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5 Apr 2017

Pink Easter rocky road

Pink Easter rocky road recipe
Spring is possibly my favourite ever time of year to bake. Ingredients include a sunny afternoon, fresh spring sunshine filtering through our rose garden window and our tiny little cubbyhole kitchen. It's so
special having a multitude of creme eggs and mini eggs on ones doorstep this time of year and being able to cook with them I say cook but this no bake recipe is even easier. I do hope you enjoy it!
Pink Easter rocky road recipe
I wanted to try and make a pink rocky road, featuring mini marshmallows, pink party biscuits, pink and white mini eggs and mini creme egg twisters. These worked so well, just look at the oozing creme.
Pink Easter rocky road recipe
To make it you will need 400g cooking chocolate, 125g golden syrup, 125g unsalted butter, 100g mini marshmallows, 150g party rings, lots of mini eggs and mini creme eggs (I used creme egg twists)
Pink Easter rocky road recipe
First line a tin with parchment paper and leave to one side while you combine the ingredients. In a large heatproof bowl, add the butter, chocolate and syrup and melt atop a boiling saucepan on a low heat. Once smooth and creamy, careful not to overheat, add in the marshmallows, biscuit pieces, 3/4 of the mini eggs and all creme egg twists. Fold them in to the mixture, pour it in to the tin and spread til even. 
Pink Easter rocky road recipe
I decided to substitute digestive biscuits for party rings not even sorry I am a huge fan of them haha! If not making at easter time I might use smarties or even caramel buttons. Decorate by adding an optional layer of white or dark chocolate and/or sprinkling with the rest of the mini eggs: I decided to crush mine.
Pink Easter rocky road recipe
Finally pop in the fridge and leave to set for about 2+ hours until solid, cut in squares and enjoy!

Will you be giving these a go? Do let me know below! 

29 comments:

  1. Oh wow these look so amazing! I want to bake some sweets just for Easter this year and am so excited, I'm still a novice baker so I hope it goes well. This sounds so delicious xx

    Sending light & love your way,
    My Lovelier Days

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    1. Aw thank you so much Diana, so kind!! ♡

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  2. These looks so good! Almost too good to eat - and with such a simple recipe, even a cooking/baking novice like me should be able to handle them! So much for trying to stay in shape this Winter 😜 Oh how I wish it was Spring here!

    http://www.thesmalladventurer.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Awww so sweet, thank you so much Indya! :D ♡

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  3. Oh my gosh, this looks so good...definitely, a perfect treat for Easter!

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    1. Aw so kind, thanks so much Valerie! ♡

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  4. This is TOO delicious! Of course I'll give it a go- I love rocky road. Sometimes, I would add blanched nuts to my rocky road which it'll make it healthier and nuttier- I find this tastes better.
    #sawetreats xx www.bakingboutiquebirds.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. So sweet of you, thank you so much! I definitely have to try this haha :D ♡

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  5. This looks sooo yummmy :)))

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  6. These look insane! Cool shout on the party rings, they definitely look more Easter-y. Dark chocolate hobnobs might be interesting to use!
    Kate || www.katerattley.com

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    1. Thanks so much Kate, ahhh I never thought of that! Haha I love Easter too much xD ♡

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  7. I'd definitely add a layer of dark chocolate, these look so so tasty!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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    1. Ohhh yes, thanks so much Julia! :D ♡

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  8. Oh my, this looks absolutely delicious. I've been trying t find new and easy recipes do make for Easter and I might do this one. Thank you for sharing. xo

    Antonia || Sweet Passions

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    1. Thank you so much Antonia, so kind of you! ♡

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  9. Oh goodness gracious, this looks so good. I just had dinner and I'm pretty sure I'm hungry again.

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    1. Awww so kind of you, thank you!! ♡

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  10. Oh wow. These look STUNNING! Your photography is ALWAYS on point, Elizabeth and this post does not disappoint. I definitely think I'm going to have to make these little beauties this Easter!

    Lots of love from Mollie xxx | http://wwwtheperksofmolliequirk.blogspot.com

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    1. Awww so kind Mollie, thank you so much!! Aw I hope you like them! :D ♡

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  11. oh my god this has made me SO hungry, they look amazing!
    Jen, Velvet Spring. xo

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    1. Aw too kind, thanks so much Jen! ♡

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  12. This looks absolutely delicious! I love Easter baking ♥
    Amy xx

    Little Moon Dragon

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    1. Thanks so much Amy, so kind! :D ♡

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  13. I love Easter too, it's my next favourite time of year after Christmas. And your recipe makes it even better, looks so sweet and yummy, my boys would love it.

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    1. I always forget how much I love it haha, thank you so much Mercy! I'm so glad you liked it :D ♡

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  14. Oh dear I'm in love!! So cute they are and they look yummi :) Kiss

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