Crockpot Candy is a must make for the holiday season! It’s like chocolate covered peanuts but better! Only 4 ingredients and made completely in the slow cooker. It makes a ton so it is perfect for cookie tins or holiday parties!
This is my ultimate, most favorite recipe ever.
If I had to pick a signature recipe, this would be it.
And it’s not even mine.
My bestie Megan and her mom gave me this recipe years and years ago.
They make it every Christmas and every Christmas I would beg her to bring me some. I honestly had no idea it was so easy until she showed up at my house with all the ingredients on year and threw it all in the slow cooker.
How to Make Crockpot Candy
It’s just 4 ingredients, the slow cooker does everything for you.
It is seriously addictive and starting in about July of every year, I start saying “Omg I can’t wait for crockpot candy” to everyone in my life.
It’s just white almond bark, a German chocolate, and semisweet chocolate chips. That all gets melted in the crockpot and coats the peanuts so that when you drop them onto wax paper, you get perfect peanut clusters!
The recipe only calls for peanuts but I’ve been known to do half peanuts and half pecans when I feel like being fancy.
Also, I halved the batch and got a ton (as you can see from the picture below) so if you make a full batch, be ready to eat a lot of peanuts!
More Crockpot Dessert Recipes
Crockpot Crunchy Drop Cookies – Cap’n Crunch, Rice Krispies, and marshmallows coated in a peanut butter white chocolate! This is another one I do for the holidays.
Slow Cooker Almond Joy Chocolate Clusters – like the classic Crockpot Candy but with an almond and coconut twist. These taste so much like an Almond Joy!
Crockpot Caramel Apple Crumble – cinnamon apples topped with a crumbly oat mixture – and it’s made in the crockpot so it is super simple!
- 2 pound white almond bark
- 4 ounces German chocolate bar
- 12 ounce bag semisweet chocolate chips
- 24 ounces dry roasted peanuts
Add all ingredients to slow cooker. Let cook on low for 1 hour without messing with it. After an hour, stir to combine everything. Allow to cook for another hour, stirring every 15 minutes.
Drop spoonfuls of the candy onto wax paper and allow to cool completely.
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