Raise Your Snack IQ: Dessert Clusters

In 1912, the first combination candy bar was invented, shaking up an industry of rectangular and smooth, sweet treats. A mix of marshmallow nougat, peanuts, caramel, and milk chocolate made for a textured mound – a cluster.

Be a Snack Genius by creating the gooey goodness of clusters with these bite-sized treats:

Pecan Pie Bites

Just 15 minutes of chopping, stirring, heating, and baking will produce the sweet comforts of pecan pie in miniature clusters that are perfect for sharing.

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Dark Chocolate Almond Clusters

Not all clusters are created equal, but most do have one thing in common: chocolate. Just a drizzle of dark chocolate turns each of these clusters into a finger-licking snack. Warning: Eating just one is nearly impossible.

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Chocolate Mixed Nuts Clusters

What made clusters special nearly a century ago was the variety. Chocolate bars were centered on one main ingredient, but clusters introduced equal amounts of multiple ingredients. The variety of nuts, cherries, chocolate, and Original Pretzel Crisps® in this recipe delivers a cluster with crunch.

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