Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Christmas rocky road

School holidays ... kids at home ... time for some Christmas cooking. Everyone surely has their favourite recipe for rocky road. This is ours:
rocky road

marshmallows, 250g, pink & white
cooking chocolate, 150g
copha, 40g
salted roasted peanuts, ½ cup (80g)
1 packet raspberry lollies

Line 20cm x 30cm lamington tin with baking paper. Chop marshmallows and raspberries in half. Place approximately half of the marshmallows, raspberries & peanuts in lamington tin. Melt chocolate & copha together in microwave, or use a double saucepan. Pour half of the chocolate mix over marshmallows, raspberries & peanuts. Place remaining marshmallows, raspberries & peanuts in tin. Pour over remaining chocolate mix. Leave to set. Cut into generous, decadent pieces and forget about the diet!

10 comments:

  1. What a coincident I'm reading your reciepe and at the same time Nigella pops up on TV making her version of Rocky Road!
    ...maybe its a hint that I should make some!
    Karen

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  2. Fantastic and very good. Thanks.
    ciao ciao

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  3. Oooh, raspberry lollies instead of cherries, controversial, but I like it! Looks fab. And it's pretty easy too. Wonder if they sell copha here...

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  4. yum, sounds great. I might make some of these - one problem though, I've never heard of copha, what is it?

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  5. Oh it looks good! He'll have to try!

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  6. This looking very tasty and sweet.

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  7. Thanks for sharing your recipe, I made some today and it is delicious.

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  8. Thougth they looked yummy and then when I had to look up what two of the ingredience were... LOL oh the difference in two countries (I am in USA)! Oh, they still sound YUMMY!! just found it funny! I had NO CLUE what raspberry lollies were and copha is still a mystery to me! (however one website said I could use Vegetable shortening as a substitute!)

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