This recipe is so easy and has been a traditional Christmas goody in my home as long as I can remember! I made this recipe and poured it into a cookie sheet. Since you cut the squares fairly small (because it’s so sweet!) I was able to get 6+ dozen out of the one batch! No shaping and no baking! Just my kind of chocolatey goodness!
2 c. frozen mini marshmallows (freeze on a cookie sheet, single layer, for at least 1 ½ hours… you do this so the marshmallows don’t melt when you add them to the chocolate mixture!)
4 c. sugar
2 ½ c. mini marshmallows
1 ¼ c. evaporated milk
2 cubes of butter, cut up
1 pkg. milk chocolate chips
1 LARGE chocolate candy bar, broken in pieces
2 c. chopped walnuts
1 tsp. vanilla
In large bowl, stir together butter pieces, chocolate chips and candy bar pieces. Set aside.
In medium saucepan over medium heat, mix sugar, 2 ½ c. mini marshmallows (not frozen), and evaporated milk. Stir constantly at a gentle boil for 7 minutes (to dissolve sugar).
Pour hot mixture over butter/chocolate mixture. Stir until it all melts and is nice and smooth (or til “looses gloss”). Let cool.
Once mixture is cooled down, stir in frozen marshmallows, walnuts and vanilla. Pour rocky road into a buttered cake pan. Cover and place in fridge until chilled. Best if kept cold. YUMMY!!