Sandy Road to Happiness™
The Sandy Road to Happiness™ is a deliciously decadent twist on the classic rocky road, made from a heady combination of rich Belgian chocolate, crunchy peanuts and lots of yummy fruit for a super indulgent treat.
According to legend, the original rocky road was invented in Australia in the late 1800s. The name came from the rocky road that travellers had to navigate to get to the gold fields. The Americans also claim to have invented rocky road in the 1900s. We’ll leave it to them to fight that one out 😉
The Sandy Road to Happiness™ was invented in Northamptonshire in the 21st century 🙂 It is paved with Belgian white and caramel chocolate, homemade digestive biscuits, plump raisins, crunchy peanuts, dark chocolate chips and squidgy marshmallows. Our sandy road is gluten-free but unfortunately not suitable for vegetarians.
We recommend that you cut our trays of the Sandy Road to Happiness™ into 8-12 treat-size pieces, depending on the appetites of the recipients! Your treats will last up to six weeks if kept in an airtight container.
If white chocolate is more your thing than caramel, you may like our Snowy Road to Happiness™.
Buy cakes online
Ordering is easy – just choose between local collection by appointment or first class signed-for delivery, add your cake choice to your basket, proceed through the checkout to pay and we’ll do the rest.
We use Royal Mail first class signed for delivery for our cakes by post service, which aims to deliver the next working day. We do this t0 ensure your products reach you as fresh as possible. We aim to dispatch your order within 48 hours of receipt (Monday to Friday – orders received over the weekend will be processed on Mondays).
All our cakes, bakes and sweet treats are gluten-free. We use the best ingredients we can find to make our products, using local free range eggs and English butter and cream. Some of our products are dairy free and while we do not operate a completely dairy-free kitchen, we have strict process controls in place to minimise the risk of cross-contamination.