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Chocolate-covered blueberries, almonds and pretzels recipe

Chocolate-covered blueberries, almonds and pretzels recipe

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Salty pretzels, blueberries and whole almonds combine in this dark chocolate treat that makes a wonderful food gift.

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IngredientsServes: 12

  • 450g 70% dark chocolate, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 175g blueberries
  • 75g roasted whole almonds
  • 12 thin pretzel crisps

MethodPrep:10min ›Extra time:30min › Ready in:40min

  1. Line a baking tray with a silicone baking mat or baking paper.
  2. Combine dark chocolate, coconut oil and vanilla extract in top of a double boiler over simmering water. Stir frequently, scraping down the sides with a rubber spatula, until melted, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature, about 15 minutes.
  3. Scoop 2 tablespoons of the melted chocolate mixture into a small bowl.
  4. Stir blueberries and almonds into the remaining chocolate mixture. Spread on the prepared baking tray in an even layer. Press pretzel crisps in gently. Drizzle reserved 2 tablespoons chocolate on top.
  5. Freeze until firm, 15 to 20 minutes. Break gently into pieces before serving.

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Mixed Nut Clusters

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Mixed Nut Clusters are the perfect sweet and nutty chocolate covered treat packed with walnuts, cashews, pecans, and almonds. Easily made in just minutes!

Like Chocolate Covered Almonds, Mixed Nut Clusters make a great holiday treat to give to family and friends. Include them in your Christmas tins or on a party platter with cookies, brownies, and holiday candy. Check out my dessert recipes for other homemade chocolatey goodies.


I love how easily Mixed Nut Clusters come together. They are the perfect quick holiday treat for last minute gifts or potlucks, and they taste just as good as they look.

While it would be wonderful to be able to shower everyone on my list with gifts, that’s just not realistic. Whether it’s a teacher’s aide or a doctor’s office staff, I love to share homemade candies and treats as a way of saying thank you for being so great to me and my family during the year.

This recipe is so easy to make and they go great as an individual gift or in an assortment of chocolate covered treats like grahams, cookies, and caramels. They are easy to adapt to what kind of nuts you have on hand too. If you are short a type of nut, just leave it out or swap it.

Once you’ve assembled your chocolate nut clusters, you can go on about doing the other million things you need to do during the holidays. Knowing that these yummy gluten-free clusters are ready to pop into any last minute fruit and candy basket is a huge stress reliever.

These delicious little treats don’t have to be just for gift giving. Rough chop your finished chocolate nut clusters and sprinkle them over a scoop of Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Salted Caramel Sauce and Whipped Cream for a sundae that rivals the best ice cream parlor.


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If you’ve ever driven with little ones in tow, you know that road snacks are essential. And if your kids are anything like mine, they go through them quickly!

To celebrate the kick-off of summer road trips, my friends at Discount Tire asked me to share a quick, easy and healthy snack for the busy travel season. This Sweet and Salty Trail Mix is not only fun to make but is a great excuse to get those little ones in the kitchen to help you make a batch.

My boys love berries so we used dried blueberries and strawberries but feel free to use your favorite fruits. Raisins, figs, apricots or cherries would all be fantastic. Pistachios, peanuts and dark-chocolate covered almonds add heart-healthy fats and a boost of protein to give you energy and keep you satisfied between meals while on the road.

Travel Tip: If your journey has you spending long hours in the car, make it a point to find a park or nature trail along your route. It’s a great way to let the kids burn off energy and the fresh air will give the adults a little energy boost to stay focused for the rest of the drive.

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The best part about these homemade treats is you can make them in whatever flavor and quantity you like. If you're partial to chocolate, choose to incorporate melting chocolate chips in white, dark or milk chocolate, or pick another flavor — like butterscotch. If you'd rather coat your pretzels in a creamy, fruity frosting, select a fruit variety for your yogurt instead of vanilla or mix in your favorite flavor of seedless preserves.

You can make your pretzels with strawberry, blackberry or blueberry coats. And if you need an especially large quantity of these tasty snacks for your function, just adjust the recipe based on the number of mini pretzel bags you use. Follow these steps to create your personalized yogurt pretzels:


Step 1. Begin by preheating your oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2. Next, combine the confectioners sugar and yogurt in a large mixing bowl and blend together with a handheld mixer. If you choose to add any seedless preserves, spoon them in and mix with the sugar and yogurt until the mixture takes on the color of the preserves.

Step 3. Alternatively, if you want to add chocolate to your pretzel coating, put the melting chocolates in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 30 seconds or until melted, then add to the yogurt mixture and mix until well-blended.

Step 4. Using tweezers, tongs or chopsticks, dip your pretzels into your yogurt mixture one at a time, coating them completely and laying them out on wire cooling racks placed on top of baking sheets.

Step 5. When all your pretzels are coated and laid out, turn the oven off and place the baking sheets and wire racks inside, leaving the door ajar to prevent the pretzels from becoming soggy.

Step 6. Let the coated pretzels harden for 3-4 hours, then remove them from the oven. Enjoy! Make sure to store your leftovers in an airtight container.

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Now go hit up your local grocery store and snag a tub of this Boar&rsquos Head Dark Chocolate Hummus to make this Healthy Fruit & Chocolate Party Tray while you still can! It is the perfect addition to any party or social gathering. This unique hummus is only being offered for a limited time, so I know I will be stocking up for all my upcoming holiday gatherings!

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