No nuts, no glace cherries - just the sweet for a child to eat
Line a small lamington tin with baking paper or foil
Chop the marshmallows and frogs into a medium bowl using a pair of clean scissors
Melt the chocolate in a large glass in the microwave for approximately 1 minute, mix then continue to melt at 10 second intervals until the chocolate is fully melted
Quickly add the chopped marshmallows and frog to the melted chocolate and combine until all the lollies are covered
Pour this mix into the lined tin and refrigerate for about 1/2 an hour,remove Rocky Road from tin and peel off lining then cut into bitesize pieces to serve
You can take the coconut out of the recipe and it still tastes great.
You can use dark chocolate melts instead of milk chocolate for a richer taste.
Raspberry lollies or lolly snakes also work in this recipe.
Nestles choc melts are a favourite in this recipe but all cooking chocolate will work
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