slice
If you think Christmas recipes couldn't get any better, you haven't made this rocky road slice yet. Add it to your festive celebration menu now!
14. Strawberry coconut slice
The classic strawberry slice gets a reboot with this tasty recipe. Rather than leaving it at one layer, top it off with a coconut mixture before baking!
15. Fruit salad cheesecake slice
Made with a biscuit base, a creamy filling, and topped off with a colourful array of fresh fruit.
16. Museli slice
Say goodbye to toast with this breakfast-approved museli slice!
17. Caramel slice
If there's one slice recipe you need in your baking repertoire it's this crowd-pleaser.
18. Raspberry ricotta slice
This slice just might be the prettiest dessert you'll ever see. And it's diabetic-friendly too!
19. Easy mocha slice
If you like coffee morning, noon, and night, then why not also have it for dessert with this easy-made slice.
20. Chewy chocolate caramel slice
This slice has everything you could want in one bite: chunky chocolate bits, oozy caramel, and crunchy walnuts on a rich chocolate cake base.
Makes: 24 | Prep time: 15 mins | Chilling time: 2–3 hours
400g Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, broken into squares
1. Line a 30 x 20cm baking tin with baking parchment.
2. Put the chocolate squares in a large glass bowl and microwave them for 20–30 seconds. Take out the bowl and stir the chocolate, then repeat until it is all melted. Alternatively, place the bowl over a pan of gently simmering water until the chocolate has melted.
3. Put the digestive biscuits into a sealable plastic bag and bash them with a rolling pin until you have a mixture of different-sized pieces. You want some quite big crunchy pieces – not just crumbs.
4. Stir the crushed biscuits and marshmallows into the melted chocolate until everything is well combined and coated.
5. Transfer the mixture to the lined tin, pushing it into the corners and levelling the top. Push in the Cadbury Mini Eggs, distributing them evenly, and press them down with a spatula or the back of a spoon.
6. Chill the mixture in the fridge for 2–3 hours (or overnight) until it is set. Cut it into 24 squares and store them in an airtight container in the fridge.
Recipe from Cadbury Mini Egg Cookbook by Cadbury, (£9.99). Available at Waterstones, Amazon and good book retailers nationwide
- 14 ounces ruby chocolate, chopped
- ½ cup coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 18 shortbread cookies (such as Walkers®), coarsely chopped
- ½ (10 ounce) package marshmallows, cut into cubes
- ½ cup shelled pistachio nuts
- ½ cup slivered almonds
- 1 ½ ounces candied flowers
- 3 tablespoons freeze-dried raspberries
- 3 tablespoons coconut flakes
Grease a small baking sheet and line it with waxed paper.
Place ruby chocolate, coconut oil, and vanilla extract in a large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on full power until melted, about 1 1/2 minutes. Remove and stir vigorously with a silicone spatula. Press any remaining solid pieces of chocolate into the hot liquid until melted.
Add shortbread cookies, marshmallows, pistachios, almonds, candied flowers, raspberries, and coconut flakes to the chocolate mixture. Stir gently until fully coated.
Spread mixture on the prepared baking sheet and refrigerate until firm, 1 to 2 hours. Cut into squares using a really sharp knife.
How to make turkish delight rocky road:
This recipe is so easy to make, first of all melt the chocolate in a glass bowl in the microwave. It takes around 2 minutes but keep checking on it so it doesn’t burn. Once it is melted stir together and let it cool a little bit.
Add the chopped roasted almonds, Turkish Delight and marshmallows to the melted chocolate and stir together. Pour into a lined baking tray and chill in the fridge until set. This takes about an hour.
Once set cut into pieces and store in an airtight container in the fridge.
This recipe is a great one to get the kids involved by stirring it all together and adding ingredients into the bowl. It’s also one of my favourite recipes to make because it’s so tasty licking the bowl and spoon afterwards.
Common questions about this recipe:
How long does it keep for? This rocky road will keep well in airtight container in the fridge for up to two weeks.
What size slice tin do you use? For this recipe I use my 18 x 27 cm slice tin.
Rocky Road is an amazing gift for friends and family so why don’t you try making it for Birthdays, Christmas or Valentines Day.
Let’s break down the ingredients.
First for this Caramilk Rocky Road we need Caramilk Chocolate (obviously.) If you can’t get your hands on Caramilk specifically you can use any other brand of caramelised white chocolate or alternatively, use white chocolate.
Next you need Honeycomb Maltesers (or regular if you prefer), digestive biscuits (graham crackers) and marshmallows (the pink things in my rocky road are marshmallows).
1. Preheat the oven to 180°C. Grease a 27x18cm slice tin and line with baking paper.
2. Sift flour, baking powder and cocoa into a bowl. Stir in caster sugar and coconut. Add butter and egg, mixing well. Spread over the base of the prepared tin.
3. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Cool for 15 minutes and then spread with topping.
4. While the cake is cooling make the topping by placing chocolate and Kremelta in a heatproof bowl. Sit over a saucepan of simmering water. Stir continuously until smooth. Set aside for 5 minutes to cool slightly.
5. Add marshmallows, coconut and nuts to the melted chocolate. Mix well. Spread over the warm base. Allow topping to set before cutting into pieces.