Recipe by MARILYN L
"This is a delicious candy with chocolate, peanuts, and marshmallows."
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semisweet chocolate chips
1 (1 ounce) square
unsweetened baking chocolate
1 1/4 cups
Overall a great and tasty recipe. However, since I'm pregnant and also have small children, I was a bit leary about the eggs, since they never get cooked, so after I got the chocolate and egg mixture blended, I heated it to bubbling for a minute or two so the eggs would not be raw. I waited for it too cool off before adding the marshmallows and peanuts and then stuck it in the fridge. It took way more than 2 hours for it to cool (I had to leave them in the fridge overnight) but that could be because I cooked it a bit more. Once they finally hardened they were wonderful and I gave them out as Christmas gifts. :) I will try this recipe again, but maybe just omit the eggs next time, since they don't seem to serve any real purpose that I can see, anyway.
Well this was easy enough to make and looked sooo pretty. Unfortunately after 5 hours in the fridge they had set up but the chocolate was still really gummy so I threw them in the freezer. Even frozen the chocolate was still really sticky. I would love to try this again with maybe 1 egg instead of 2. Perhaps my eggs were to large and thats why I didn't set up. I didn't feel comfortable taking them like they were to share with others.
Very good....mellow chocolate taste, not too sickly and rich like some recipes. Also very easy to make.
These were really easy to make and me and friends and family loved it we ate it all in 2 1/2 days!!!
This recipe was perfect for baking with my Kinder class. It was easy to make with small groups and they loved the end result.
When you do it just precicely right, it comes out perfect! I have made it many times but sometimes it won't set, I think I just needed to add a little more sugar though. And it really needs like 24 hours in the fridge to set. Great recipe otherwise.
This was good! I was out of peanuts so used chopped pecans instead. Turned out great!
I did not care for the texture of the chocolate in this recipe but my boyfirend loved it, he ate them all in two days.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rocky Road Candy
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 43
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