KitKat Rocky Road is such a simple and delicious no bake treat. This version is made using a combination of KitKat Senses and white chocolate KitKats.
KitKat Rocky Road is by no means a revolutionary rocky road recipe, it is just that I had been sent some KitKat Senses and some white KitKats in my Degustabox UK delivery and it seemed like the perfect recipe to showcase them.
I adore rocky road. It is such a delicious no bake treat and I do not make it that often, because I cannot stop myself from eating it because it is sodden moreish. Just like Pringles, I finds that once I pop a piece in my mouth, it is hard to stop myself from eating more.
Rocky Road is great for using up odds and sods from your biscuit barrel or chocolate selection, and in this instance I used KitKats. Here I have a very similar recipe for Maltesers Rocky Road and even a Turkish Delight Snowy Road recipe
I have to admit that it is hard to make out the KitKat pieces inside the rocky road squares, but they are there. Furthermore, the portions featured here got halved once the photos were taken, because as much as I could probably manage a whole piece, it is quite rich and not everyone could or indeed should eat that much in one go *ahem*. Plus it makes it last that little bit longer.
If you fancy giving this recipe a go, then here is how I made it.
KitKat Rocky Road Recipe
- 300g milk chocolate
- 200g biscuits - I used digestives
- 3 tbsp golden syrup
- 125g unsalted butter
- 100g marshmallows (I used mini white ones)
- 1 x box of KitKat Sensations
- 1 x 104g white chocolate KitKats
- 200g milk chocolate
- Grease and line a deep baking tin – I used a 9inch square tin
- Bash the biscuits (I do this with a rolling pin in a freezer bag covered with a tea towel) to crush them and make crumbs – note they don’t need to be uniformed like when making a cheesecake I like to have some bits bigger than others. Leave to one side
- Cut each of the KitKats into thirds, and keep back 32 for later.
- Place the chocolate, syrup and butter into a saucepan and heat gently to melt all the ingredients together
- Remove from the heat and stir in the biscuit crumbs and marshmallows until everything is covered in the sticky chocolate sauce. Then add the KitKat pieces and stir again
- Pour the mixture into your greased baking tin and place in the fridge for a couple of hours to set.
- Melt the chocolate and then pour over the rocky road base, top with the leftover KitKats and leave to cool and set
- Carefully remove from your tin and cut into 16/32 portions and enjoy
- Keep in the fridge in a tupperware tub to preserve its deliciousness!