Thursday, 23 February 2017

The Ultimate Creme Egg Rocky Road...

As you know I LOVE a Cadbury Creme Egg - in fact I probably love them a little too much so when I saw a recipe containing biscuits, marshmallows, Creme Eggs AND Mini Eggs I might have wooped for joy a little.

Let me introduce you to The Ultimate Creme Egg Rocky Road! It's also sooooo easy to make too! I made these for my school bake sale today and they went down a storm so I shall definitely be making these again!!


What you will need...

150g butter
250g dark chocolate
150g milk chocolate
60ml golden syrup
150g digestive biscuits (you could really use any biscuits)
100g pink and white marshmallows
80g Mini Eggs
8 x mini Cadbury Creme Eggs
6 x Regular size Cadbury Creme Eggs
100g White Chocolate
1 x tube of yellow colouring paste
1/2 tbsp vegetable oil

How To Make It...

1. Start by placing your regular Creme Eggs in the fridge (this will help when cutting them later)

2. In a bowl over a pan of simmering water melt your butter, dark chocolate, milk chocolate and golden syrup.

3. Place your biscuits in to a large sandwich bag and give them a good old bash until they have broken up but are not reduced to just crumbs. 

4. Once the chocolate mix has melted remove from the heat and stir it the marshmallows, biscuits, mini creme eggs and mini eggs and give a jolly good stir. 

5. Tip your chocolate mix into a lined tin. 

6. In a separate bowl break up the white chocolate and melt over a pan of simmering water as before. 

7. Once the white chocolate has melted stir in the yellow colouring. This will cause the chocolate to seize but by simply adding a little vegetable oil this will thin it out. Drizzle the yellowy white chocolate over the chocolate mix in the tin. 

8. Remove the Creme Eggs from the fridge and slice length ways in half. Place the halves on top of the chocolate mix. 

9. Pop the mixture in the fridge to harden up for at least an hour and a half. 

10. Slice up into big fat slabs and enjoy!! 


Enjoy!

Nathalie x
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