Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters
Got candy? Well if you have a slow cooker and candy cups you can make Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters.
Yeah, it’s that time of year and this has got to be the easiest candy I’ve ever made. PLUS, there’s enough for family, friends, gifts, and parties…it makes a ton!
Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters
Well if you’ve have some of these candy cups….
peanuts, chocolate and almond bark and a slow cooker…
in just a little over 3 hours…
you can make close to 100 of these little babies while you wrap presents, bake, cook, and clean for company!
Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters are a special treat for Santa’s tray along with all your Christmas guests that will be stopping by.
Trust me, you will be making these for New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, and every other special occasion coming your way. It’s a perfectly sized blend of sweet and salty, crunchy, smooth chocolate.
Crockpot Peanut Clusters
Nothing could be easier than making candy in a crockpot. It's delicious and fun to share with friends and family at parties or in goodie gifts.
Serves: approximately 90-95 candies
- 2 pounds (36 ounces) salted dry-roasted peanuts
- 4 ounces (4 squares) German's Sweet Chocolate
- 1 (12 ounce) package semisweet chocolate chips (about 2 cups)
- 2-1/2 pounds white almond bark
- 1-1/2" candy cups
- Put the peanuts in the bottom of a 4-quart slow-cooker.
- Layer the chocolate over the peanuts, beginning with the sweet chocolate, followed by the chocolate chips, then add the almond bark.
- Set the temperature on low and cook for 3 hours. Do not stir the mixture.
- After 3 hours, stir the mixture with a wooden spoon until smooth.
- Drop the candy in 1-1/2" candy cups.
- Allow the candy to cool completely.
I found this recipe in Redbook Magazine and it was shared by Tricia Yearwood.
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Oh my goodness, but that looks good!
Well now, isn’t this a lovely sight to wake up too! I could do a few of these for breakfast, right? Oh, but I would have had to get them on before bed.
They do look delicious and so pretty in the little red papers.
Sending very Merry Christmas wishes to you and thanking you for all of your wonderful posts and for being a SWEET blogging Friend!
Renee, this looks so easy and yummy, I must try them, thanks for sharing.
Wishing you and your dear family a most blessed and joyous Christmas.
Oh my goodness!
What a great looking bunch of crunchy snacks.
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!!!!
Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe..just what I needed! Have a warm and wonderful Merry CHRISTmas! ;D
Sounds yummy! There haven’t been any chocolate chips in the grocery stores here for a couple of months. And I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be able to find almond bark. A friend gifted us with homemade toffee today so I am having that with some jasmine green tea. Delish! Happy holidays to you and yours, Tammy
Love your blog title! I, too, love to sing, and I have birds. So cute. Love the chocolate crockpot recipe.
How easy and delicious! I can think of some interesting variations already. Thanks for the recipe and have a very, Merry Christmas, Gnee!
So simple and I love that you used the Crock-Pot to melt your chocolate!
HI! These look delicious! Sending Christmas wishes to you and yours. Hope you have a wonderful holiday. We’re headed north and then south starting tomorrow. HUGS and Merry Christmas!
Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I love peanut brittle and I love crock pots….so perfect combination!
What a clever idea! I agree, the sweet/salty combination just works doesn’t it? And to have it slowly melting while you are doing other things is pure genius! Have a wonderful family filled Christmas!