Wednesday, December 22, 2010

White Chocolate Rocky Road



Every year at Christmas for as long as I can remember my Mum or Dad always made a huge batch of rocky road, some was taken to my Grandma's, some to my Nanna's and the rest got munched on over the break. This year I decided to made my own version.

I love how easy rocky road is, it takes hardly any time to make and you can pretty much put anything you like in it. A warning, this recipe makes alot! Two whole brownie pans.

White Chocolate Rocky Road


600 grams Turkish Delight
800 grams Toasted marshmallows
500 grams White chocolate
180 grams Pistachios

To make the rocky road- line two slice tins with baking paper.

Spread pistachios evenly over a baking tray, roast in a moderate oven until fragrant. Keep and eye on them they burn quickly, and then you (me) have to make sad faces as you tip them into the rubbish.


Chop up the Turkish delight and marshmallows into chunks and mix together with nuts in a large bowl.


break up the blocks of chocolate into a microwave safe bowl. Microwave the chocolate 20 seconds at a time until melted.


pour the melted chocolate over the marshmallow, Turkish delight and pistachios, mix together until everything is coated,

Spoon the rocky road mixture into prepared tins and spread out evenly.


Cover the the rocky road with cling wrap and refrigerate until set.

7 comments:

  1. It is lovely to see other food bloggers who are rocky road crazy like me! I've also posted a white chocolate rocky road; but your turkish delight idea is new to me. Great stuff

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  2. Oooh yum! I can't believe I've never seen a white chocolate rocky road before; I've always seen them with milk choc and biscuit included. My other half loves it, but he loves turkish delight and white choc even more, so this would be perfect! It looks much prettier than the milk choc ones too.

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  3. Anything with pistachios and these ingredients must be fantastic! I'll have to google turkish delight and see if we can get it over here. Beautiful photography!

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  4. Rocky road are always very pretty with their colourful addition. What a great gift for this festive season!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family and have a wonderful holidays :D

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  5. Two whole brownie pans full of Rocky Road is just fine by me! Looks fantastic ;0)

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  6. Wow! It's gorgeous! Caroline B. blog Tomates cerises et Basilic I'm your new follower!

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  7. This is my kind of rocky road and the colours make it the perfect Christmas treat. I always use turkish delight as well it's the best. Hope you and your family have a wonderful and safe Christmas.

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