Maltesers Rocky Road

Maltesers Rocky Road

Even though I always knew Maltesers were a pretty fabulous chocolate treat, I’ve been really overwhelmed by how much you all loved my Maltesers Fudge recipe and how many of you made it. So I’m treating you to another Maltesers recipe seen as it’s Christmas – Maltesers Rocky Road! It’s another easy no bake chocolate treat, packed with digestive biscuits, marshmallows and Maltesers of course. I also added in a broken up Malteser Teaser bar that I had in my baking cupboard, but you could also add Malteser Teaser chocolates, or just more regular Maltesers!

Jump straight to the recipe!

I started by preparing the fillings in a bowl, I broke up the biscuits and the Teaser bar, and I cut the marshmallows in half. To make sure the Malteser Rocky Road stayed vegetarian friendly I used gelatine free Freedom Mallows, which I have mentioned before as I’m a big fan of them. The white ones are a bit bigger than the mini ones so I chopped them in half with some scissors.

Then I melted both chocolates, the golden syrup and butter together in a pan on a low heat.

 

I mixed almost all of the chocolate into the bowl of fillings until well coated. Then I put the mixture into the tin and pressed it down. I like to save a bit of the melted chocolate mixture to pour on top and fill in any gaps. Then I dotted the top with Maltesers, some cut in half – this was purely for effect.

It went in the fridge to set for several hours, then I chopped it up into slices ready to be devoured!

Maltesers Rocky Road

The Maltesers Rocky Road was so chocolatey and extra crunchy with all the Maltesers in it. It was such a yummy treat! Although I may now need to send my boyfriend to a rocky road addiction program…!

Maltesers Fudge Malteser Teaser Cupcakes
Maltesers Fudge Malteser Teaser Cupcakes

 

I’m linking this recipe up with Cook Blog Share hosted by Recipes Made Easy, Bake of the Week hosted by Mummy Mishaps, and Fiesta Fridays hosted by Spades, Spatulas & Spoons and Milk And Bun.

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Maltesers Rocky Road

Servings 16

Ingredients

  • 250 g Dark chocolate
  • 200 g Milk chocolate
  • 200 g Butter or baking spread
  • 150 g Golden syrup
  • 100 g Digestive biscuits Broken up
  • 75 g Marshmallows gelatine free if serving to vegetarians, I use Freedom Mallows
  • 2 x 68g bags Maltesers (or 3 bags if not using the Teaser bar)
  • 1 Malteser Teaser bar (or Malteser Teaser chocolates)

Instructions

  1. Line an 8" square tin with baking paper. I grease the tin first with a little butter to help the paper stick to it

  2. Prepare a mixing bowl filled with the broken up biscuits, the broken up Teaser bar, the marshmallows and about two thirds of the Maltesers

  3. Put the butter, golden syrup, dark chocolate and milk chocolate in a pan and melt together on a low heat, stirring together as it melts

  4. Once it's fully melted and combined, take the pan off the heat

  5. Pour almost all of the chocolate mixture into the mixing bowl of Maltesers etc. and stir to fully coat the fillings with chocolate

  6. Pour the whole lot into the lined tin, smooth down then add the remaining chocolate mixture to fill in any gaps

  7. Add the remaining Maltesers on top, cut some in half with a knife and dot them around

  8. Put in the fridge overnight, or for 3-4 hours to set

  9. Remove from the tin and slice into pieces. Store in the fridge for a firmer texture, or in a cool place for a softer texture

  10. If you store the rocky road in an airtight container it can be kept for 1 - 2 weeks, and up to 3 weeks in the fridge. It is best kept in the fridge

Recipe Notes

You can use any combination of milk and dark chocolate as long as the total amount of 450g is reached. Or you could use all dark or all milk.

NB. This post is NOT in anyway sponsored by Maltesers – I just love their product!

You can find more of my Maltesers recipes by clicking here!

Maltesers Rocky Road

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  1. Ive never made a malteser rocky road or even any other bake with malteser which is strange as i do rather love them. I could very happily tuck into this one, so if i get a chance to make one this year I shall try this one as it looks so scrummy. Thank you for linking to #CookBlogShare.

  2. I have made my own version of this on my blog so I know how utterly delicious it is, and how moreish it is too. I made a batch of crunchy rocky road at the weekend, but I didn’t get chance to photograph it because my friends and family scoffed it too fast!
    It looks so good Kat! Thank you for sharing with #BakeoftheWeek x

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