A Sweet, Chocolate, and Crunchy Biscoff Rocky Road with Lotus Biscuits, Mini Marshmallows, and even more Biscoff!
I obviously have a bit of an obsession with Rocky Road, this being my sixth Rocky Road Traybake related recipe, and also having two Cheesecake’s, Cake, Fudge, and Cupcakes related to the delicious treat as well. But can you blame me though? I adore Rocky Road and I always have done. Something about the marriage of Chocolate, Marshmallows, Biscuits and any other bits I have also added in is just heaven to me. In my other Rocky Road recipes I have tended to use a combination of Chocolate, Golden Syrup and Butter to make the base chocolatey mix of the Rocky Road, apart from when I use White Chocolate.
I have found that if I use Golden Syrup when I use White Chocolate it tends to split, or just go a bit weird, and I don’t know if its me doing something wrong, but I tried it with this and it happened again, so I’m going to hope its normal! In my Oreo Rocky Road I also used White Chocolate but as I only really used this, it is quite hard setting Rocky Road but sometimes people like that! However, as I wanted and have been asked what feels like over a thousand times to create a Biscoff Rocky Road, I knew some delicious experimenting would be involved.
I have a slight addiction to Biscoff Stuff, with already having SEVEN Biscoff related recipes on my blog, I think this is also obvious. The idea of having a Biscoff Rocky Road was just amazing. As I have explained, Rocky Road Addiction, and Biscoff Addiction, so marrying them both together is just YES. As I mentioned about, I tried using a White Chocolate & Syrup base to this, and it didn’t work… so hows about melting Biscoff into it?! Oh yes! This makes the Rocky Road slightly softer so that its not rock solid compared to when you just use chocolate, and it gives a sweet biscoff flavour. Using White Chocolate meant you could basically see the biscoff in the chocolate, but I’m sure it would also work with Milk Chocolate and Dark Chocolate.
I only ended up using Mini Marshmallows and Lotus Biscuits in this so I could make it more classic Rocky Road, but with oodles of Biscoff heaven. I used Pink & White Marshmallows as thats the packet I had, and I think it looks nice – but the Lotus biscuits (considering the Biscoff Spread is based on them) was deeeeelicious. Seriously guys, I hope you love this one as its definitely one of my new favourites! Enjoy!
This recipe makes 16 pieces of Biscoff Rocky Road!
– 400g White Chocolate, chopped
– 125g Biscoff Spread
– 50g Unsalted Butter
– 150g Mini Marshmallows
– 250g Lotus Biscuits, chopped
– Spare Biscoff Spread for Drizzle
1) Line a 8/9″ Square tin with Parchment paper and leave to the side.
2) In a Large bowl, add in the Chocolate and Butter – melt on a low heat over a Double Boiler (a larger glass bowl, over a pan of simmer water, make sure the water doesnt touch the bowl), or in the Microwave on short bursts until fully melted – stir till smooth!
3) In a separate bowl, melt the biscoff spread in the microwave for 30 seconds or so or until runny, beat into the melted white chocolate mix.
4) Once its melted and combined, add in the Marshmallows and chopped biscuits and fold together – pour into the tin and spread till its even. Refrigerate until its set!
5) If you want the extra biscoff kick, melt some extra biscoff spread and drizzle over the top of the Rocky Road, and again refrigerate until set!
Tips and Ideas
You can make this all in one bowl (aka the White Chocolate, Biscoff Spread, and Butter) and melt it together, but if it gets too hot its more prone to splitting or seizing, so I prefer to beat the Melted Chocolate & Butter with the melted Biscoff as this prevents it from happening!
You can easily half the recipe for less, and set it in a smaller tin, or multiply it up if you want even more!
You can buy the Biscoff Spread in any supermarket now, its found by the Nutella’s and such.. and the Lotus Biscuits are found in the biscuit isle!
These will last for a week in the fridge!
Find my other Traybake & Rocky Road Recipes on my Recipes Page!
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