The easiest Christmas treat yet: Foodie earns thousands of followers thanks to her festive (and VERY creative) rocky road recipes
- An Australian foodie has gone viral on TikTok for sharing her rocky road recipes
- Celia Gercovich, from Ballarat, videos have racked up more than 8million views
- She mixes chopped up marshmallows, scotch fingers, red lollies and TimTams
- Celia then mixes melted chocolate through the mix and puts it in the fridge to set
An Australian woman has gone viral on TikTok after sharing her decadent rocky road recipes for a perfect Christmas treat or gift.
Celia Gercovich, from Ballarat, shared two videos showing her own recipe for her delicious version of rocky road with chocolate, red frog lollies, scotch fingers, marshmallows and TimTams that have collectively racked up more than 8million views.
In her first video, Celia makes her four ingredient rocky road by mixing chopped up red frog lollies, marshmallows, and scotch finger biscuits with melted dairy milk chocolate.
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Celia Gercovich, from Ballarat, shared two videos showing her own recipe for her delicious version of rocky road with chocolate, red frog lollies, scotch fingers, marshmallows and TimTams that have collectively racked up more than eight million views
‘This is my version and it is delicious – four ingredients and you’ve got the best slice ever,’ the foodie said.
She then puts it in a circular cake tray with baking paper on the bottom, drizzles over a bit more melted chocolate, presses the mixture down to get rid of gaps and smooth the top and places it in the fridge for a few hours to set.
Celia’s recipe took TikTok by storm gaining more than 3.1 million views in only a week so she made a second video in response, incorporating an extra ingredient viewers suggested.
‘Someone in the comments mentioned about adding TimTams and I thought that’s a great idea,’ she starts the clip.
Celia repeated the original recipe adding chopped up double-coated TimTams and sprinkled a few extra crumbs over the top before putting it in the fridge to set.
‘I do chop everything up quite small because I feel like I like my rocky road so that when you have a bite of it you’ve got a little bit of everything,’ she advised.
She then puts it in a circular cake tray with baking paper on the bottom, drizzles over a bit more melted chocolate, presses the mixture down to get rid of gaps and smooth the top and places it in the fridge for a few hours to set
Her follow-up video was even more successful with five million views and attracted hundreds of comments from people keen to try the rocky road and suggesting additional ingredients.
‘I tried that and it turned out amazing I recommend everyone to try it,’ one viewer said.
‘Try honeycomb like violet crumble,’ a second suggested.
‘Don’t be shy use hazelnut chocolate, you won’t regret,’ said a third.
Recipe: Celia’s Rocky Road
1 x packet marshmallows
1 x packet raspberry lollies
7 x double coated TimTams
6 x Scotch finger biscuits
360g Cadbury dairy milk chocolate bar
1. Chop up marshmallows, raspberry lollies, scotch finger biscuits and six of the double coated TimTams into small pieces
2. Put the the chopped pieces into a bowl and mix
3. Chop up the dairy milk chocolate bar into smaller pieces, place in a bowl and melt in the microwave stirring every 30 seconds
4. Once the chocolate is melted, pour it into the bowl with the lollies and biscuits and mix to combine
5. Put some baking paper in the bottom of a cake tin or container, pour the mixture in
6. Press down with a spoon to get rid of gaps and smooth the top
7. Chop up your remaining TimTam into large crumbs to sprinkle over the slice and place it in the fridge for a few hours until fully set
8. Once the rocky road is set, take it out of the tray and cut into bite sized pieces
In another clip, Celia shows how she cuts up the set rock road slice into bite sized pieces.
‘It doesn’t have to be perfect rocky road doesn’t look neat and tidy,’ she said.
The Ballarat woman also asked her followers what confectionary she should add to her recipe next with people suggesting Clinkers, Turkish delight, Maltesers and Oreos.
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