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Halloween is definitely the time for sugary sweet snacks but I have something else for kids. These Green Monster Chocolate Fruit Clusters are very simply made yet taste amazing and they’re perfect for Halloween.
Green Monster Chocolate Fruit Clusters
They use my FAVE fake candy eyes, white chocolate, any combo of dried fruit you like and desiccated coconut. I made these and they were gone in minutes once I put them out and they’re already asking for more. MOHR.
A Healthier Halloween Snack
These little Green Monster Chocolate Fruit Clusters are a bit healthier because you can use any fruit you have on hand. No added sugar needed. I used a variety of dried fruits like tart cherries, pineapple, raisins, cranberries.
But get wild, try chopped apples or mangoes or even dried blueberries. And you can absolutely add nuts to them. Or JUST use nuts. Make them yours, they’re flexible.
All about those Monster Eyes
It’s all about those eyes, buy them when you see them. You can get them at the store OR use my affiliate link to buy them on Amazon. Buy them so you can make any snack a creepy treat. I promise once you get them you’ll be looking for food to put them on.
I’ve got more of tasty Halloween Party Food ideas, check them out!
- Spider Web Donuts
- Doughnut Hole Eyeballs
- Pumpkin Spice Latte Cake Roll
- Pumpkin Roll
- Pumpkin Spice Hot Cocoa Mix
- Money/Calories/Time Saved by Making PSL at Home
- Pumpkin Spice Latte at Home
- Pumpkin Cake Jars
- Vampire Doughnuts
Halloween is the time for sugary sweet snacks but I have something else for kids. These Green Monster Chocolate Fruit Clusters are very simply made yet taste amazing.
- 1 cup white chocolate chips
- 3/4 cup dried fruit, use what you have or like to eat!
- 3/4 cup desiccated coconut
- 2-3 drops food color
- 32 candy eyes
- heat a small pan of water over medium heat
- place a heat proof bowl on top of it
- melt the chips in the bowl, stir occasionally to help melt them
- line a baking sheet with parchment or foil
- once the chocolate is melted remove it from the heat
- add food color to get a nice green color
- add the fruit and most of the coconut
- stir to combine
- drop by spoonfuls on the baking pan, making 16 blobs, don' try for perfect they should look lumpy
- place eyes randmoly on the blobs and sprinkle with the leftover coconut