White Chocolate Mini Egg Rocky Roads


This originally was a recipe I picked up a couple of years ago on the Sainsbury’s website, they don’t seem to have it on there any more so let me share my tweeked recipe with you.



  • 400 grams of white chocolate
  • 100 grams of digestive biscuits
  • 50 grams of rich tea biscuits
  • 150 grams of mini marshmallows ( I picked up these Mini Rocky Mountain Marshmallows from Sostrene Grene)
  • 100 grams of Cadbury Mini eggs
  • 50 grams Milky Bar Eggs

Basically you can just pick whatever ‘mini eggs’ you like.



  1. Break up your white chocolate in a bowl and melt it over hot water (be careful not to let it burn)
  2. Break up your digestive and rich tea biscuits into pieces, not too small as you want to have bits of crunch in your Rocky Roadsimg_20180218_204858936689662.jpg
  3. Line a dish/tin with with either grease proof paper or clingfilm
  4. Once your white chocolate has melted set it to the side for a few minutes just to cool slightly, in the mean time set aside a quarter of your ‘mini egg’ mix (these will go on the top at the end)
  5. Pour into the melted white chocolate your broken up biscuits, mini marshmallows and 3/4 of your ‘mini egg’ mix and mix together
  6. Pour your Rocky Road mix into your lined dish/tin and use the back of a spoon to level it out.
  7. Top the Rocky Roads with your remaining 1/4 of ‘mini egg’ mix and push them down into the Rocky Roads as much as possible and chill in the fridge for 3-4 hours.
  8. Once set remove from dish/tin and cut into squares, serve and enjoy.



Super easy to make and personalise as your own and an eggs-cellent activity to do with the kids to entertain them over the Easter Holidays and use up all those Easter Eggs.


enjoy xx

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