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Blueberry Chocolate Clusters
Blueberry Chocolate Clusters

Looking for a little indulgence? Whip up some easy to make (and eat!) blueberry chocolate clusters. Keep them for yourself to conquer those late night cravings, or wrap up a box full of blueberry chocolate clusters as a delicious gift for a loved one.


  • 1 cup fresh blueberries, divided
  • 1 cup chocolate chips (dark, milk, or white)


  1. Rinse blueberries, spread on paper towels and pat dry
  2. Line a baking sheet wtih wax paper or parchment
  3. In a small bowl or top of a double boiler, over barely simmering water, place chocolate
  4. Stir until melted
  5. Remove bowl from hot water
  6. Gently fold in blueberries
  7. Make clusters by spooning 4 or 5 warm chocolate coated blueberries onto wax paper, placing them 1 inch apart
  8. Or spoon mixture into silicone candy molds
  9. * Refrigerate until firm, about 30 minutes
  10. Transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate for up to three days
  11. For gift presentation: place clusters in pleated paper candy cups and arrange in a box


Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day
  • Spoon heart-shaped mounds, each made with 3 chocolate-coated blueberries onto wax paper-covered sheet pan. Chill
  • Makes about 30 mini-heart shapes
  • Arrange chocolate-coated blueberries in wreath shapes or rounds
  • After the shapes have set, decorate with tube frosting or colored sugar
  • Spray dreidel- or star-shaped cookie cutters with non-stick spray
  • Place on wax paper
  • Using white chocolate-coated blueberries, fill each chill until firm
  • Remove from cookie cutters and decorate
Hostess gift
  • Make or purchase small sugar cookies
  • Spoon a small amount of the blueberry-dark chocolate mixture on top of each cookie allow to set


*Silicone candy molds can be found at crafts stores or or

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