Melt the butter, chocolate, sugar and cocoa together in a bain-marie. Once it’s done, let it cool for about 10 minutes.

In a large bowl, break the biscuits in bite-seized pieces. Add in the Maltesers and pour the chocolate / butter mixture all over it. Mix with a wooden spoon, making sure every bit of sweet or biscuit is covered in chocolate.

Now, you want to use either a loaf pan or a small but deep baking tray for this. Make sure it’s not too large nor too narrow and consider how thick you want your rocky road to be. Once you’re done with these life-changing considerations, line the chosen pan with sulfurised paper and pour the mixture in. Try to level the surface. It won’t work, but try anyway.

Now let it set in the fridge for 2 hours. Cut the resulting brick (or road) in pieces (you chose the size, I won’t hate you for it) and roll them in confectionary sugar. Enjoy.


Best served with:

Vanilla ice cream is your friend, because nothing can go wrong with it (except pizza). Drink coffee, as the bitterness will cut down some of the sugar burn.