I'm making a list, checking it twice...my grocery list that is! I think that I shall do some baking this weekend. I haven't done much recently and my friends at work have noticed...but I've been busy! These are some quick, easy chocolate treats that I made in October for the ER.
They are called Rocky Road Halloween Squares, so I figured that they would be perfect for an October treat. However, they would also be a perfect Christmas tray treat! So, easy to make! Just melt, pour, stir, pour, and cut...then enjoy! All of the ER nurses, doctors, residents, and respiratory therapists enjoyed them. I think they liked the combination of the sweet and salty...which I'm a bit partial to as well. So, if you need a quick and easy treat, try these out!
Rocky Road Halloween Squares from my mom
1 12ox. package chocolate chips
1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
2 Tablespoons butter
2 cups dry roasted peanuts
10.5 oz. bag mini-marshmallows
Melt chocolate chips and butter (you can do this in the microwave slowly, or over a double boiler). Combine nuts and marshmallows. Pour the chocolate over this mixture and stir until all is coated well. Place waxed paper in a 13X9 pan then spread the nut/marshmallow mixture into the pan. Chill 2 hours or until firm. Remove from pan and cut into squares. Enjoy!