I’m not sure about you but I’m always on the hunt of simple snack recipe for big and little kids. So here you go, another one to share, and believe me, these chocolate coated walnut clusters are easily made and finished, so be quick if you also want a bite before someone else does 🙂
Warning for all nut lovers, this is definitely a snack hard to resist.
So, roast, chop, melt, mix, and cool, done and dusted, now time to enjoy some treats for the nut and chocolate lovers.
Hope these chocolate-coated walnuts will add some sweetness to your day.
Roast walnuts in a flat pan on a medium to low fire, until they lightly have deepened the colour and the fragrance come out
Roughly chop the roasted walnuts and set them aside;
Put the chocolate bits in a heat proof bowl, and set the bowl over a pot with boiling water, keep stirring the chocolate till it's completely melt
Quickly mix the chopped walnuts into the melted chocolate, flatten a big piece of baking paper.
Take one spoonful of the mixture and put it onto the baking paper, try to cool them down by putting them in the fridge for one hour
Oce they’re well-formed into clusters, peel them all off the paper and put into an airtight container and restore in the fridge for later if you can’t finish them all in once.
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