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Chocolate Covered Cashew Clusters

If you love salty cashews covered in creamy milk chocolate, this is the recipe for you. Best of all, this candy comes together in just minutes and tastes delicious. 

A Candy Recipe that’s Short and Sweet! 

Welcome to another short and sweet recipe—one where we skip all the chatter and get right to the recipe. I’ve got a ton of candy recipes on this site already—including my Crockpot candy, which is similar to this. But this one (literally) comes together in the microwave in just a couple of minutes! 

Chocolate Covered Cashew Clusters Ingredients

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You will find a full printable recipe card at the bottom of this post but here’s a look at what you’ll need.

  • 2 cups cashews
  • 2 cups milk chocolate chips
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil (or coconut oil)

That’s it! Just three simple ingredients! 

How to Make Chocolate Covered Cashews

Place a piece of wax paper on a cookie sheet and set aside. 

Place the chocolate chips into a microwave-safe bowl. Add the tablespoon of oil. 

Heat in 30-second increments, stirring between them, until chocolate is melted. Mine took 2 minutes total. You want a smooth, creamy melted chocolate. 

Pour the cashews into the chocolate and stir until well coated. 

Spoon clusters of the candy onto the waxed paper. 

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Place the tray into the refrigerator so the candy can firm up. 

Serve and enjoy! 

Chocolate Covered Cashew Clusters from Out of the Box Baking.com

Store in an airtight container in a cool place. You can refrigerate them if you like. They can be frozen and eaten later. 

That’s it for this post, friends! I hope you enjoyed this delicious candy recipe. You’re going to love the sweet salty combination of cashews and chocolate.

Chocolate Covered Cashew Clusters from Out of the Box Baking.com

If you make these chocolate-covered cashes and love them, don’t forget to leave a review and a comment below. And while you’re at it, go ahead and pin some photos to your Pinterest boards!

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About the Author

Janice Thompson is an author, baker, and all-around mischief maker! She has overcome a host of baking catastrophes, including a toppled wedding cake, to learn more about the baking process. Janice has published over 165 books for the Christian market but particularly enjoys writing recipes and baking devotions. To learn more about Janice or to drop her a note, visit her About the Author page. 

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