How to Make a Delicious Valentine’s Day Bumpy Road for Your Loved One


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Meditation teacher Hannah Weir (pictured)

How to Make a Delicious Valentine’s Day Bumpy Road for Your Loved One

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How to Make a Delicious Valentine’s Rock Road with Pink Wafers, Cadbury Dreams, Strawberries and Cream Lollipops

  • Meditation teacher Hannah Weir plots a bumpy path for Valentine’s Day
  • Make a delicious pink treat with chocolate in minutes
  • Rocky Road is usually a dessert made for Christmas and festive occasions
  • Hannah makes it with wafers, white chocolate and mini marshmallows

Meditation teacher Hannah Weir (pictured)

Meditation teacher Hannah Weir (pictured)

A crafty meditation teacher shares her thoughts on Valentine’s Day-themed Rock Road desserts, including white chocolate, wafer cookies and marshmallows.

Hannah Weir, who lives in Melbourne, Victoria, shared a delicious pink filling recipe on her TikTok on Saturday, showcasing a delicious and chewy chocolate combo.

“Slow down with me and let’s take a bumpy road this Valentine’s Day,” she wrote in the video.

Hannah first melted a Cadbury dream block, then spread the melted slime on the bottom of the cake tin.

She added a couple of pink wafers on top of the base, followed by pink mini marshmallows and m&ms, then chopped up some strawberries and cream lollies to add.

The rocky road is topped with another layer of dreamy chocolate dyed pink with food dye and topped with a heart-shaped strawberry lollipop.

Because of the added dye, the top layer is thicker than the bottom layer, she said.

Thanks to Hannah’s slow motion and the “calming” music playing in the background, many found the video oddly therapeutic.

She added a couple of pink wafers to the base, then pink mini marshmallows and m&ms, then chopped up some strawberries and cream lollies to add The rocky road is topped with another layer of dreamy chocolate dyed pink with food dye and topped with a heart-shaped strawberry lollipop

She added a couple of pink wafers to the base, then pink mini marshmallows and m&ms, then chopped up some strawberries and cream lollies to add

“Damn you and your delicious food…now I have to make another one,” wrote one of her followers.

“Looks great,” said another.

Hannah is no stranger to bumpy cookbooks, and she was part of the “trend” last year to create a Valentine’s Day version.

For the 2021 edition, she used halved pink Clinkers, pink Tic Toc cookies, and candy balls and hearts.

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