Another month and another exciting collaboration with Abbey Louisa Rose. This month we thought we would try our hand at baking! Now I will be honest I am not the best at baking, so I sorta cheated and opted for a Rocky Road style cake.
They are super easy to make, require not baking and you can pretty much whatever ingredients you like.
I decided to shake my normal recipe for Rocky Road cake up and added a couple of ingredients that might not be normally considered!
Read below for my step by step guide on making this super yummy treat!
These are my ingredients.
They are, 4 bars of Milka chocolate (you need 400g of chocolate)
125g of unsalted butter
2 table spoons of Golden Syrup
Selection of yummy stuff to be mixed in. I went for Biscoff and Kit Kats
You can additionally add anything to decorate. I used crispy chocolate balls.
Chop the butter into chunks (easier to melt) and place into a microwaveable bowl
Add the 400g of chocolate, also broken into chunks.
Add the Golden Syrup too.
Heat in microwave for approx 1 minute
When mixture is out of the microwave, stir to mix into a chocolately mixture and leave to cool.
Take your Biscoff biscuits (I used 5 packs of three biscuits) and place into a plastic bag and secure.
Then use a rolling pin to break into small pieces and crumbs.
Add the broken Biscoff biscuits into the chocolate mixture.
Also add your chopped up Kit Kat (I used 2 packs of 4 fingers) to the chocolate mixture.
Then add the mini marshmallows to the chocolate mixture. I gestimated and poured a selection in.
Finally pour the combined mixture into a tin of your choice and decorate. Then place in the fridge for approx 3 hours to set.
Once suitably chilled, remove from fridge. Then carefully cut into slice and devour!
Remember to check out Abbey’s post on her blog here, so us some love and let us know if you use our recipes!
|Abbey’s chocolate brownies 🙂|
If you have any suggestions on something Abbey and myself should do for a blog collaboration please do let us know!
Lot’s of love,
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