white chocolate rocky road

So one of my favourite and super quick recipes to make and giveaway is my white chocolate rocky road. It’s so easy, everyone wants to know what the red ‘bits’ are and it’s nice on the wallet coming in at around $6 or $7 for a batch.  But I always make 2 batches – one for us and one to give away.

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Now one Christmas I decided to make a fancy rocky road recipe which cost me over $40. It had white toblerone, pistachios, good white chocolate, toasted coconut marshmallows, turkish delight and most of the ingredients came from David Jones in the end. Everyone loved it but these days I don’t have the time to traipse around looking for ingredients (much as I’d love some solo time in the shops right now) and if retro daddy ate most of it from the fridge (as he so likes to do) I’d get the serious crankies.
So here is my white choc rocky road made just a little bit fancy! I found some turkish delight at coles (I’m a one stop shopper at the moment) for $8.99 and you could easily do 2 batches with that box and each batch still comes in under $10! Follow the same method as above but once you’ve spread into your pan just sprinkle over the coconut then pop in fridge.
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Serves: 18
What you’ll need
  • 375g bag white chocolate melts
  • 150g turkish delight, chopped
  • 100g bag mini marshmallows
  • 2 Tbsp dessicated coconut
  1. Melt chocolate for about 2½ minutes on medium in the microwave, checking a few times as it melts and stirring each time.
  2. Add in turkish delight, mini marshmallows and stir quickly.
  3. Spread into lamington tin and top with the coconut.
  4. Refrigerate at least ½ hour, slice and serve or wrap up to give away
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white chocolate rocky road
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so quick and easy and everyone loves it
Recipe type: Chocolate
Serves: 18
What you’ll need
  • 1 375g bag White Chocolate melts (or 2 blocks White cooking chocolate)
  • 1 bag mini marshmallows
  • 1 bag raspberry lollies
  1. Melt chocolate. I do mine in the microwave for 2½ minutes on medium and stir a couple of times.
  2. Quickly stir in marshmallows and raspberry lollies.
  3. Spread into lined lamington/square tin and refrigerate at least one hour. I use my tupperware silicone slice pan thingo which just pops the whole thing out.
  4. Slice and wrap up or enjoy now!


  1. Leave some for the man….ha! I’m lucky if he’d leave enough for me to gift wrap.

  2. Thanks Corrie for this recipe…definately putting all this on my shopping list. I Love Christmas.

  3. YUM so simple so effective. Will remember to leave some :-)

  4. looks delicious to my hormonal self 😀

    i was wandering past gymboree yesterday (which i had never heard of till reading it on your blog), but it’s 5 mins away from me and where i do my shopping, so i was passing by… and they have the cutest little girls tops and dresses with these ladybird and bugs on them at the moment… it’s a shame i have no little girl to buy things for!

  5. Absolutely having a go at this once I’ve been to the supermarket for some supplies.

  6. Oh yummo. Thank you for the recipe, this is a great idea for a chrissy gift.:)

  7. Oh wow, so funny, my husband is giggling at the last part, he gets disappointed when i bake a cake for someone else & don’t cut a slice for him!! My father used to do this so my mother would bake a square or rectangle cake & be able to cut a slice off for him & ice over the evidence!!
    Funnily enough, my husband bought all the ingredients for rocky road today too, we use turkish delight for the red bits, it’s not too chewy!! Love Posie

  8. It looks great. In fact it looks so great I am sending hubby out to buy the ingredients right now so we can make it and have it tonight while watching a movie and the kids can have it tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe

  9. oh thankyou! We will try these out, they sound delicious 😀

  10. Splendid idea! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Thanks for giving us a variety of ways to make this. I love your little piece of wise advice at the end of your story. So true!

  12. Ohhh YUMMY. These look delish. I’ll make some for myself this Christmas… 😉 teeheehee

  13. These look heavenly!! I will definately try and thanks for the tips to make it a bit more special. The wrapping looks really fab too and finishes it all off so nicely!

  14. You have just solved my teacher pressie dilemmas!

  15. Oooh yummm, will have to make this up – thanks for sharing!

  16. Rocky road is such a great thing to make with kids. I’m going to have supplies on hand for Christmas day just in case it is wet and the neices and nephews need something to keep them busy for half an hour.

  17. I have been following your blog for some time now, and I really enjoy it! YUM!!! Thanks for the recipe, will be trying that one out! Love the cups you packaged them in too! Look forward to meeting you at SIT!

  18. Your blog is so cute!

  19. The rocky road I make is expensive…… but I can’t bring myself to change the recipe to make it cheaper….. Lindt choc, turkish delight, cashews…. yum….

  20. I thought my kidlets would like this so I bought the ingredients this morning & just made a batch. I couldn’t find the raspberry lollies, so I substituted a pack of Natural Confectionary Berry Bliss. I know what the texture of the raspberry lollies is (from eating way too many over the years!) & I will try to buy them next time, the Berry Bliss taste nice but are way too soft & sticky in the middle to make chopping easy.

    But super easy recipe (apart from my lolly mess), so thank you for posting it. Looking forward to seeing your other recipes later this week.

  21. Yumm – thankssso much for the recipe – I think that this might be on the cards for tonight and then then I can tic Kinder Teachers off of the list.

  22. Looks so yummy, will try and track down the turkish delight, also good in homemade cassata or ice cream cake.

  23. Thank you! Was looking for something nice and simple to do this Christmas. My grandfather LOVES rocky road too!

  24. Yummy! With you inspriation, finally got around to making some rocky road, and one batch had white choc, mini marshmallows, pstachios (sp?) turkish delight and cranberries. The other milk choc with raspberry lollies, chucks of honeycomb and marshmallows. Destined with thanks to the kinder teachers! And decide which is better and make again for Christmas Day!!

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