Chocolate Buttons

My favorite chocolate bar is the Cadbury Fruit and Nut Chocolate bar. It reminds me of childhood trips to Europe. So this past week, I was craving a fruit and nut chocolate bar, but didn’t know where to get one. So instead, I made little chocolate buttons with fruit and nuts in them. While you can’t go wrong with your fruit/nut choices, I used cranberries, raisins, almonds, and hazelnuts.


A new and improved version of the Cadbury Fruit and Nut Chocolate Bar.





* A bag of chocolate chips

* chopped up fruits and nuts (raisins, cranberries, apricots, cherries, hazelnuts, almonds, peanuts, pistachios, etc…)



* Using a double boiler (or a pot on top of a pot with boiling water), melt the chocolate.


Make shift double boiler to melt the chocolate without getting burnt.

Silky smooth.

Chop chop chop



* With a wax lined tray, use your spoon to create little discs / buttons of the melted chocolate.


Circles on paper.


* Then, sprinkle all the toppings on to the chocolate buttons.


Sprinkle the toppings.


* Freeze them for 10 minutes so they set! And then they are ready to eat. Store in the fridge.




I now want to buy apricots and more obscure dried fruit so I can make more of these cute little buttons.

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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  1. Cute! I never liked the fruit and nut Cadbury flavor, but respect.

  2. Yaaaassssss, love the Cadbury Fruit & Nut bar…rebids me of a bigger richer chunky…so may try this —good call adding the cranberries & hazelnuts…genius!
    Yr da bomb, Anika!

  3. Cadbury Fruit and Nut bars have always been a favorite of mine but so hard to find! I will definitely be recreating this.

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