Add an Easter twist to the traditional rocky road.


  • 510g milk chocolate
  • 90g butter
  • 5 tbl golden syrup
  • 200g shortbread
  • 100g Easter eggs with hard shell
  • 100g fudge
  • 100g mini marshmallows
  • For top: 120g milk choc


  1. Melt 390g chocolate, 75g butter and golden syrup.
  2. Break up shortbread into crumbs.
  3. Break up 50g of eggs and 50g fudge into chunks.
  4. Add crumbs and broken eggs and fudge and marshmallows to the melted chocolate mix and stir to combine.
  5. Tip mixture into a slice pan and flatten out and place in fridge.
  6. Melt 120g chocolate, 15g butter together.
  7. Drizzle over the slice and sprinkle on 50g of eggs and 50g of fudge.
  8. Refrigerate until set.
  9. Cut up and serve.

Yum! I’ll be making this for Easter day!

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  • Iam big fan of rocky road chocolate and love your recipe thanks for sharing


  • Looks interesting but I’ve never liked rocky road. I prefer chocolate on its own


  • now this is my style!!


  • One of my all time favourites!


  • It looks delicious. I will be making chocolate brownies with those speckled eggs on top.


  • Very interesting recipe I’ve never heard of putting in golden syrup before.


  • Wonderful creation here, looks amazing. I love rocky road.


  • You could shape the rocky road as birds’ nests for the eggs


  • What a great idea, also I just love those little Cadbury Mini Eggs with the crunch shell. I SO will be making this.


  • A twist for sure! I much prefer the good old traditional rocky road, I think I’ll stick with it


  • A fantastic recipe; we love rocky road, thanks for sharing!.


  • Rocky Road is a so delicious and a wonderful treat for Easter!

    • We always make Rocky Road for Easter – it looks so good wrapped in cellophane and tied with pretty ribbon.


  • My Rocky Road Recipe Folder is now overflowing with delicious Rocky Road Recipes – heavenly!


  • Oh my this looks sooo heavenly good. I so love milk choc and fudge ..so ok it may not love me but it’s so good.
    Love this recipe Jess and wishing you early Easter Blessings.
    Thanks for sharing.


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