About this recipe:Are you tempted by those yummy looking slices in Starbucks but can't justify another couple of quid – then why not make a whole slab of the stuff for about a fiver. Plenty for the whole week.
Crack the chocolate into pieces and stick in a heat-proof bowl with the butter and syrup.
Melt this over a pan of simmering water until smooth and glossy.
Crumble the biscuits into small pieces and stir into the dried fruit, coconut and marshmallows.
Pour all of these into the melted chocolate mixture and stir to combine and coat.
Line a rectangular cake tin with cling film.
Transfer the rocky road to the lined tin and leave to set up in the fridge for a couple of hours.
Tip out onto a board and cut into chunky squares.
Feel free to add a handful of whatever you like into this instead of the coconut, sultanas and marshmallows. It's all about making it personal. Just make sure there's a mixture of textures. Nuts, honeycomb or fudge pieces are also great.
My nephews now think I am a baking Goddess after making this with me one wet rainy afternoon (well it is British summer time!). With no baking, this is great one for the kids to make, and everyone enjoys eating them! I like putting fruit and nuts in, to cut the sweetness a little, but that's just personal taste - 09 Jun 2012