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This giant chocolate rocky road is perfect if you’re not a fan of traditional Christmas pudding, or if you’ve got kids to please over the festive period. Decorated like a giant Christmas pud, this easy no-bake showstopper is filled with crushed biscuits, chewy marshmallows and colourful dried fruit for a chocoholic’s dream Christmas dessert. See method
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Delicious twists: Soak the dried fruit in 3 tbsp cherry liqueur or amaretto overnight for an adult version of the bombe. This recipe is easily adaptable to any of your favourite flavours – try adding chopped toffees, stem ginger, pistachios or honeycomb for different flavours. Try using leftover chocolate orange instead of regular chocolate for a fruity twist.
Tips: Store, loosely covered, at room temperature and will keep for up to 1 week in a cool, dark place.
Ensure the bombe is well chilled before attempting to cut it or it will crumble. Use a serrated sharp bread knife to cut slices of the bombe or let little ones break off sections with their hands.
It is best to display this bombe on a plate or chopping board rather than a cake stand as it can take a bit of force to cut portions.
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As part of a healthy balanced diet, we recommend this recipe for a special occasion or treat.
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