Nothing says Christmas like wreaths and Christmas pudding decorated goodies. I think you will love this version of a Rocky Road Christmas Wreath.
I have been so impressed with all the Wreath & Christmas Pudding inspired ideas I have seen around this Christmas, from Christmas coloured cakes shaped to look like wreathes to pavlovas shaped in a circle covered in gorgeous red berries & mint leaves and even slices, it seems you can make anything Christmassy if you make it in a ring tin!
So after being given a Rocky Road recipe from a friend I was excited to try out my theory – and I think it came together really well. So easy and fun way to serve it. Of course this recipe will be lovely in a slice tin too so if you are wanting something quick and easy please make it the usual way as it is delicious!
It is perfect to give to friends in some little bags or boxes done in a slice tin as you can slice it into small squares but I quite like my Christmassy Wreath/Christmas Pudding idea so I am glad a tried it! My recipe below is double the original so it will go in a large slice tin if making that way.
Step by Step for the Rocky Road Christmas Wreath
I added some jubes and omitted the raisins but you could add glace cherries, cranberries and any other yummy things you think would go well in here.
And it really is easy! I have never used Kremelta before but it seems to be the thing in Christmas baking so I went along with it and it was really easy to use.
If you love Rocky Road then you simply MUST check out my latest versions, using just five ingredients I have finally shared a recipe I have coveted for years
The Best Ever Chocolate Rocky Road
White Chocolate Rocky Road
Here I am going to give you the recipe I used today but below that I will give you the basic recipe I got from the lovely Donna, it is perfect just the way she makes it! So feel free to use either version for this Rocky Road Christmas Wreath.
Onto the recipe
And here is Donnas original version which is just delicious and such a quick easy Christmas Recipe
Do you have to use this? I can’t stand copha so would prefer to leave out
Try this recipe, add any ingredients you like https://justamumnz.com/2019/11/11/the-best-chocolate-rocky-road/
Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid says
This looks amazeballs! I am going to try something similar in my bundt tin. Now I’m off to google Kremelta!
carmen muscat says
what is kremelta
Hi Carmen – Kremelta is coconut fat or vegetable fat used in cooking. Kremelta is a brand name, and it can be found in the supermarket near where the oil is sold. 🙂