This Halloween rocky road is very easy to make and perfect for a spooky Halloween themed party or trick or treaters! A no bake chocolate treat filled with chocolate, crushed biscuits, glace cherries, marshmallows and Halloween candy!
I have always been a big fan of Halloween. Horror movies, scary stories and anything creepy is generally my thing. Except for spiders. I hate spiders (visibly shudders at the thought of them!)
When my boys were younger I used to love taking them out trick or treating – or “guising” as we call it in Scotland. I used to look forward to it as much as Christmas.
Now my boys are in their teenage years, they are way too cool to celebrate Halloween with their Mum (and my little man is just a bit too little to appreciate it right now), but that doesn’t mean to say I can’t and won’t join in the festivities by making a few spooky themed treats. I happily admit it, I’m a big kid!
Just like my spooky spider cookies (yes I know I said I hate spiders but look at how cute those cookies are!) this Halloween rocky road is very quick and easy to put together – it’s ideal if you don’t have much time on your hands.
ingredients you’ll need to make halloween rocky road
(Ingredient amounts and detailed instructions are in the recipe card at the bottom of the post)
- Milk or Dark Chocolate – I prefer to use all milk chocolate for this recipe, but you can use half milk/half dark if you like. I’m not sure I’d recommend using all dark – it would probably be a little too rich.
- Biscuits/cookies – I use plain biscuits such as digestives or rich teas, but you could also use ginger nuts, Oreos or Bourbon biscuits.
- Golden Syrup
- Glace cherries – if you can get hold of green glace cherries, they are perfect for that Halloween effect! If you don’t like cherries no worries – just leave them out of the recipe.
- Mini Marshmallows
- Halloween sweets/candy – I used jelly (gummy) worms, skeleton faces, candy eyes and some really cute “wizard” sprinkles I found in Lakeland to decorate my rocky road, but feel free to use whatever Halloween sweets you can find. Anything goes!
- Rocky road is a great no bake recipe to get children involved with – let them get creative with the decoration!
- Rocky road bars need time to set in the fridge – it usually takes a couple of hours at least.
- When you’re melting the chocolate, butter and syrup together, don’t allow the mixture to get too hot. If it looks like it might boil, remove from the heat immediately and leave it for a few minutes. The remaining heat will melt everything down.
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I’m sharing this Halloween rocky road with the following link ups – #CookBlogShare hosted by Michelle at Flipped Out Food and Cook once eat twice hosted by Corina at Searching For Spice
Halloween Rocky Road
An easy and spooktastic no bake Halloween rocky road!
- 350g milk chocolate, or 150g each milk and dark chocolate
- 2 tbsp golden syrup
- 125g butter
- 200g digestive or rich tea biscuits
- 100g mini marshallows
- 50g green cherries
- For the topping:
- 150g milk chocolate
- Selection of Halloween sprinkles, edible eyes, skull sweets and gummy worms
- Grease and line a 22cm square tin.
- Melt the chocolate, golden syrup and butter together in a large pan over a low heat. Take off the heat once melted and stir until smoooth.
- Tip in the crushed biscuits, marshmallows and cherries and stir quickly to mix.
- Pour this mixture into the lined tin. Pour the melted chocolate over the top and top with your choice of Halloween candy and sprinkles. Place in the fridge for about 2 hours or until set before cutting into squares.
If cherries aren't your thing, you can substitute them with raisins, cranberries or dried apricots.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 440Total Fat: 26gSaturated Fat: 16gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 35mgSodium: 160mgCarbohydrates: 48gFiber: 2gSugar: 35gProtein: 5g
Calories and nutritional information are provided by a third party application and should be viewed as indicative figures only.
How fun! I just love the googly eyes. My kids’ll love this! Thanks for sharing with #CookBlogShare!
You’re very welcome Michelle! ?
These are brilliant! My kids love anything chocolaty and are really looking forward to trick or treating this year so some homemade snacks would definitely go down well! Thanks so much for sharing with #CookOnceEatTwice!
Oh my, a little eye peeping out of the rocky road…that’s scary! Imagine eating it too. I would love to experience the whole Halloween festival at least once in my life.
My pleasure! There are so many fun food ideas for Halloween. Hope your kids have a great time next Wednesday ?
I love the eyes, they are so effective! We’re going to a Halloween party this weekend, I think I’m more excited than the kids ??