For a special treat for Fathers Day 2014, here is my gift to all Dads out there! :) This recipe has been requested by so many that I just have to publish it now on my blog! This is just so quick and easy in the Thermomix. :)
For those that love my Clinker Rocky Road here is a cake version! When I saw a rocky road cake recipe arrive in my email – my brain nearly exploded!!… I just knew I had to do it with the ThermoFun Clinker Rocky Road, served with ice cream it is just heaven! Be warned only small portions are needed – it is very rich but oh so yummy! :)
For those who don't like Clinkers or can't get hold of them, Maltesers can be substituted.
- 200g Original Tim Tams biscuits, halved
- 180g Clinkers
- 500g chocolate melts (milk or dark)
- 300ml thickened cream
- 200g mini marshmallows
- 190g Raspberry lollies, halved
- Line a 28cm springform cake tin with baking paper.
- Place half packet of Tim Tams into TM bowl and chop 2 sec / speed 6. Set aside.
- Repeat for other half packet. Set aside.
- Place Clinkers into TM bowl and chop 2 sec / speed 6. Set aside.
NB: you want the Clinkers to still be ‘chunky’. There may be a few that don’t cut well, you can chop in TM for 1 sec, but in my opinion if this happens I’d say just eat them!!!
- Place chocolate into TM bowl and grate 10 sec / speed 9.
- Add cream and melt 5 mins / 100°C / speed 1.
- Set TM 2 mins / speed 3 / Reverse and while blades are moving, add Clinkers, marshmallows, Raspberries and Tim Tams a little at a time through hole in TM lid.
- Check all ingredients are mixed in with aid of spatula.
- Pour into prepared cake tin.
- Refrigerate until set.
To clean Thermomix bowl:
- Pour a glass of milk into TM bowl and mix 5 sec / speed 8.
- Heat milk 5 mins / 80°C / speed 4.
- Enjoy warm chocolate milk. No wasted chocolate!
* Run a knife under hot water to assist in cutting the cake.
* Keep refrigerated until serving.
* This is a very rich cake so small serves are recommended!
* Cake is suitable to freeze.
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Miriam Audelo says
Thank you, I love chocolate so I'll try.
Looks great using for sisters birthday cake.
Barb Bishop says
Dont own a Thermomix but will try this anyway. Will just take a bit longer to chop & mix. Thanks for recipe.
I made the clinker rocky road cake for my son this week. Not only was it super easy !! But it was absolutely delicious !!! Be making this again and again :)
Thanks Fleur, I'm pleased you enjoyed it. :)
Leanne Moon says
I made this quite a few times last year and it was a hit every time. I lost the recipe and have spent ages searching through paperwork and different sites and I'm so happy I just found it tonight. Yay for thermofun.
Phew!!! It would be a sad Christmas without Clinker Rocky Road Cake! :)
Peggy Ashley says
I saw this recipe in facebook & was really excited because I'm always wanting something new to take to church. But I'm not sure really how to make this because all the measurements are not in English. I guess that's what I was meaning. I live in America. But it really looks great!
Sorry this ol' lady is too silly to figure this out.
Hi Peggy, try this site and it should be able to help you I hope with converting measurements. https://whatscookingamerica.net/Q-A/equiv.htm
I hope this helps. Enjoy! :)
Petrice Cramer says
Made this last night, exact measurements and it is a very sticky texture, seems very mousse like because of the cream, was in the fridge overnight. Very rich indeed!
yes it is very rich Petrice! Small pieces!!
Michelle Warren says
i have made this a few times now for special occasions. Everyone has loved it and thought it was very special.
Thank you Michelle! It certainly is a very special one. :)
Yes, I am able to get Maltesers. Have never heard the term "clinkers' before but thanks for explaining. Will try this recipe soon. Thank you
Hi there, this looks delish! Just a question - What are "Clinkers"? Not sue tit's an Australian thing?
Yes Gill they are Australian. They are basically candy covered in chocolate. I do know that people sub them for maltesers. Are you able to get these?
Any idea how long it takes to set?
Made it this evening and keen to take to work as a treat
Not very long at all Cathenian! 1/2 hour to an hour max! :)
Tried it.. but not setting as well as id like. Very moussey like. Not a cake. Any suggestions?
oh no Nicole that's a shame. I'm not sure what would have happened. How is it now 24 hours later?
How long would this keep?
Depends if I'm around or not Charleen! ;) It does freeze well by the way. But if kept in fridge I'd guess up to a week. Enjoy! :)
Just found your website and this amazing recipe, will definitely be trying it out on my grandchildren. Ticks all the boxes. Will probably make it in a slice tin, easier to cut into small portions.
That's a very good idea Bev with using a slice tin, as it is very rich but oh my oh my soooo delish! :)
Thanks for the recipe! Am making this now. Sooooo decadent!
Yes it is very decadent Nat! Enjoy! :)