Chocolate Cashew Clusters


Chocolate Cashew Clusters

Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:

12oz Chocolate Almond Bark
2 cups Cashews
1 tsp Coarse Kosher Salt

Directions:

• In a microwave safe bowl melt the chocolate almond bark on high for 90 seconds; stir. If not melted and smooth heat on high in 20 second increments stirring after each until melted and smooth.
• Stir cashews into the melted chocolate.
• Drop by teaspoon full onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with a pinch of salt.
• Allow to cool and set.
• Store in an airtight container.

Makes 24 Chocolate Cashew Clusters

Chocolate Cashew Clusters. Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!




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Chocolate Cashew Clusters. Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!


• If you are wondering what Almond Bark is, you can see (and buy) Almond Bark either here or here.

Chocolate Cashew Clusters. Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!



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Comments

  1. Ann,
    Can you use chocolate chips for this recipe in place of the almond bark? Do you find the almond bark at the grocery & does it come in a dark chocolate? When I make chocolate nut candy I use a double boiler, it would work as well, correct?
    Thanks,
    Linda

    • Ok, stating I have never done it that way, Linda… the almond bark is basically chocolate candy – smoother, easier melting and sweeter than semi-sweet chocolate chips. My guess (just a guess based on working with chocolate chips in the past, I have not done it for this recipe) is if you melt them in a double boiler and then add a teaspoon (or more) of crisco, you’ll end up having a consistency that works.

      WalMart carries almond bark, but I do not know if they carry a dark almond bark.

      Ann

    • Thank you.

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