Chocolate Clusters

Chocolate clusters are an easy and delicious no bake treat, which you can adjust to your personal tastes. You can make it with your favourite chocolate and some cornflakes or jazz it up with nuts, dessicated coconut, dried fruits, candy pieces and sprinkles to make it a festive and indulgent treat.

This blogpost was updated on December 1st, 2022 with new photos and adjustments to the recipe.

To make these chocolate clusters you do not need very much. Some cornflakes (branflakes work too, but they will be harder) and chocolate. I added some almond slivers and white chocolate as decoration, but that is really optional. You could possibly add mini marshmallows or peanut butter chips (you can’t buy them where I live). You can buy something very similar here, but they are really overpriced.

They also make a lovely last minute gift, as you can make them in under one hour. What else can you make and wrap in under one hour? The following recipe will give you about one baking sheet of chocolate mountains. Choose whatever chocolate you like best, or make several different kinds. It is really up to you. Though I would not suggest making too many and keeping them at home. They won’t keep well around people, if you catch my drift.

Chocolate Clusters


  • 200 gr Chocolate (milk, white or dark chocolate)
  • 1 cup Cornflakes

Optional additions:

  • almond slivers
  • roasted nuts, chopped
  • mini marshmallows
  • peanut butter chips
  • caramel pieces
  • dried fruit (cranberries, blueberries,…)
  • sprinkle of sea salt
  • sprinkles
  • dessicated coconut


  1. Chop the chocolate or just break it apart.
  2. Melt the chocolate in the microwave on medium high in 20 secons intervals or in a bain marie.
  3. When the chocolate is melted add the cornflakes and optional add ins and give everything a stir. Make sure everything is coated on chocolate.
  4. Use two teaspoons to drop little clusters on a parchment paper.
  5. Leave them to harden on the counter.
  6. Optionally decorate them with some tempered white chocolate and leave that to harden as well.

Well, there you have an easy and delicious recipes for chocolate clusters. They are a lovely addition to your holiday treat platter or table and require no baking at all. I do not make them often because I like them too much. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this recipe and have a great day.

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