One time I was playing Punderdome and I had to think of a pun that combined candy and driving. My answer: ROCKY ROAD RAGE!
Speaking of rocky road, it's impossible to go wrong with this treat. It's always a winner!
Maybe because it's just chocolate, marshmallows and cookies AKA the holy trinity of treats.
So I came up with a classic rocky road recipe and stuck mini popsicle sticks in so that the rocky road would set around them. When the rocky road is set, you slice off the rocky road into individual pops and serve them as a mess-free and very cute little dessert!
They're awesome for kid's parties, office bake-offs, bake sales or gifts. They're also pretty good for devouring at home just because it's Wednesday and you want a damn treat.
Rocky Road Pops Supplies
- 16 mini popsicle sticks (I got mine at Spotlight) or cake pop sticks
- 1 small loaf pan or rectangular tupperware container for the rocky road to set in (about 14cmx10cm but you can do whatever size/shape you want - just keep in mind what you want the finished pops to look like because the size of your container will dictate that)
- plastic wrap
Rocky Road Pop Ingredients
- 40g butter
- 200g milk chocolate (one large Cadbury block)
- 200g dark chocolate (on large Cadbury block)
- 75g shortbread-type biscuits (I used Arnott's Scotch Fingers), broken or chopped into chunks
- 75g marshmallow, cut into small pieces
- 2 tablespoons sprinkles
Rocky Road Pops Instructions
1. Line your pan or container with plastic wrap
2. Break up all the chocolate into a microwave-safe bowl
3. Microwave in 30 second increments until chocolate looks just about melted (but don't stir between microwave increments)
4. Add the butter and stir until butter is melted into chocolate and the mixture is smooth
5. Add the marshmallow pieces and biscuit pieces and stir it all together
6. Pour the mixture into your plastic-lined container and insert the sticks into the mixture, spacing them evenly apart (it depends what size your container is, but I did two rows of 8)
7. Scatter sprinkles across the top and put in the refrigerator to set for at least an hour
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