White Chocolate Rocky Road with a Caramel Swirl

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White Chocolate Rocky Road with a Caramel Swirl

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Serving: 16
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes


  • 550g white chocolate melts
  • 150g Marshmallows
  • 190g raspberry lollies
  • 100g maltesers
  • 60g chicos (lollies)
  • 60g bananas (lollies)
  • 60g milk bottles (lollies)
  • 60g strawberry cream (lollies)
  • 2 tablespoons of Hersheys Caramel Syrup (optional)


  • Put chocolate melts into the slow cooker and put the lid on and turn on high. With a tea towel under lid.
  • Stir the chocolate every 10 minutes with a metal spoon.
  • My 1.5 Woolies sc'er took 30 minutes to melt my chocolate.
  • While chocolate is melting, I cut up all my lollies and placed in a big bowl.
  • Line a cooking tray with baking paper (I used a 29 cm x 18 cm x 4cm deep)
  • Put all your mixed lollies into the tray and ensure they are all mixed through.
  • Once Chocolate is melted, pour the chocolate directly into your lolly tray and then using your spoon, mix the chocolate through the lollies.
  • Once mixed through, I drip the Caramel syrup over the top of the rocky road (This is entirely optional)
  • Depending on the temperature of where you live, I then placed mine in the fridge to set for a couple of hours.


  • You can use whatever lollies you like for this. Peanuts, Mars Bars, Musk Sticks, Red Frogs, Snakes, Tim Tams
  • You can also use more or less chocolate - it's a very versatile recipe, I simply used what I had left in my cupboard
  • I do suggest having a few lollies with a bit of 'crunch' - it seems to add that little extra to it
  • You can use whatever size tray you like, however the larger the tray, the skinnier your rocky road will be. I used a shorter tray so I could have nice thick slices
  • This can be quite sweet, so this is perfect to take to a party where everyone can have 1 or 2 pieces 🙂

1 thought on “White Chocolate Rocky Road with a Caramel Swirl”

  1. Hello, sounds silly, but does this fudge melt easily, after it’s been made.

    Wanting to give it as gifts but will be a warm day!

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