Aren't these cute?! These edible rocks will be a hit in your household or next party. Super easy to make with kids too. It's from Bakeland: Nordic Treats Inspired by Nature by Marit Hovland (Greystone Books. 2016).

2 Oreo cookies

200g white chocolate

90ml sweetened condensed milk

pinch salt

1/8 tsp cocoa powder


1/2 c any salted nuts (I used brazils, almonds and cashews)

1/4 c any dried fruit (I used cranberries and apricots)

Remove the white filling from the Oreo cookies then place them in a plastic bag and crush  with a rolling pin into crumbs.

In a saucepan over low heat, melt the chocolate and condensed milk until smooth. Remove from heat then stir in half the cookie crumbs.

Divide chocolate mixture into 3 bowls. Leave one as is. Mix the rest of the crumbs into the second bowl. In the third bowl stir in the cocoa powder. Cover the bowls and let sit at room temperature for 30 minutes.

Line a tray or board with baking paper. Scoop out a small piece of one of the chocolate mixtures and flatten it. Place a dried fruit or nut in the centre and shape with your fingers to make a rock. Leave on the baking paper to harden for a few hours at room temperature. Repeat until you have no chocolate left! Store in an airtight container.