Those rocky roads we love
THIS dedicated chocolate cafe’s rocky road is so popular, it’s no wonder Hahndorf’s stores have opened all over Victoria.
The Pakington St store is sticking to the original version of this classic, offering a rocky road made of chocolate, marshmallows, nuts and coconut. IN the couple of years since Mule Coffee Shed opened, it has become known locally for its spin on traditional food offerings and its rocky road is no exception, with Mule recently unveiling a deconstructed twist that includes donuts, Nutella, marshmallows, crushed rocky road, chocolate biscuits and strawberry topping. THE Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie took rocky road love to new heights earlier this year when it hosted a rocky road festival offering more than 30 different rocky road flavours.
Although the festival has ended, the Chocolaterie has white, milk, and dark chocolate rocky road varieties available all year round. As part of its Strawberry Affair festival, a special strawberry flavour will also be available for a limited time from October 20. GEELONG’S much-loved donut destination regularly features rare takes on rocky road in its regular monthly rotation of donut flavours. This month’s offering is the ‘ghost’ rocky road, which includes white chocolate, popcorn, goji berries, and marshmallow. THESE sweet super stores offer up hundreds of varieties of chocolate and lollies, and also host a number of different rocky road flavours. The current selection includes flavours such as milk chocolate, white chocolate, dark chocolate, mint and salted caramel.
YUM! Mae Mikelsons with brother Levi, who is holding Mule Coffee Shed’s deconstructed rocky road creation.
Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie’s delicious rocky road.