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Monday, 4 February 2013


I am still on going baking for the CNY.....

When I saw Wendy of Table of 2....or more posted her Almond Rocher, I told myself no matter what I must find time to do this.  I loves Ferrero Rocher and I guess this Almond Rocher is as yummy as it sounds.  Anything with almond, I am sure to love it.

Here with my Almond Rocher...... and thank you Wendy of Table of 2 .... or more for sharing this heavenly delicious rocher with us.

Recipe sourced from Wendy of Table for 2....or more 
300g slivered almonds
100g rice crispies
100g egg white
100g icing sugar
300g dark chocolate

Preheat oven to 150Celcius and line a large baking sheet with baking paper.

Mix the slivered almonds and rice crispies together.  Set aside.
Mix the egg white and icing sugar.  Add into the slivered almonds and rice crispies and toss to combine.

Pour this mixture into the baking tray and bake for 15 minutes.
Remove from oven and give it a stir and bake for another 10 minutes.  Repeat this step again for 10 minutes (Total baking time is 15 + 10 + 10).  Or bake till crispy.

Let the crispy almonds cool down and break into small loose pieces.  
(I use spoons to break them free).

Meanwhile, melt the dark chocolate (I added some warm milk so the melted chocolate won't be too thick).  Add the almond mixture into the melted chocolate and stir well to combine.

Spoon the rocher mixture into small cupcake liners.  Sprinkle some colour chocolate rice if you wish.

Very...very....yummy and delicious!  

 This Almond Rochers makes such a good gift for CNY.... as well as for Valentine's  Day.

  I am submitting this post to Chinese New Year Delights 2013 hosted by


  1. I can see that this is delicious, crispy and chocolatey.... good as a gift too!

  2. Mel, u very rajin, make a lot of preparation for CNY. This almond rocher looks nice :)

  3. Wow Mel! Still going strong with the CNY baking?!!! Good stamina!

  4. you very hard working making CNY cookies huh..

  5. Everybody is so hardworking with their cny cookies, except me hahaha, no homebaked ones from me this time, your cookies and presentation look lovely!

  6. Very nice, Mel! I wanted to make these too but not enough time. I suppose it is no harm making it after CNY.

  7. These look very addictive. I know I won't stop at one!

  8. you are so clever, mel! you still made it 'ang' with red liners ^^ they look delish! ^^

  9. Ooh, crunchy yummy almond rocher. I'm not your valentine but can I still get that box of the almond rochers?

  10. Definitely a nice gift and homemade some more, always better than store bought. I want to be your Valentine:D

  11. Wow! Very nice crunchy almond rocher.
    Mel, I want some more please!!!

  12. sweet and crunchy, kids and adults will love them very much. Yes, perfect for valentine's gift too!

  13. Yum! I love almonds too & these rocher look so good & inviting!

  14. Very pretty, Mel. Indeed good for Valentine's day, CNY or any day. The baked bits are good enough for me actually. They are good for noshing.

  15. Hi Mel, that's a very addictive snacks. Great ideas for Valentine day.

    Have a nice day ahead. Happy Valentine's day.

  16. Hi Mel,
    These almond rocher of yours sure can fight the F. Rocher. Yours is homemade and it is always better then store bought.
    Can I have some please?..

  17. Yum!!!
    I am off to the store to get the ingredients.