Rich and popping with awesome flavor, these Dulce de Leche & Coconut Marshmallow Clusters are just what you've been looking for in a candy recipe!
Author Stacy Barr
Almond Bark4-5 squares or 12 ounces chocolate baking chips
½cupDulce de Leche
Melt your almond bark squares or chocolate baking chips. You can cover three clusters with one almond bark square, or one ounce of melting chocolate per square. Lay out a large sheet of parchment paper. Drop a half tablespoon of chocolate out onto the parchment paper, using the back of the spoon to swirl chocolate out flat into a circle that is one to two inches in diameter.
Before the chocolate circle goes cold and begins to set, drop 4-6 mini marshmallows onto the chocolate and lightly press down so that the bottoms of the mallows are set in the chocolate. Spoon dulce de leche over the marshmallows and add a pinch of coconut onto the top of the dulce de leche. Press coconut into the dulce.
Spoon melted chocolate over the top of the entire marshmallow, dulce de leche and coconut cluster, covering completely. Allow chocolate or almond bark to harden-- takes about 5 minutes. Peel clusters away from wax paper and enjoy!
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