Chocolate: 3 Ingredients..3 Ways

It’s very rare for me to make lots of sweets because I know where they will end up on (hmmm the lips I mean hips!). It’s Easter so I have a good excuse to make some chocolate treats to share with family over the Easter period.

It’s fun making edible delights to share, but some can be time consuming or treaky. Not these three ways to use the same three ingredients. Easy Easy Easy and your family and friends with Love Love Love them.
1. Rocky Road Easter Moulds
2. Rocky Road Bark
3. Chocolate Spoons

Feel free to add some extra ingredients like crushed nuts or even popping candy.
1. Rocky Road Easter Moulds

500gm Chocolate Melts (use a good quality one like Nestle or use normal eating chocolate)
1 Cup Mini Marshmellows
100’s & 1000’s (no real measurement just pour some in)
1. Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe dish for 1 minute on medium heat. Stir and if some chocolate still hasn’t melted, microwave for further 10 second increments until it does.
2. Add the Marshmellows and sprinkles to the melted chocolate and mix to combine.
3. Spoon into moulds and leave to set.
Store in an airtight container. In warm weather store the container in the fridge.

Makes 12-16

2. Rocky Road Bark

This is made exactly the same as the recipe for the moulds.
The only difference is that you pour the mix over lined baking paper and spread out. Top with extra Marshmellows and sprinkles.
Once set break into pieces.
Store in an airtight container. In warm weather store the container in the fridge.

3. Chocolate Spoons


250gm Chocolate Melts (use a good quality one like Nestle or use normal eating chocolate)
Sprinkles
Coloured Spoons

1. Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe dish for 1 minute on medium heat. Stir and if some chocolate still hasn’t melted microwave for further 10 second increments until it does.
2. Spoon on to the plastic spoons and top with sprinkles.

Allow to set before storing in an airtight container. In warm weather store the container in the fridge.

Makes 12+ spoons

There you have it, three ingredients three ways. These ideas are perfect for the kids to make leading up to Easter or for a birthday party.
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