Foodie’s festive, creative and easy Christmas recipe is a hit with thousands.

  • TikTok went viral after an Australian chef shared her recipe for rocky road cooking.
  • Celia Gercovich from Ballarat has videos that have been viewed more than 8 million times 
  • Her mixtures include chopped-up marshmallows, TimTams and red lollies.
  • Celia mixes the chocolate and adds it to the batter. The mixture is then placed in the refrigerator for a few hours.

After sharing her delicious rocky road recipe for Christmas treats or gifts, an Australian woman became viral via TikTok 

Celia Gercovich, from Ballarat, shared two videos showing her own recipe for her delicious version of rocky road with chocolate, red frog lollies, scotch fingers, marshmallows and TimTams that have collectively racked up more than 8million views. 

Celia creates her 4 Ingredient rocky Road by adding chopped-up red frog lollies and marshmallows to melted milk chocolaty. 

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Celia Gercovich, from Ballarat, has gone viral on TikTok shared two videos showing her own recipe for her delicious version of rocky road

The simple rocky road has chocolate, red frog lollies, scotch fingers, marshmallows and TimTams and is a perfect Christmas treat or gift

Celia Gercovich from Ballarat shared her recipe for Rocky Road with red frog lollies and chocolate. The videos have racked up over eight million hits.

‘This is my version and it is delicious – four ingredients and you’ve got the best slice ever,’ the foodie said.

Then she spreads it on a round cake tray lined with baking paper. She drizzles some more chocolate over it, smooths it and then places the pan in the refrigerator for several hours. 

Celia’s TikTok recipe went viral, with more than 3 million views within a week. Celia made another video to respond and added an additional ingredient that viewers suggested. 

Celia chops up chocolate to melt as well as raspberry or red frog lollies, scotch finger biscuits, TimTams and marshmallows

She then combines everything in a bowl, pours over melted chocolate and mixes so the chocolate coats the lollies and biscuits

Celia cuts up Cadbury milk bars to melt along with raspberry and red frog lollies. She then adds TimTams, marshmallows and TimTams. Finally, she mixes everything together in a bowl and pours over chocolate.

 ‘Someone in the comments mentioned about adding TimTams and I thought that’s a great idea,’ she starts the clip.  

Celia made the same recipe but added chopped-up TimTams coated in double and scattered crumbs on top. Finally, she put it in the refrigerator to set. 

‘I do chop everything up quite small because I feel like I like my rocky road so that when you have a bite of it you’ve got a little bit of everything,’ she advised. 

She then puts it in a circular cake tray with baking paper on the bottom, drizzles over a bit more melted chocolate, presses the mixture down to get rid of gaps and smooth the top and places it in the fridge for a few hours to set

Then she puts the mixture in a round cake tray lined with baking paper. She drizzles some more chocolate over it, smoothens it and then places the pan in the refrigerator for about an hour to set.

With five million views, her follow-up video attracted thousands of comments from those eager to experience the rough road. 

One viewer shared, “I tried it and it was amazing. I recommend everybody to do it.”  

“Try honeycomb as violet crumble,” is a second suggestion.

‘Don’t be shy use hazelnut chocolate, you won’t regret,’ said a third. 

Celia’s Rocky Road Recipe


 1 x packet marshmallows

1 x pack raspberry lollies 

7x TimTams double-coated 

 6 x Scotch finger biscuits 

Cadbury milk chocolate bars in 360g 


1. Cut up six double-coated TimTams (six marshmallows, six raspberry lollies and six scotch fingers biscuits) into pieces. 

2. Combine the chopped ingredients in a bowl.

3. Make small chunks of the dairy milk chocolate, then place them in a bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds.

4. Mix the chocolate and the biscuits together once it has melted.

5. Place baking paper on the bottom of the container. Pour the mixture into the container. 

6. To smoothen the top, press down on a spoon. 

7. Make a small batch of TimTam crumbs and sprinkle it over your slices. Place in the refrigerator for about an hour until the TimTam is fully set.  

8. When the rough road is prepared, lift it off the tray. Cut into pieces.

 In another clip, Celia shows how she cuts up the set rock road slice into bite sized pieces.

She stated, “It doesn’t necessarily have to be perfect. It doesn’t need look tidy.” 

Ballarat lady also asked her fans what sweets she should include next to her recipe. People suggested Clinkers, Maltesers or Turkish delight.