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Rocky Road Bites

Posted by  ·  January 24, 2015  ·  Last Updated: January 24, 2015

Hi guys! I’m Christy from the blog The Girl Who Ate Everything. If you’re not familiar with my blog, I’m a self-proclaimed foodaholic who loves to run! I’m excited to be here today sharing these Rocky Road Bites with you. From experience, the best treats are those that can be made off the top of your head and this is one of our favorites. My husband’s go-to ice cream flavor is Rocky Road and any treat that has the same flavors, he goes crazy for.

Rocky Road Bites - only 3 ingredients!rocky-road-bites-2In a large bowl mix your melting chocolate, marshmallows, and chopped pecans. Rocky Road Bites - only 3 ingredients!Spread it all out on wax paper, parchment paper, or aluminum foil and sprinkle it with a little sea salt to bring out the flavors. Rocky Road Bites - only 3 ingredients!Let it set and then break into pieces and enjoy!

Rocky Road Bites:

2 lbs melting chocolate

1 (10.5-oz) bag mini marshmallows

1 cup chopped pecans

(optional) sea salt

Melt chocolate according to package directions. In a large bowl stir in melted chocolate, marshmallows, and pecans until coated well.

Spread evenly on wax paper or parchment lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with sea salt to bring out the flavors even more. Let mixture set for at least an hour. You can speed this up by placing it in the refrigerator. Break into pieces and enjoy!

 

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With five hungry kids, a husband in the NFL, and her own insatiable appetite, Christy Denney has plenty of mouths to feed. Her blog, The Girl Who Ate Everything, is filled with family-friendly favorites that will make your mouth water. If you’re looking for simple, delicious, and easy dishes the whole family will love, she’s your girl.

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  1. Connie
    Thursday, February 12th, 2015
    This looks so good is this two one pound chocolate bark?
  2. Melanee V-M
    Monday, January 26th, 2015
    Oh, this is one recipe open to fun! Throw in some graham cracker pieces, crushed pretzels, ... I'm getting hungry. Time to not look at dessert! Thanks for sharing!
  3. Saturday, January 24th, 2015
    Yum! This reminds me of a treat my mom used to make. Can't wait to make it myself!