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Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters – Only 3 Ingredients!

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Only 3 Ingredients! These Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters are SO easy to make & perfect for the holidays. A little sweet, a little tart and lots of chocolate!

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

It’s Candy and Fudge Favorites Day!

And I want to share these Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters with you.

Who doesn’t love holiday time for the wonderful treats and goodness and food that is served?

I know for me, the food, treats, cookies and more, is one of my favorite parts of the holiday. 

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

Welcome to #CandyFudgeFavorites Day hosted by Jennifer from Take Two Tapas! It’s the holidays and we are celebrating the holiday tradition of making candy and fudge!

Join me and my fellow bloggers as we share our favorite holiday candy and fudge recipes today. I know you will see some old favorites and I hope you find some new ones!

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

These Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters are the perfect cluster to gift or go great on a cookie/candy platter.

Plus they are ridiculously easy and only require 3 ingredients. Yes, I said three.

How much easier can you get than that? 

Tips for making these chocolate clusters:

  • They are easiest done in the microwave, but can totally be made on the stovetop. Read your packaging to see how to melt the chocolate for your cooking method.
  • You can add or remove ingredients to suit your liking. Use white almond bark instead of chocolate almond bark. Omit the dried cranberries and use dried strawberries or dried blueberries. Add other ingredients. Whatever makes you happy!
  • You can make these any size you want, but making them bite size makes the pobbable and allows you to make more of them! 
  • With the nuts, you can use whatever nut you’d like. We used Sliced Almonds for this recipe, but you can use whole almonds or even chopped almonds.

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

Ideas for gifting these Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters:

These make an incredibly thoughtful gift idea.

We usually use a cute gift box or a fancy jar with a tag, but you can also use a cookie tin or even a plastic bag with a cute bow.

You’ve got Christmas covered for your neighbor or co-worker, it’s as easy as that. (or whoever you want to give these treats to!)

For the gift boxes, we use these and these are they are our favorites.

For gift jars… we use this set with this hang tag set.

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

Ready to make a batch of these clusters?

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters

Yield: 28 Mini Clusters
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Only 3 Ingredients! These Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters are SO easy to make & perfect for the holidays. A little sweet, a little tart and lots of chocolate!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a microwave safe bowl, microwave the chocolate almond bark on high for 2 minutes. Remove and stir the mixture.
  3. Return the mixture to the microwave and continue heating for about 30 seconds at a time, stirring between each time period until the mixture is melted and creamy.
  4. Remove the bowl from the microwave and add the sliced almonds and dried cranberries. Mix until fully incorporated.
  5. Using a mini ice cream scoop or a tablespoon to scoop out the mixture and pour out onto the parchment lined pan. I actually allowed the mixture to sit for about 2 minutes before scooping to keep the chocolate together better.
  6. If your chocolate spreads a little though, that's ok. Repeat with the remaining chocolate/almond/cranberry mixture.
  7. Allow your Chocolate Almond Cranberry Clusters to cool completely before moving.
  8. It is best to allow them to sit in the freezer for about 4 minutes, or the refrigerator for about 8.
  9. Store in an airtight container at room temperature or simply place container in fridge to keep fresh longer.

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Radha

Friday 17th of December 2021

What an amazing and addicyive candy! I love easy recipes and this is a great one!

Hezzi-D

Sunday 5th of December 2021

I'm all for the easy but delicious candy recipes around the holidays!

Inger@Art of Natural Living

Friday 3rd of December 2021

I love nut clusters and adding cranberries would be even better!

Jennifer

Friday 3rd of December 2021

I love the simple ingredients and the festive holiday flavors! I loved them so much I am making a double batch to give to the neighbors!

Kathleen Pope

Thursday 2nd of December 2021

These are healthier because they have nuts and cranberries in them, right?!? :-) They look so yummy!

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