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Chocolate Peanut Butter Clusters make one of my favorite no-bake chocolate candy recipes! With only four ingredients, these delicious treats are so simple to make!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Clusters Recipe
I don’t believe there is any combination more classic than my favorite pairing of chocolate and peanut butter. Combine that deliciousness with nuts in this simple no-bake recipe and you’ve got a winner!
These cutie pie little chocolate peanut butter nut clusters are so easy to make and are ready in minutes. They only have a few minutes of actual prep time, then they finish coming together with a short time in the refrigerator.
My sister and I used to make this chocolate candy all the time with Mama. I’m sure that our excitement and goofing around most likely added a few minutes to the whole process, but they are super quick to make any time the craving strikes. Or a bunch of teenagers come to your house. Or you need a snack to take to a gathering. Or just because!
How to Make
To make this no-bake treat, you will need just four ingredients:
- Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
- Milk Chocolate Chips
- Creamy Peanut Butter
- Roasted Peanuts, salted
You begin by prepping two non-stick baking sheets with parchment paper or waxed paper and set aside.
Aren’t these so easy? I’ve been making these for so long and made with Sam so much that he’s now a chocolate peanut butter cluster making pro and has it all under control!
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Here’s my super easy and delicious – and no bake – Chocolate Peanut Butter Clusters Recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Clusters Recipe
- 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 cup milk chocolate chips
- 3 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
- 2 cups roasted peanuts salted
- Line 2 rimmed baking sheets with parchment or waxed paper and set aside.
- Place chocolate chips and peanut butter into a large microwave-safe bowl.
- Microwave on high at 30 second intervals until chips and peanut butter have melted, stirring after each interval.
- Stir peanuts into melted chocolate/peanut butter mixture and mix well.
- Drop by teaspoonfuls onto the parchment or waxed paper. Place in refrigerator and cool for 30 minutes or until firm. Store in an airtight container.
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Nothing beats this classic combo! It is just too good!
I could eat these all day long!
Ya,,,me too,,,now waiting for the pecans,,,,then I’ll pass out..She’s killing me
Oh my goodness. I should even be allowed to look at peanut butter and chocolate recipes this early in the morning. They look delicious Robyn!
Goodness – I could just gobble all of them up right now!
Made these tonight to take to my kiddos Elementary school tomorrow for teacher conference meals. The parents always prepare dinner the 3 nights of conferences. I am in charge of a dessert for tomorrow. May have to whip up another batch in the morning early because tonight my family keeps sneaking in the fridge for one. They are delicious and easy. I plan to try with almonds & almond butter too!
Do they need to be stored in the fridge? Look awesome!
Depending on your climate, they may need to be. Here in Georgia in August, yes. Now in November, they are fine here not refrigerated.
When I click the link for the recipe, my browser goes to a website called babble, but there is no recipe. They look yummy. I’ll try again tomorrow on my computer. I’m clicking from my phone now. I jus wanted to let you know.
Can I just use ordinary chocolate bars chopped up?
Choc chips are quite an expensive item here
I’m sure you could just use chopped chocolate bars if they are more readily available to you. Hope you enjoy!
I do not see the amounts of each ingredient. Can they be posted? Thanks.
The amount for each ingredient is listed in the recipe under the heading “Ingredients”.
I made these today and they are delicious! And so easy! I added raisins to half the batch-wanted to see if they tasted like the old chunky bars. And they did. Question – sometimes people add a bit of a hot spice to chocolate- would you have any suggestions?
Yummy as is!
This sounds delicious with the added raisins. I haven’t tried that yet. Sometimes people add a little bit of cayenne pepper to their chocolate recipe if they want it spicy.
I’ve made these in the past from another recipe but had a hankering for them tonight so I found your site. They are so good! So easy to make! Would be great with nuts other than peanuts too!
Welcome to Add a Pinch, Cathy. I’m so glad you found my site and liked this recipe. I hope you find many more that you like. Thanks!
I love these, make them all the time. I mix up the recipe, using pecans or almonds but peanuts are a favorite!!!!
Thanks, Michael. I love to make these using different nuts, too.
I have not tried these recipes yet but have tried others. You are my go to person for easy recipes.
Thanks so much, Anna. I hope you love these peanut clusters.
Very easy recipe and so yummy! I was looking at a different recipe and their recipe was very complicated and didn’t even explain how to use the coconut oil. So happy I found you! 🙂
Thanks so much, Kelly. I’m so glad this recipe was so easy to follow and you loved the candy.