Happy Easter and Mini Egg Rocky Road

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Our flat is filled with daffodils, multiple lindt bunnies in their golden foil, bells and red bows and spindly branches filled with various Spring decorations which can only mean one thing.. it’s Easter! Happy Easter all, whether you celebrate it or not I hope today is filled with family time and copious amounts of chocolate! I possibly should apologise for the picture heavy post but I had far too much fun decorating my home with these bits and pieces not to document it and share them with you.

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Since my Dechox has now ended, I thought I’d make some chocolatey Easter treats so I threw together this no-bake Mini Egg Rocky Road – super easy, seriously naughty and extremely moreish. What I love about rocky road is that you can literally add anything you fancy – fruit, nuts, sweets, cereal, biscuits etc. – it’s a great way of using things up!

For The Mini Egg Rocky Road Mixture:
400g milk chocolate
100g plain digestive biscuits
100g chocolate wafer biscuits
150g mini eggs
50g marshmallows

10 mins to prep, 3 hours to chill | 12-16 squares

1. Line a brownie tray with clingfilm.
2. Place the milk chocolate in a heat proof bowl and melt in the microwave on low heat or melt over a saucepan of simmering water.
3. Whilst the chocolate is melting, break the digestive biscuits and chocolate wafer biscuits into pieces.
4. Once the chocolate has melted remove from the heat and stir in the broken digestive biscuits, chocolate wafer biscuits, marshmallows and 100g of the mini eggs – setting the rest of the mini eggs aside for decorating.
5. Pour the chocolate mixture into the prepared tin and push down with the back of a spoon to spread the mixture evenly.
6. Scatter the reserved mini eggs on top of the chocolate mixture.
7. Chill in the fridge for 3 hours.
8. When set, cut into squares.

This recipe was adapted from Mini Egg Rocky Road

What are your Easter plans? Have you been doing any Easter baking?
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  • YUMMMMMMY!

    need to make a tiffin soon x

    • Ioanna

      :) I had to look up what a tiffin is lol..

  • Your photography is amazing – really beautiful pictures. The rocky road looks lovely, definitely will be trying out this recipe. I did some Easter baking earlier this week and made some rice cripsy cakes with creme egg centres – they were delicious! x

    emily x ❤ | emilyloula

    • Ioanna

      Thank you very much Emily! Creme egg centres? that sounds SO yummy xx

  • Wowww, your photographs are amazing!! So much that I want to try some of this, even though I’ve just had filling Easter dinner *_* xx

    • Ioanna

      Thank you Simee! xx

  • These look delicious! I love your photography :) x

    • Ioanna

      aww thanks Jordan xx

  • Annabel

    Ohh I am drooling, and amazing pictures!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

    • Ioanna

      thanks :D xx

  • Love the photography, and how you ‘sign’ your name on each image.
    Angela x
    http://onlycrumbsremain.blogspot.co.uk/

    • Ioanna

      thanks Angela! No one has ever mentioned that before, thank you xx

  • Oh wow that rocky road has got my mouth watering!! Looks so yummy! Your photos are all so pretty :)

    Hope you had a fab Easter Sunday!

    Emma xx

    http://www.alittlefreckle.blogspot.co.uk

    • Ioanna

      Thank you very much Emma :) I did thank you, had a meal round my parents how about you? xx

  • Yummm! Happy Easter lovely! xo

    • Ioanna

      thank you, you too! xx

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