White Chocolate Rocky Road
White Chocolate Rocky Road

White Chocolate Rocky Road

White chocolate rocky road

“Little A” thought all her dreams had come true when I told her we would be making a Christmas “Rocky Road”.  She wasn’t quite sure what Rocky Road was, but she soon decided it was going to be pretty good by the bags of lollies I was getting down from the top shelf of the pantry.

It was so much fun to make this treat with her, because she didn’t need a lot of help to get results that she was thrilled with. I made the cups from a little melted chocolate as a finishing touch.

Rocky road


2 x 220gm Dream white chocolate

1/3 cup coconut

85gm natural pistachio nuts

200gm raspberry lollies

250gm marshmallow cut in half

150gm milk chocolate


Line a metal tray with folded aluminum foil.

In a bowl combine coconut, nuts, lollies and marshmallows. In a glass bowl melt the white chocolate using short bursts of a microwave.

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Pour the melted chocolate over the lolly mixture and combine well.

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Pour the rocky road into the prepared tin and push all the ingredients down firmly. Refrigerate until set. Cut into squares.

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Melt milk chocolate in the microwave. Using silicone cup cake moulds, brush the mould with chocolate and refrigerate. Repeat brushing chocolate on the moulds and refrigerating until the mould is thick with chocolate.

Turn the chocolate out of mould and fill with the rocky road.

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  1. I just luv those chocolate cups…my mind is spinning with ideas of what to do with them!

    My first time visiting your beautiful blog with your stunning images.

  2. I think Anais would find your kitchen a riot! I wouldnt get her back with all the great things you make conor!

    I am pleased you have found my site and like it Cristina, the cups were really easy! I am on my way to have a look at what you have been cooking 🙂

  3. I am with Conor – I love the look of your pantry – I have pantry envy!!!

    Oh and rocky road envy too! I could go one of those right now!!

  4. How sweet! (Literally!) Very Christmassy and easy to make too which is a bonus 🙂

  5. I am really happy it came up looking “Christmassy” I was just trying to think of something easy for Anais to make with me. Turkish delight is my favourite, it would be magic with the white chocolate!

  6. it looks amazing! would make a fantastic gift!

  7. Mmmm….now you’re talking my language – coconut and raspberry lollies. Could you pls send one my way?

  8. My husband is envious of your delicious creations, please please send one of each creation to our home address of:………

  9. I had a recipe ready to go this weekend using craisins but am now going with the delish raspberry lollies – I can’t wait to try this receipe with my children – thank you 🙂

  10. Aww, such a cute little helper in the kitchen. Some of my fondest childhood memories are baking alongside my Mum.
    Love the white chocolate contrast with the pistachios and raspberry lollies.

  11. Wow! How good do they look. Absolutely beautiful. I am sure they taste great as well.

  12. Thanks everyone for the great comments. They all disappeared pretty quicky so I think they were a success! I love having a helper in the kitchen, Anais will help make anything 🙂

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