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Easy To Make Kitchen Sink Candy Clusters With Marshmallows

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Chocolate candy is something that my family cannot get enough of. We always have it around the house to snack on… until we run out! That is a sad day. It’s a good thing that kitchen sink candy clusters are so easy to make. Basically use whatever ingredients you have around the kitchen (with some chocolate chips of course) and you can have a plentiful supply of delicious chocolate candy in under an hour!

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Easy To Make Kitchen Sink Candy Clusters With Marshmallows

Candy making doesn’t have to be difficult. Kitchen sink candy clusters are the popular and easy way to make a delicious treat. With this candy recipe you can make a large amount very quickly. Plus, you can try using lots of different ingredients to create lots of different flavors!

Everything But The Kitchen Sink

The phrase everything but the kitchen sink is perfect for this recipe and that’s why it’s called kitchen sink candy! With this candy recipe you throw in a variety of delicious items (everything but the kitchen sink) into a dish, add some melted chocolate on top and then you let it cool. So very easy to make!

This method is the easiest way to make chocolate candy bark. Also a great basic recipe for the different holidays. Ingredients can even be in colors and flavors that fit the various seasons. Think peppermint flavor and red and green colors for Christmas time or pastel colors for Easter and spring time. No matter what you choose will still be delicious and a hit for your family.

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Kitchen Sink Candy Clusters Recipe

This chocolate candy bark is so easy to make and so delicious!

Ingredients to make kitchen sink candy clusters:

1 cup of cocoa puffs cereal 

  • 1 cup of pretzel sticks
  • 1 cup of dry roasted peanuts
  • 2 cups of large marshmallows  (about 15)
  • 2 cups of chocolate chips
  • ½ teaspoon of crisco or coconut oil

kitchen sink candy clusters ingredients

Directions for making kitchen sink candy clusters:

Step 1: Line a baking dish with parchment paper.

Step 2: Layer pretzels, cocoa puffs and dry roasted peanuts in the baking dish.

mini pretzel sticks
trail mix

Step 3: Add large marshmallows.

trail mix marshmallows

Step 4: Melt chocolate chips and crisco over a double boiler. Stir frequently and when you can stir the chocolate smooth that’s when you will remove from heat. Quickly pour over the ingredients in the baking dish.

chocolate covered candy trail mix

You can toss the ingredients around if needed to coat evenly with chocolate.

Step 5: Refrigerate for about 45 minutes or until the chocolate is firm.

Step 6: Remove from the dish and cut into chunks.

chocolate marshmallow kitchen sink candy clusters

Store the kitchen sink candy clusters in a cool, dry place in an airtight container and enjoy!

Chocolate candy bark with everything but the kitchen sink!

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