How To Make Fruity Rocky Road

Recipe and images courtesy of Belvoir Fruit Farms.

How To Make Fruity Rocky Road. Hello friends. So how are you today? Rocky Roads anyone? Deliciously sticky, moist and moreish this Rocky Road could be the slippery slope to naughtiness! Great for lunch box treats, parties or afternoon tea!

One piece is never enough. It makes a great treat for lunchboxes to help ease you out of the holiday season and back into work. So why not pop a can of Belvoir’s Elderflower Pressé Light in the fridge, to enjoy with it?

How To Make Fruity Rocky Road

How To Make Fruity Rocky Road:

Discover the ultimate treat with these Fruity Rocky Road! Learn how to create a delightful blend of marshmallows, chocolate, dried sour cherries and blueberries, and a burst of fruity flavours in just a few simple steps. Indulge in this sweet sensation today.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Fruity Rocky Road Ingredients.
  • Secondly, Fruity Rocky Road Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Post Ideas.

Makes 16 squares

You Will Need:

  • 200g of dried sour cherries and blueberries
  • 90ml Belvoir Blueberry & Blackcurrant Cordial
  • 297g can of condensed milk
  • 100g each of dark and milk chocolate, finely chopped
  • 30g of butter, softened
  • 200g of digestive biscuits, roughly crushed
  • 50g of mini marshmallows
  • 100g of white chocolate, chopped

Fruity Rocky Road Method:


  1. Firstly, line a 20cm square baking tin with parchment paper.
  2. Put the sour cherries and blueberries in a pan with the cordial and 30ml of water and bring to a simmer then remove from the heat and set aside to cool and soak for at least an hour.
  3. Pour the condensed milk into a pan, and heat until just coming to a simmer, stirring. Put the dark and milk chocolate in a bowl with the butter and pour over the hot condensed milk.
  4. Stir until you have a smooth glossy mix.
  5. Strain the fruit, discarding any excess liquid, then add to the chocolate mix with the biscuits and mini marshmallows. Stir with a wooden spoon until completely combined.
  6. Tip it into the lined baking tin and spread out with the back of a spoon. Melt the white chocolate, then drizzle it all over the surface. Chill in the fridge for at least 3 hours until solid. Cut into 16 squares and serve.
How To Make Fruity Rocky Road: Great For Lunchboxes

How To Make Fruity Rocky Road:

How To Make Fruity Rocky Road. So yummy!? Recipe and images courtesy of Belvoir Fruit Farms. So do you fancy trying this Fruity Rocky Road recipe? Let me know in the comments below if you get to make some 🙂

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How To Make Fruity Rocky Road:

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  1. 6 September 2023 / 19:37

    Amazing and scrumdiddlyumptious and I will have to make these soon for the kids for school treats.

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    • 24 September 2023 / 07:35

      Thanks so much for visiting. I hope you got to make some 🙂

  2. passion fruit, paws and peonies
    12 September 2018 / 17:01

    Oh what a clever idea. I often soak fruit in booze – but this is a good and tasty alternative xx

    • Claire
      14 September 2018 / 11:13

      Thanks Maria. Love boozed soaked fruit too 🙂

  3. Shirley Wood
    24 September 2017 / 13:19

    It's almost too pretty to eat. I'm afraid I am not familiar with digestive biscuits. Thank you for sharing with us at Merry Monday. We love good recipes!

    • Claire
      25 September 2017 / 12:34

      Thanks for hopping over Shirley 🙂

  4. Christine Graves
    18 September 2017 / 12:33

    That sounds wonderful! Sharing this on SM. Thanks for sharing this at Dishing It & Digging It It. Hope you're finding some new friends. Have a good day.

    • Claire
      20 September 2017 / 12:33

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by Christine 🙂

  5. Anonymous
    13 September 2017 / 16:35

    Looks tasty. I could just eat on.

  6. Jess
    13 September 2017 / 14:52

    Oh wow…this sounds so tasty! I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: facebook/groups/ pluckyrecipescraftstips Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  7. 10 September 2017 / 10:50

    I've made similar before, and they're just so easy to make and even easier to eat! Nice post Claire. x Jacqui

    • 11 September 2017 / 19:01

      Thanks so much for stopping by Jacqui 🙂 I love making these.

  8. Judee Algazi
    9 September 2017 / 13:09

    These look great, but what is a digestive biscuit?

    • 11 September 2017 / 19:00

      Hi Judee, it is like a plain-ish biscuit made from sweet meal, fine oats I think. You could make this with any plane biscuits 🙂