No Cooking Mini Rocky Road Cakes

No Cooking Mini Rocky Road Cakes


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About this recipe: An easy to prepare treat for children of all ages! The simple, quick and no cooking recipe, means that the children can help you make them. Fun to make and great to eat :)

TallEnglishGent Essex, England, UK

Makes: 10 cakes

  • 1 mug mini marshmallows
  • 1 1/2 mugs chocolate buttons
  • 1 mug broken digestive biscuits
  • 1 mug sultanas
  • 35g butter

Prep:5min  ›  Extra time:25min chilling  ›  Ready in:30min 

  1. Put the chocolate buttons and butter in a microwavable dish and heat in a mircowave for 35 seconds (or until melted). Remove from the microwave and mix well.
  2. Place the sultanas, biscuits and mini marshmallows in a bowl with the melted chocolate and butter and mix well, so that everything is coated
  3. All thats left to do, is to place the mixture in small 'blobs' onto a foil covered baking tray, ready to put into the fridge for about 20 mins (or until set).

Serving suggestion

You can add cherries and mess around with the amount of each ingredient, to suit your own tastes. There is no right or wrong way to do it, just the way you like it. The best thing about this, is the fact that any of the ingredients can be eaten at any point during the 5 mins it takes to prepare!

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Reviews (7)


This is such an easy recipe to make. My grandchildren helped and ate half the ingredients! The cakes are delicious and if you make small ones are ideal for children. My grandchildren loved them. - 16 Feb 2010


I made this recipe with my class of 7-8 year olds this morning, it was fabulous. I had 25 very happy children at the end of the day. We are studying Instructional Texts (recipes being one of them). My second group decided to start with number 4, because the first group found that their chocolate had cooled down by the time they crushed the biscuit and measured out the other ingredients. I guess they needed to prepare and measure out all of their ingredients first, then start! (We also used chocolate that we broke up, only because bars are cheaper than buttons). Thank you for the recipe, we will definitely be making these again. - 15 Jan 2014


mine turned out shit but looks like it could be good - 26 Oct 2014

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