Dark Chocolate Blueberry Clusters

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Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings 16 clusters

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These dark chocolate blueberry clusters are the answer to my continued search for healthier desserts that take the edge off my cravings for cupcakes, brownies, and pies.  They are everything I’ve been craving and more!

They’re simply made with fresh blueberries, rolled in a silky smooth melted dark chocolate and then topped with crushed pecans.

Keep them in the fridge for when your sweet tooth needs a little TLC.  If you’re a fan of these nature’s candy based little treats, you might also love these Chocolate Chili Pecan Clusters for a sweet tooth satisfier with a kick!


dark chocolate blueberry clusters

dark chocolate blueberry clusters

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dark chocolate blueberry clusters

Dark Chocolate Blueberry Clusters

By: Cassy
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Prep Time: 10 mins
Servings: 16 clusters


  • 1 cup Dark Chocolate Enjoy Life is a trustworthy brand
  • 2 cups Fresh Blueberries
  • ¼ cup Chopped Pecans


  • 1. Line a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper.

2. Melt the dark chocolate chips using one of two methods:

  • A. In a double boiler, carefully stir the chocolate chips until they’re completely smooth.
  • B. Heat the chocolate chips in a microwave-safe dish. Cook for 3 minutes at 50% power.
  • 3. Stir the blueberries into the melted dark chocolate.
  • 4. Using a soup-spoon (or something of a similar size), spoon clumps of the melted dark chocolate and  blueberries onto the parchment paper-lined baking sheet.
  • 5. Sprinkle each cluster with the pecans.
  • 6. Place in refrigerator for approximately 30 minutes to set.
  • 7. Plate and enjoy!
  • Note: Will keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for about one week.

Nutrition Information

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Dark Chocolate Blueberry Clusters
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% Daily Value*
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


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  1. eclecticlamb says

    eclecticlamb —  11/12/2012 At 12:21

    Wow! This looks amazing!

    • fedandfit says

      fedandfit —  11/12/2012 At 15:27

      Thank you!

  2. moveeatcreate says

    moveeatcreate —  11/12/2012 At 17:55

    This is a seriously brilliant recipe! Yum!

    • fedandfit says

      fedandfit —  11/12/2012 At 18:44

      Thank you!

  3. michelledvk says

    michelledvk —  11/16/2012 At 14:35

    I will totally be trying this.

  4. karishma says

    karishma —  07/09/2014 At 10:08

    Can’t wait to try these. Had been looking for a healthy option for those after meal cravings! They look divine.

    • Cassy says

      Cassy —  07/10/2014 At 15:38

      Awesome! I often make them, too, when I’m trying to break a sugary dessert addiction 🙂

  5. Martha Abadie says

    Martha Abadie —  11/23/2014 At 19:40

    I just made these, though I changed a few things. I used my own yard berries, which were frozen, and I added walnuts, as well as almonds. I’m trying not to eat them all. Thanks for this wonderful recipe. They never made it to the fridge to firm up. We are eating them “as is.”

    • Cassy says

      Cassy —  11/24/2014 At 17:14

      Yard berries?? Lucky you!! Sounds like your additions were delicious.