Honey Tradition Halloween Rocky Road

Halloween Rocky Road

Why not hand out some rocky road this weekend to all the scary kids!? This spooky rocky road is perfect for the Halloween weekend, you may have kids coming around to knock more than once!

Honey Tradition Halloween Rocky Road

Halloween Rocky Road

Serves: 12
Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: No need to cook! But chill for 2 hours
Ingredients for the Halloween Rocky Road:
  • 300g dark chocolate chips 
  • 200g milk chocolate chips 
  • 130g butter 
  • 3 tbsp Honey Tradition Acacia Honey 
  • 40g mini marshmallows 
  • 50g broken biscuits 
  • 40g raisins 
  • 200g white chocolate chips 
  • green and purple food colouring 
  • selection of edible Halloween cake decorations and sprinkles 


Honey Tradition Halloween Rocky RoadMethod:

Grease and line a 20cm square baking tin with non-stick baking paper

Melt the butter, dark and milk chocolate chips together in a heatproof bowl over a pan of gently simmering water. Remove from the heat just before everything has melted and continue to stir.

Once melted stir in the honey and add the broken biscuits, mini marshmallows and raisins

Pour into the prepared tin and set aside 

In a separate heatproof bowl over a pan of gently simmering water melt the white chocolate chips 

Divide the melted white chocolate into two separate clean bowls. Add green food colouring to  one bowl and purple to the other to your desired depth of colour  

Spoon small amounts of the melted and coloured white chocolate on top of the rocky road  and swirl to create a marbled effect 

Add your chosen Halloween edible cake decorations and sprinkles to the top

Refrigerate the rocky road for approximately two hours to chill and set 

Once set, slice into 12 squares and serve!

About the recipe creator

Ella is based in the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside and she specialises in capturing food and gardens in all their glory!

Her Nana always invited her to help her in the kitchen and she was an outstanding baker, creating the most delicious cakes and puddings. Ella’s love of food began in her childhood – standing on a chair at the kitchen table, helping create dishes that gave her a huge sense of wonder.

She loves to bake with her children and creates beautiful imagery in the hope it brings joy to others.

If you’d like to know more about Ella visit Ella’s website.