Love white chocolate? Need a super simple, 3 ingredient, no bake treat that takes less than 10 minutes to make? Then you have to try this easy peasy White Chocolate Rocky Road recipe!
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Rocky Road made with white chocolate
This recipe is based on my super popular Easy Peasy Rocky Road – the only difference is I’ve used white chocolate instead of milk chocolate. If you love white chocolate then you will love this Easy White Chocolate Rocky Road!
How to make White Chocolate Rocky Road
This recipe is so easy to make – and it only uses 3 ingredients!
All you need to do is melt white chocolate (easy peasy if you follow my cheat’s method below!), add mini marshmallows, bash some biscuits – then add them into the bowl as well. Stir everything together and then tip into a lined tin. Chill for 1 hour in the fridge, then cut into squares. Easy peasy!
(Full recipe in the recipe card below.)
My cheat’s method for melting white chocolate…
The only potentially difficult bit of this recipe is melting the white chocolate and even that is simple if you do it my easy peasy way.
To melt the white chocolate, I first pour boiling water into a large saucepan, then I sit a glass bowl over the saucepan so the bowl just touches the water on the base. Then I break the chocolate into pieces and place the pieces in the glass bowl, then give them a stir occasionally until they are fully melted.
Basically it’s a slightly cheaty version of the traditional bain marie method, where normally you would have the water gently simmering and the bowl not touching the water. I find my way easier and less likely to go wrong, but if you want to use the more standard method then feel free.
Finally, one really important tip: DO NOT ALLOW ANY WATER TO GET INTO THE CHOCOLATE! Otherwise it will go grainy and bad and you will have to start again. If your bowl fits tightly over the saucepan, and you are careful, this shouldn’t be a problem.
Best Chocolate for White Rocky Road?
In my experience, Milky Bar is the best chocolate to use for White Chocolate Rocky Road, but you can also use other brands of white chocolate if you have one you prefer.
(This easy recipe also works well with dark chocolate and milk chocolate.)
What mix-ins can you add to white chocolate rocky road?
This easy no bake dessert is a delicious treat just as it is, but if you want to jazz it up, there are plenty of mix-ins you can add. Here are some ideas…
- 75g chocolate chips (milk, plain or a mixture!)
- 75g dried fruit (raisins, dried cranberries, apricots, sultanas…)
- 75g chopped nuts (walnuts, pistachio nuts, almonds, pecans, macadamia nuts…)
- 75g Smarties or M&Ms
- 50g Turkish Delight (chopped into small pieces)
- 50g desiccated coconut or dried coconut flakes
- Cadbury’s mini eggs – see this recipe >>> Mini Egg Rocky Road
- Any combination of these!
I’d love to hear if you come up with any really good combos! Let me know in the comment section below.
How long does white chocolate rocky road keep?
White Chocolate Rocky Road will keep for up to 5 days in an airtight container.
Though you’d have to have the willpower of a saint (and no children / sweet-toothed other halves) for them to last that long!
Should you keep white chocolate rocky road in the fridge?
No, not unless it’s a hot summer’s day.
Under normal conditions, once it’s had an hour in the fridge to set, White Chocolate Rocky Road can be stored at room temperature.
Can you freeze white chocolate rocky road?
No, I don’t recommend it. Rocky road does not freeze well.
If you like this recipe…
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Easy White Chocolate Rocky Road (Only 3 Ingredients!)
- 400 g white chocolate (I use Milky Bar)
- 100 g digestive biscuits
- 100 g mini marshmallows ideally a mix of pink and white
- Line a 23 x 23cm (9 x 9 inch) tin with baking paper
- Melt the chocolate in a glass bowl over a pan of just-boiled water. Do not allow any water to touch the chocolate! (See Note 1.)
- Remove the bowl from the saucepan when the chocolate is fully melted.
- Place the biscuits in a plastic sandwich bag (or similar). Bash into small chunks using a rolling pin and add to the melted chocolate. (You may need to transfer everything to a bigger bowl.)
- Add the mini marshmallows to the bowl and stir everything together thoroughly.
- Transfer the mixture to the lined tin. Spread the mixture out and then press down using the back of a large spoon or similar (I actually use a potato masher to press the mixture flat, which works really well!)
- Chill for 1 hour in the fridge, then remove and cut into 16 squares with a sharp knife.
- To melt the white chocolate, first pour boiling water into a large saucepan, then sit a glass bowl over the saucepan so the bowl just touches the water on the base. Next, break the chocolate into pieces and place the pieces into the glass bowl. Stir occasionally until the chocolate is fully melted. DO NOT ALLOW ANY WATER TO GET INTO THE CHOCOLATE! Otherwise it will go grainy and bad and you will have to start again. If your bowl fits tightly over the saucepan, this shouldn’t be a problem.
- Not suitable for freezing.
- Nutrition information is approximate and meant as a guideline only.
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