Crockpot Crunchy Drop Cookies – Cap’n Crunch, Rice Krispies, and marshmallows coated in a peanut butter white chocolate! No bake and so simple! These are perfect for kids who want to help with Christmas cookies.
Okay first, I want you to know that I didn’t know what to call these so I asked my dear sweet precious boyfriend who suggested…
Of all the things he could have said.
We’re not going to call them that. Please don’t call them that.
Crockpot Crunchy Drop Cookies!
I love cookies like this. No fuss, no turning on the oven, and extra extra sweet.
These are actually really similar to my Almond Bark Drop Cookies that I’ve made for years and years.
Those have always been my go to whenever my kids have a holiday event that involves a cookie exchange because they can make them by themselves. And then they’re all proud and it’s adorable when they make sure to tell all 23 kids in their class that they made them ALL BY THEMSELVES.
And also means I don’t have to make cookies.
I wanted to make these Crockpot Crunchy Drop Cookies even easier so instead of melting the almond bark in the microwave and stirring it a million times, just throw it in the slow cooker for an hour. It melts perfectly.
From there, stir in your peanut butter. Pour that mixture over Cap’n Crunch, Rice Krispies, and marshmallows and then stir it (quickly so the marshmallows don’t melt compeltely) to make everything coated.
Drop by giant spoonfuls onto wax paper (or parchment if you are me and can’t seem to find wax paper anywhere…?) and let them set.
Almond bark sets up really quickly so they’ll be good to toss into some holiday tins within a couple hours.
- 2 pounds white almond bark roughly chopped
- 1 1/2 cups crunchy peanut butter
- 4 cups Cap'n Crunch cereal
- 4 cups Rice Krispies cereal
- 4 cups mini marshmallows
Put almond bark in a small crockpot and cook on low for 1 hour. Add peanut butter and stir until melted and combined.
In a large mixing bowl, combine cereals and marshmallows. Pour the almond bark mixture over top and stir until everything is well coated. Work quickly so the marshmallows don't melt competely.
Drop heaping tablespoonfuls onto wax paper. Let set completely.
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