September 2, 2012


Just weep.

Howl in the night if you need to.

The deliciousness of this recipe is so far beyond, that words cannot describe.

Happy Father’s Day Husbies. This one’s for you….. and all the world’s mint chocolate lovers.

INGREDIENTS (to make about 24 pieces)

400G Mint Slice biscuits (or similar) – roughly chopped into large-ish pieces – about 1-2cm

10 x Peppermint Crisp chocolate bars (or similar) – 35g each – roughly chopped into large-ish pieces – about 1-2cm

2 cups of baby marshmallows – I used green and white ones, if you can’t find the green ones, white ones are fine

400g good quality dark chocolate – I use Lindt 70%


1) Place chopped Mint Slices, Peppermint Crisps and Marshmallows in a bowl. Mix well.

2) Gently heat and melt the dark chocolate.

3) Pour melted chocolate over the biscuit/chocolate bar/marshmallow mixture and stir through well. I actually use my (very clean, and dry) hands to do this to ensure that EVERYTHING gets coated in chocolate.

4) Quickly transfer this mixture to your pre-prepared baking paper lined dish and place in fridge to set (dish should be approx 25 x 44 cm and about 4cm deep). This should set in about half an hour but it’s much better if you can leave it in the fridge for an hour or more.

Stores well in an airtight container for a week.


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1 Jess { 09.04.12 at 10:51 am }

This looks so delicious and rich…I can’t wait to give it a go!! Yummmm….

2 phoodie { 09.04.12 at 1:51 pm }

Def try it! It is AMAZING!

3 naomicot { 09.04.12 at 8:18 pm }

Cant type, too busy drooling. I know what I’m doing this weekend. AMAZING! And as
It’s made with love for my husband (who coincidentally loves mint chocolate), it’s calorie free!

4 naomicot { 09.04.12 at 8:21 pm }

Can’t type, drooling. This looks beyond AMAZING! I know what I’m doing this weekend. And because it’ll be made with love for my husband (who coincidentally loves mint chocolate), it’ll practically be calorie free

5 phoodie { 09.04.12 at 9:26 pm }

ABSOLUTE calorie free – PROMISE PROMISE *ahem* PROMISE!!! :)

6 Kirsty { 09.05.12 at 5:35 pm }

Hi Phoodie – yum! I want to make this for my daughter’s school cake stall. If I leave it at the school overnight in a cake box (not airtight) and not refrigerated, do you think it will be alright? Thanks

7 phoodie { 09.05.12 at 7:30 pm }

Hi Kirsty – yum is right! This Rocky Road is DELICIOUS! The “not refrigerated” part should be fine (I say this considering a Sydney temp at this time of year, I’m not sure where you’re located, if it hot hot, then I’d be careful!) But I would definitely invest in a tupperware for them – Coles, or any supermarket sell cheap tupperware – this will keep them loads fresher! Let me know how you go! :) Phoodie

8 PHOODIE { 09.16.12 at 6:40 pm }

[…] Eating my ROCKY ROAD! […]

9 Natalie Katz { 09.30.12 at 6:56 pm }

I love peppermint but know a lot that don’t. Do you have another recipe for rocky road without the peppermint?

10 phoodie { 09.30.12 at 6:59 pm }

Hey there Natalie! I most certainly do! My personal favourite is my white chocolate version – – if that’s not your thing I also have a plain version – – hope that helps! Phoodie :)

11 stuffzoegoogled { 10.12.12 at 1:02 pm }

OMG I made this yesterday and it is AMAZING – thank you, from someone who is completely mint choc obsessed. I’m also making your original version (+ raspberry lols) for my rocky road loving Mum’s birthday. Love your blog and also discovered you when you wrote a lovely comment to me on Mamamia when I was struggling with a newborn over a year ago – thanks x

12 phoodie { 10.12.12 at 1:23 pm }

I am so glad that you made it and loved it, more importantly! I am also mint chic obsessed! Currently working on my next Mint choc recipe :) Thanks for following the blog and I hope you’ve had a good 1st year with Bub – my son is also one! That first year is so full on, especially the newborn stage…. nothing like it! :)

13 Sheree { 09.01.14 at 3:32 am }

OMG I have just made this with some of my day care children for father’s day presents and I am in heaven. This is the best rocky road ever. Thank you so much for sharing your recipes. I will be definitely making this one again very soon.

14 phoodie { 09.01.14 at 3:35 am }

Thanks so much for your lovely message! Hope everyone enjoys it! It is one of my favourites :)

15 Carolyn Heywood { 05.22.15 at 7:40 am }

just put a batch of this in the fridge for my FIL’s birthday … all the ingredients were on special in Coles today (Adelaide) … winner!

16 Naomi { 08.30.16 at 7:10 pm }

Ohhhh my goodness! I’ve just discovered this (came over from honeycomb rocky road) which is perfect for my husband! He can’t handle too much sweetness, but just loves peppermint crisps and mint biscuits. I’ll have this ready and waiting for Father’s Day :)
(and the honeycomb one for me!)

17 phoodie { 08.31.16 at 11:31 am }

Awesome! Thanks so much for your message! I actually love both of these rocky roads – cant pick a fave!Phoodie

18 phoodie { 09.05.16 at 12:59 pm }

HOORAY! Everyone’s happy!

19 Tania { 12.10.16 at 11:36 am }

Hi there,
This looks awesome and i am making it for xmas day!
How far ahead do you think i can make it?
It will be kept in an airtight container.
Thanks, keep up the great work!

20 phoodie { 12.16.16 at 11:11 am }

Hi! This will keep up to two weeks in a container but always tastes better within the first week. Phoodie

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