- Dish type
- Microwave desserts
This is a two-in-one recipe that is so easy to make. You can use it to make simple fudge, or you can take the fudge recipe and add marshmallows, nuts, cherries and chopped Turkish delight to make a fab rocky road!
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- 350g cooking chocolate
- 1 (397g) tin condensed sweetened milk
- 2 tablespoons butter
- Rocky road
- 150g mixed nuts, chopped
- 100g marshmallows
- 1 small bar Turkish Delight, chopped
- 50g glace cherries, chopped
MethodPrep:5min ›Cook:4min ›Extra time:3hr chilling › Ready in:3hr9min
- To make the fudge: First, break up the cooking chocolate into a large microwave safe bowl, then pour over the condensed milk and add the butter.
- Zap in the microwave on 60% power for 3 minutes. Once finished remove from the microwave and stir to combine.
- Pour into a greased tin and put into the fridge to set for a minimum of 2 hours.
- Slice and serve – enjoy!
- To make the rocky road: Once the chocolate mix has come out of the microwave and has been stirred, add the nuts, marshmallows, Turkish Delight and cherries
- Stir to combine and the pour into a greased tin. Place in fridge to set for a minimum of 3 hours.
- Slice into pieces and enjoy.
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Reviews in English (12)
Rocky road is too soft - needs biscuit, not nuts-03 Nov 2012
Such a brilliantly easy recipe! it literally takes 5 minutes to prepare (although the several hours chilling time in the fridge were the longest my son has ever endured!). I used marshmallow, malteasers and digestive biscuits in my version and got rave reviews from friends.-16 Nov 2011
Just took this out of the fridge. I made the Fudge version.Unless this completely sets to a point where it doesn't start to sort of melt in your fingers then I'd say the fudge would be more suited to things like rocky road (as you already say) and as a fondant type topping or filling for chocolate tarts.Not a bad thing though! I used half dark and half white chocolate but I had to microwave it for 6 mins (some microwaves are just different to others, that's not your fault at all!)It is very yummy though, not too sweet but not too bitter. I have it in the freezer now for a bit, to see if it really does firm up like a proper fudge would.Either way, I will refer to this recipe for any type of chocolate fondant type thing and any "goo" cakes I make!-28 Nov 2011