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Chocolate Blueberry Clusters



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


  1. 1
    Rinse blueberries, spread on paper towels and pat dry. Line a baking sheet with wax paper or parchment.
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    In a small bowl or top of a double boiler, over barely simmering water, place chocolate; stir until melted. Remove bowl from hot water; gently fold in blueberries. Make clusters by spooning 4 or 5 warm chocolate-coated blueberries onto wax paper, placing them 1" apart. Or, spoon mixture into silicone candy molds. Refrigerate until firm, about 30 minutes. Transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate for up to three days.


Silicone candy molds can be found at craft stores.

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.

Christmas: arrange chocolate-coated blueberries in wreath shapes or rounds.  After the shapes have set, decorate with tube frosting or colored sugar.

Hanukkah: 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.

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