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Super easy, no bake, utterly delicious Creme Egg Rocky Road recipe. Great for bake sales and making with kids, the best Easter chocolate treat! This no fail chocolate dessert recipe is a must make for Easter.

(Originally published on 29th January 2016)
Pieces of creme egg rocky road chocolate squares on chopping board.

I first published this Creme Egg Rocky Road recipe back in 2016 (where did those three years go?!)

I thought I’d give it a little facelift this year and a new video to show you really how easy it is to make.

I’ve started making Rocky Road in the microwave a bit recently. It’s SO quick and easy. Especially if, like me, you’re always looking for a last minute, panic make, school bake sale tomorrow, eeeeekk, recipe (try my Easy Rolo Rocky Road here. YES!)

Even if you’ve never baked or cooked, honestly, this is so easy and fun to make. George and Harriet love helping to make this. We will probably make some of this or a batch of my Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge for their teachers at the end of term.

Glass bowl with ingredients for Creme Egg Rocky Road in (chocolate, butter and golden syrup) with purple spoon.

How to make Creme Egg Rocky Road:

Melt together your chocolates, butter and golden syrup. You can do this in the microwave as I did in the video or in a pan on the hob as explained in the recipe below.

Allow to cool slightly and then add crushed biscuits, marshmallows and Mini Creme Eggs.

Press into a lined tin and drizzle with more chocolate (coloured if you fancy) and Creme Eggs. Chill and then cut and enjoy!

Things to remember when you make the Creme Egg Rocky Road!

  1. You can melt everything in the microwave as I do in the video, just a couple of 30 second bursts with a good stir in between. DON’T cook for any longer at a time or you’ll burn the chocolate.
  2. Make sure that the mixture has cooked slightly before you add the Mini Creme Eggs or they’ll melt.
  3. To be extra sure that the Creme Eggs don’t melt, pop them in the fridge or freezer for an hour (or more or less depending on how much time you have!) before using.
Creme Egg Rocky Road pieces cut up on a board.

Other tips for making the Creme Egg Rocky Road recipe:

  • If melting the chocolate mixture on the hob, make sure you do melt the butter slightly before adding the chocolate, this stops the chocolate from burning.
  • Only use a very, very low heat. Or the chocolate, butter, syrup mixture will seize and go grainy.
  • OR as I did in the video, use the microwave, in short 30 second bursts!
Squares of chocolate creme egg rocky road topped with creme eggs cut in half.

What I used to make the Creme Egg Rocky Road recipe:

  • Baking parchment – I use baking parchment or baking paper for almost all of my bakes and cakes. It means no sticking, ever. I buy it in bulk from Amazon so I never run out and it’s also heaps cheaper that way. Not to be confused with greaseproof paper, which needs to be oiled first, not good for no bake cakes.
  • Chocolate – I try to use my favourite Callebaut chocolate for this recipe. This chocolate is just amazing, it melts so well and really makes a difference to any recipe. When you buy it in bulk (1kg bags at a time) from Amazon it works out about the same price as supermarket chocolate. A good investment I think as it really does make SUCH a difference.
  • BULK buying these babies in case the shops run out again this year!

This Creme Egg Rocky Road recipe is the perfect bake sale make. Easy but super impressive looking, right on seasonal baking trend, can be made in advance and no need for anything fancy schmancy.

If you don’t feel like it, you can leave off the colours chocolate on top and just use white chocolate.

A square of creme egg rocky road with a bite taken out.

How to make the Creme Egg Rocky Road recipe:

4.59 from 43 votes

Creme Egg Rocky Road

A full on chocolate rocky road treat full of creme eggs.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 18 people


  • 150 g Unsalted butter
  • 250 g Dark chocolate, chopped
  • 150 g Milk chocolate, chopped
  • 4 Tablespoons Golden syrup
  • 180 g Mini Creme Eggs, unwrapped
  • 180 g Mini marshmallows
  • 150 g Digestive biscuits, crushed into chunks
  • 150 g White chocolate, chopped
  • Yellow gel food colouring
  • 8 Creme Eggs, full size, unwrapped


  • Melt the butter in a large pan over a low heat.
  • When it’s about half melted, add the dark chocolate, the milk chocolate.and the golden syrup.Over a very low heat, continue to melt it all. Stir until it’s thick and well combined.
  • Remove from the heat and set aside for 10 minutes until it’s cooled slightly.
  • Add the mini Creme Eggs, the marshmallows and the digestive biscuits, stir until everything is well coated.
  • Line a 20cm x 20cm baking tin with baking paper and press the mixture firmly in.
  • Meanwhile melt the white chocolate in a bowl over a saucepan of steaming water. Make sure you keep the temperature very low as white chocolate can seize easily.
  • Take half of the melted chocolate and put in another small bowl, colour until very deep yellow using the gel food colour, just a very small amount at a time.
  • Drizzle the white chocolate and the coloured white chocolate over the rocky road, cut the full size Creme Eggs in half and sit in the chocolate, pressing in firmly.
  • Allow to set in the fridge for at least a couple of hours.
  • Turn out of the tin and cut into small chunks using a very sharp knife.


  • The photograph of this recipe shows 9 large pieces, I’d recommend chopping them up again to serve 18 as they are really very rich! (But no one will judge if you go back for two obviously..)


Calories: 391kcalCarbohydrates: 44gProtein: 3gFat: 23gSaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 22mgSodium: 74mgPotassium: 186mgFiber: 2gSugar: 33gVitamin A: 260IUVitamin C: 0.3mgCalcium: 63mgIron: 2.5mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Family Food
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  1. I was literally drooling at the thought of this and then glancing at the ingredients I saw Mini Marshmallows which I am sure aren’t vegetarian. Is this recipe alright without those or are they a vital ingredient?

    1. Marshmallows do contribute to the texture, but you could still make it without, it would just be much more solid. Or, there are Vegetarian marshmallows on Amazon. Hope that helps 🙂