2 Ingredient Chocolate Coconut Candy Clusters: just 5 mins of prep for coconut chocolate clusters packed with chewy coconut flakes. The easiest chocolate coconut candy!
Raise your hand if you like chocolate and coconut together. Any takers? 😉 Way before I saw the light, I wasn’t the biggest fan of coconut. It took basically decades for my mom, the Resident Coconut Advisor/Advocate to convince me otherwise.
Today’s chocolate coconut candy clusters are made for Top Lovers of Coconut, Coconut Mediums (that sounds kind of magical doesn’t it?), and Coconut Skeptics alike. 😉
With just 2 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep, you can invest very little time and effort to try
the easiest chocolate coconut clusters—and see what end of the spectrum you’re on for Coconut Love.
Ready to prove my mom so right? Let’s make candy!
How to Make Coconut Chocolate Candy Clusters
Line a baking sheet with wax paper or parchment paper. You can even use a plate (but I prefer a sheet so the clusters aren’t lopsided.)
Melt the chocolate your favorite way: with a double-boiler or in the microwave.
Now, add in your [favorite coconut chips] or shreds. Fold the melted chocolate and coconut together until everything is well mixed.
Using a small cookie scoop, scoop and drop dollops of coconut chocolate mixture onto the sheet (or plate) you prepared earlier.
Place the sheet into the freezer and chill the coconut clusters until firm. Enjoy the best coconut chocolate candy clusters!
Tips for the Best Chocolate Coconut Candy Clusters
- Use your favorite chocolate chips
With just 2 ingredients, today’s chocolate coconut clusters are so simple & easy. That also means that you can really taste the flavor of each ingredient. So make sure to use your faves! Here are mine: for vegan chocolate chips, for sugar-free, keto chocolate chips, and for allergy-friendly chocolate chips.
- Use a small cookie scoop
As much as I’d love to make the biggest desserts on the block, I find that a small cookie scoop such as this one makes for the perfect-sized coconut chocolate candy cluster—each one is dense and packed with chocolate coconut goodness. Bonus: this scoop makes the entire candy-making process so much easier and faster.
- Don’t overthink it.
These chocolate coconut clusters are meant to be quick ‘n easy, with no fuss. Simply melt together your favorite chocolate & coconut flakes or shreds, then scoop and chill it. After your first round, feel free to play around with different add-ins—you’ll soon be making your favorite custom chocolate candy clusters! Just remember to have fun. 😉
- Use your favorite kind of dried coconut
I absolutely love using raw coconut chips in my coconut chocolate candy because those coconut chips are large, chewy and delish. You might not be into that. You might like small coconut shreds that look like falling snow and coat yummy snowballs. Or, you could be a long coconut flakes-type of person. Embrace what you love!
2 Ingredient Coconut Chocolate Candy Bliss
- Chocolate Chips
- Coconut Chips, Shreds or Flakes (these raw coconut chips are amazing)
Just 5 mins of prep and 2 ingredients for the easiest, most delicious coconut chocolate candy clusters!
>>Related: 3 Ingredient Homemade Crunch Bars (Gluten Free) | Peanut Butter Crunch Bars | Vegan Hershey Kisses
Top Coconut Lover or Coconut Medium? 😉 I simply cannot wait to hear what you and you loved ones think of today’s coconut candy recipe. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing in these candy-making adventures with me. ‘Til the next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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More Coconut Recipes
- 5 Ingredient Coconut Chocolate Bars (or try the keto version: Keto Coconut Chocolate Bars)
- 2 Ingredient Pineapple Coconut Sorbet
- 4 Ingredient Chewy Coconut Cookies (chewy ‘n moist coconut delights with mouthwatering crispy edges)
- 4 Ingredient Coconut Macaroons
- Coconut Milk Ice Cream (rich ‘n creamy with deeply satisfying coconut flavor)
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