Easter egg rocky road

  • Total Time

    15m
  • Serves

    16
  • Skill Level

    Easy
  • Dietary Needs

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The rocky road treats are perfect for Easter and really simple to whip up in the kitchen.

Method

  1. Line a square tin with greaseproof paper. A standard brownie tin would be ideal.

  2. Break the milk chocolate into chunks and place them in a bowl above a saucepan of boiling water. Gently melt, stirring occasionally to ensure all the chunks are melted.

  3. Whilst the chocolate is melting, put the marshmallows, broken up digestive biscuits, fudge chunks and creme eggs into a bowl and give it a mix so they are evenly distributed.

  4. Once all the chocolate has melted, pour in the bowl of ingredients and give it a good mix - work quickly as it sets very quickly! Pour the mix into the tin.

  5. Now, add the mini eggs into the mixture so that they are still visible from the top.

  6. Place the tin in the fridge and they will be ready to eat within 2-3 hours.

  7. Cut into bitesize pieces and serve.

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