White Chocolate Crockpot Candy – easy 4 ingredient white chocolate peanut clusters! Made completely in the slow cooker. Perfect for holidays!
My most popular recipe I’ve ever shared is my Crockpot Candy recipe. It is also my personal favorite and I make it for every holiday. I think I made 7 batches this past holiday season.
So it’s about time that I made a White Chocolate Crockpot Candy!
I’m a white chocolate person so I almost prefer this version to the original. It is only 4 ingredients and made in the slow cooker. It’s just so easy!
Plus, you can change up the sprinkles you use for the holidays. How cute are they for Valentine’s Day with little heart sprinkles? It would also be cute around Halloween with black and orange spooky sprinkles on top. Or 4th of July red and blue star sprinkles?! Adorable.
How To Make White Chocolate Crockpot Candy
White Chocolate Crockpot Candy is so easy to make and there is very little hands on time.
- Combine white almond bark, white chocolate baking bar, and white chocolate chips in slow cooker
- Add peanuts
- Let cook for 1 hour without touching it
- After the hour, give it a good stir to combine everything
- Continue cooking for 1 more hour, stirring after every 15 minutes
- Drop by spoonfuls onto wax or parchment paper
- Top with sprinkles if desired
- Let set completely before serving or storing
What is Almond Bark?
The most common question I get is “What is almond bark?! Where do I find almond bark?!”
Okay, so, it’s technically not even called almond bark. It’s a candy coating that comes in both chocolate and vanilla but the package usually says “Make your own ALMOND BARK!” So pretty much everyone I know calls it almond bark.
There are no almonds or nuts of any kind in it. It’s just a chocolaty candy coating that melts quickly and easily and produces a really glossy, pretty candy. It also sets up very quicker than regular chocolate.
It’s available year round in pretty much every grocery store. I bought it at my small town tiny Target for this post so you should be able to find it anywhere.
It will be in the baking aisle and should be next to/above/below the chocolate chips. Around the holidays, a lot of grocery stores will also have a large baking display and almond bark will definitely be on it.
And if all else fails, you can always order it online!
My White Chocolate Crockpot Candy Isn’t Setting Up
I have had a couple readers mention that their crockpot candy takes awhile to set up. I’ve never had this problem. I have the opposite problem. Mine sets up so quickly that if I’m not adding sprinkles right away, it’s too late!
But, if you run into this problem, transfer the crockpot candy to the fridge for a few minutes and that should do the trick.
How Long Is Crockpot Candy Good For?
Crockpot Candy should be fine for 2 – 3 weeks. I always keep mine on the counter since we go through it quickly but if you need it to last longer, store it in the fridge. Just pull it out of the fridge an hour or so before serving so it’s not rock hard.
Can You Freeze Crockpot Candy?
Yes! If you have leftover white chocolate crockpot candy or need to make it ahead of time, freeze them in a ziploc bag, making sure to squeeze out as much air as possible.
Let thaw on the counter overnight before serving.
More White Chocolate Recipes
- White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge
- White Chocolate Orange Cookies
- Peanut Butter White Hot Chocolate
- Pistachio White Chocolate Pudding Cookies
- White Chocolate Raspberry S’mores
More Slow Cooker Dessert Recipes
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Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 238 Total Fat: 19g Saturated Fat: 4g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 14g Cholesterol: 2mg Sodium: 154mg Carbohydrates: 12g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 3g Sugar: 7g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 8g