Rocky road is such a delicious treat, but it’s made even better when the chocolate is replaced with Caramilk, resulting in this amazing Caramilk Rocky Road. Be prepared for this rocky road to vanish in no time, it’s that good!
If you love Caramilk, you need to give this Caramilk rocky road a try. It’s much like ordinary rocky road made with milk or dark chocolate, except that chocolate is replaced with Caramilk, a caramelised white chocolate.
The addition of Caramilk takes this rocky road to a whole new level. It has pillowy soft marshmallows mixed through, along with roughly chopped biscuits and roasted almonds for an amazing crunch. The combination of soft and crunchy textures work so well together.
Other Caramilk recipes
If you’re like me and can’t get enough of Caramilk, then you need to try these other delicious Caramilk recipes:
- Chocolate Caramilk Slice
- Chocolate Caramilk Balls
- Easy Caramilk Fudge
- Caramilk Chunk Cookies
- Caramilk Mousse
- Caramilk Brownies
How to make Caramilk rocky road
Rocky road is one of those super easy recipes that you really can’t mess up. Before making a start on the rocky road mixture, line a suitable sized baking tin or dish with baking paper. I used a small rectangular, loaf tin shaped baking dish to make my rocky road.
The most time intensive step of making this rocky road is melting the chocolate, which shows just how quick and easy this recipe really is. You can either melt the chocolate in the microwave, or in a heat proof bowl over a saucepan over simmering water.
If melting your chocolate in the microwave, be sure to choose a suitable microwave safe bowl. Break the chocolate into small pieces, and place in the bowl. Heat the chocolate in short, 30 second bursts, mixing in between each. This will ensure you don’t overcook the chocolate, which can cause it to lose its smooth consistency.
Once the Caramilk is melted, it’s time to add the chopped marshmallows, biscuits and roasted almonds. Mix until all ingredients are well combined. Transfer the rocky road mixture to the prepared baking tin or dish, and press down gently with the back of a spoon.
Transfer the rocky road to the fridge, and leave for at least a few hours, or until the chocolate has set. Slice using a sharp knife, and store any uneaten portions in an airtight container in the fridge.
Caramilk rocky road recipe
- 2 x 180g blocks Cadbury Caramilk
- 1 cup roughly chopped marshmallows
- 100g plain biscuits, roughly chopped
- 1/2 cup roasted almonds, roughly chopped
- Line a small banking dish or loaf tin with baking paper. Set aside.
- Break the Caramilk into a microwave sae mixing bowl and melt in small bursts in the microwave, mixing between each burst.
- Add the roughly chopped marshmallows, biscuits and roasted almonds to the melted chocolate. Stir until all ingredients are well combined.
- Transfer the mixture to the prepared baking dish or tin and press down gently with the back of a spoon.
- Place in the fridge for a few hours, or until the chocolate has set through. Slice with a sharp knife and serve.
- Store any uneaten rocky road in an airtight container in the fridge.