When it comes to baking I am all about ease. I like something quick, tasty and satisfying. The Co-Operative challenged me to make an Easter centrepiece so I thought I would do something that was super easy. It’s not a visual centrepiece but you can decorate it as fancy as you like, me? I like more chocolate. Hence my chocolate choices!
Easter Rocky Road – Serves 6
300g milk chocolate, broken into small pieces
90g mini marshmallows
4 Co-Operative Truly Irresistible stem ginger cookies
1 small bag Cadburys mini eggs
Melt the milk chocolate in a bowl over a pan of boiling water. Be sure not to let the water augmentin sr touch the bottom of the bowl otherwise it will burn.
Crumble the biscuits into a separate bowl, combine all ingredients and place in a greased baking tray.
Pop in the fridge for a minimum of 45 minutes or until firm.
Take out of the fridge and break the rocky road into portions. I stacked them on a plate and scattered with Easter eggs. If you are feeling more creative you could decorate with chicks, fruits or more chocolate.
What have you been baking ready for this weekend? There’s lots of inspiration to be found on the Co-Operative’s website.
The Co-Operative provided the ingredients for this recipe.