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.
This is a recipe which I have been wanting to make for some time, but I have just never got around to making it. I know that a Rocky Road Cheesecake is not new, I have seen them all over pinterest and on the internet, but I wanted to make mine with an actual rocky road biscuit base. I LOVE rocky road – it is so ruddy moreish and hard to resist which is why I do not make it very often. I thought (and hoped) that such a base (minus the chocolate topping) topped with a chocolate cheesecake filling would make for a taste sensation.
Malteser Rocky Road includes Malteser chocolates in the recipe to make an even more delicious version of an already amazing no bake treat.
I adore rocky road, it has to be my favourite non bake tray bake to maker and eat. I also love Maltesers chocolates, so imagine combing the two in one great tasting treat? Make way for my delicious Malteser Rocky Road.
This Christmas Leftovers Rocky Road is a way of just up any leftover chocolates, nuts and biscuits that are left after Christmas. The recipe is easy to adapt depending on what you have left.
Christmas Leftovers Rocky Road, is what it says really. It is a rocky road recipe that uses different leftover items which had not been eaten at Christmas. These were and treats snacks that we either didn’t get around to eating or were things left over from other desserts I made for Christmas. Plus of course food that no one likes eating, like chocolate orange creams from the Quality Street tins.
I love fridge cake / rocky road / tiffin – call it what you want it is delicious and I find it hard to resist whenever there is any on offer. I was recently sent my new Degustabox UK parcel and inside was a pack of Alpha Bites cereal and I decided to make some abc bars (thats Alpha Bites Chewy Bars to be exact!), as I know that rice krispies and multi grain hoops work in a fridge cake.
Here is how I made these easy non cook bars
abc Bars (Alpha Bites Chewy Bars)
- 200g Alpha Bites Cereal
- 125g unsalted butter
- 3 tbsp golden syrup
- 300g white chocolate
- 50g mini white marshmallows
- 50g dried mixed red berries (cranberries, raisins and cherries)
- Line a square brownie tin with grease proof paper
- In a pan over a moderate heat, melt the butter, chocolate and golden syrup together - keep stirring
- Place the Alpha Bites in a large bowl, and pour over the melted sauce and stir to cover all the Alpha Bites
- Add the fruit and marshmallows and mix again
- Pour into your lined tin and push into all sides and smooth over the top
- Allow to cool down for about 15 minutes, then cover with foil and place in the fridge over night (or for about 4 hours)
- Remove and cut into squares and then keep your abc bars in a tub with a lid to keep crispy and keep in the fridge - or freeze some for another time.
These are scrummy and I think fun because you can see what letters of the alphabet you can find whilst eating them! You could use milk chocolate instead of white, but I feel that using white makes the bars more colourful as the white marshmallows and red dried fruit show up more.
These bars would be great for parties, after school treats or maybe lunch boxes (are they deemed healthy enough? Hmmm the jury is out on that one!). Very easy to make and a recipe that children could enjoy helping to make too. You can also make the squarews much smaller – so you could easily make 16 – I just like large portions!!
Give them a go. They are as easy as a, b , c!!
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