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Craving something sweet with a nice crunch? I too had strong cravings for a sweet and crunchy snack. As I Searched the house I found nothing that would suffice. At that moment I knew I had to make my own snack. I spotted a package of candy melts and I had an idea. Grabbing a can of peanuts that was left on the table, I was ready to make my snack. However, I began to have this feeling that it needed something more. While looking in the pantry, I saw a box of cereal and it clicked. Then I mixed the ingredients I found together. I could hardly wait for the snack to set. After tasting this delicious snack, I knew I had to share the recipe for Candy Clusters. Its perfect blend of sweet and crunchy.

Step 1: Ingredients and Materials

1 package of candy melts

1/2 10 oz can of nuts

2/3 cup of cereal

plastic wrap or parchment paper

microwave-safe bowl

1 spoon

Step 2: Shake the Can

Have a sheet of parchment paper or plastic wrap ready and set aside. Pour cereal into can of nuts. Close the lid and shake well. Then set can aside.

Step 3: Melt

Pour candy melts into microwave safe bowl. Place bowl in the microwave. Set for 30 sec at half power or defrost mode. Start

Step 4: Stir Until Smooth

After every 30 seconds in the microwave, stir candy melts (it will not loose shape unless its stirred) until smooth. Remove from the microwave.

Step 5: Mix All Ingredients

Pour the can into the candy melts and stir.

Step 6: Scoop and Drop

Grab wrap or paper and place it on the counter, table, or baking sheet. Use spoon to scoop mix and place on parchment paper or plastic wrap.

Step 7: Wait to Enjoy

Wait 10-15 minutes to set or until the clusters looses its shine. For those with less patience, place the clusters in the freezer for 5 minutes. Enjoy

Thank you! :)
<p>Nice! I like your choice of blue candy melts :D</p>
<p>These are delicious. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.</p>

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