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chocolate cherry clusters

Desciption

a no-bake treat that are absolutely addictive. i got it from the usa weekend newspaper.

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Steps

  1. In medium bowl
  2. Microwave chocolate chips on high 1 minute
  3. Stir
  4. Microwave on high 1 more minute
  5. Until nearly melted
  6. Stir until smooth
  7. Quickly stir in cereal
  8. Cherries
  9. And walnuts until well coated
  10. Using a tablespoon
  11. Drop clusters on a wax paper lined baking sheet
  12. Refrigerate 1 hour
  13. Until no longer sticky

Step 7

Total Time in Minute 10

Ingredients Count 4

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Ingredients

Bittersweet chocolate chips

Cheerios toasted oat cereal

Dried cherries

Walnut pieces

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