Caramel Pecan Clusters
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
It's delicious, but be sure to use a greased baking sheet, like stated, or a silicone mat. I used wax paper that then fused with the melted caramel. Also, I used an XL Hershey's chocolate bar to get larger squares of chocolate, but it refuses to set and stays semi-melted at room temperature. I plan to try this recipe again with a silicone mat and another form of chocolate, like chocolate chips or Baker's chocolate. Overall, good idea for a recipe, but the ingredients are vague which lead to experimentation that I was not expecting when making a surprise treat to give my fiance for Valentine's Day.
These were so fun and easy to make with my daughter. They combine 3 of my favorite things. Make sure you use good quality caramels and chocolate so it melts well.
Fabulous Recipe! Made it just as written and loved it. Thanks.
SUPER easy recipe. Our caramel wouldn't melt properly so before placing them on the pecans I had to soften them in the microwave then flatten them on the turtle before putting in the oven. My family wouldn't stop eating them. Thanks for a recipe we will use every Christmas!!!
Awesome and so easy! It took longer to unwrap and arrange than bake and eat! I did clusters of 3 pecan halves and half of a square of caramel. After that melted, I put a hershey's kiss in the center of the caramel and melted that for 1 more minute. Then I pushed another pecan half down onto the kiss to flatten it. Yummy!
These are great and so easy. I made 24 with the milk chocolate and 24 with dark chocolate and can not keep these around
I make abut 24 of these at a time. I also use dark chocolate in place of the milk chocolate. So good!
I don't think 6 is enough I will double it to at least have 12 of them, too good to have only 6!!!
These sound so easy and so good.
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