Monday, 27 October 2014

Kids in the Kitchen - Rocky Road

Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen.
This week we made Rocky Road and we have a little video for you. We've made Rocky Road before for a competition, The Bahlsen Bake Off, and making a video was a requirement. It was the kids idea to make it again and of course they wanted to make another video too!

First I'd like to say a big thank you to those that joined in last week.
Three Princesses and 1 Dude made Scrummy Yummy Bubbly Lemonade and also made a video which is lovely.
And the lovely Grace from Verily Victoria Vocalises showed her mum how to make Sunflower Bread...we just love making bread too.
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Rocky Road.

The fun thing about Rocky Road is that you can add what you want, but generally it contains chocolate, biscuits and marshmallows, and my kids like it just like that. 


300g chocolate, broken into chunks
125g unsalted butter
3 tbs golden syrup
100g mini marshmallows
200g broken biscuits (we used Rich Tea Fingers)


In a pan over a low heat melt together the chocolate, butter and golden syrup 
remove one third of the melted mixture and leave in a bowl
Add the broken biscuits and mini marshmallows to the remaining liquid and fold in
TIP: we find that it's best to transfer the mixture to a bowl and add the biscuits first so that it's cooled down before adding the marshmallows, otherwise it will melt them
Pour the mixture into a tin, we used 8" by 10" because we wanted our pieces quite chunky. The bigger the pan the smaller the pieces.
Pour the bowl of mixture over the top.
Leave to set in the fridge 

you may wish to sprinkle the Rocky Road with a little icing sugar before serving, but we forgot.

Now over to the littlies to show you how it's done.

And the finished product

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  1. Yummy! We will definitely give that a try. Sorry we haven't linked for a while, secondary school start has meant that one of my little helpers has been occupied!

  2. looks yummy! LOVE the kids enthusiasm on the video - it is a fab video - well done to them! xxx


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