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**Slow Cooker Chocolate Peanut Clusters

Slow Cooker Chocolate Peanut Clusters

  • Cooking Time:

    2 — 2 1/2 hours
  • Servings:

    84 servings

Ingredients

16 oz. dry roast­ed peanuts, salt­ed
16 oz. dry roast­ed peanuts, unsalt­ed
2 c. milk choco­late chips
2 c. peanut but­ter chips
6 c. white bak­ing chips
3 c. 60% cacao bit­ter­sweet choco­late bak­ing chips
Wax paper

Every­one loves choco­late and peanuts!  The two are com­bined for an easy yet delec­table hol­i­day treat in this recipe for Slow Cook­er Choco­late Peanut Clus­ters.  I love mak­ing these can­dies as a thought­ful, yet eco­nom­i­cal hol­i­day gift.

  1. Com­bine peanuts in a 5-qt. slow cook­er.
  2. Lay­er with the remain­ing ingre­di­ents. (do not stir)
  3. Cov­er and Cook on Low for 2 hours or until chips are melt­ed.
  4. Stir to com­bine.
  5. Using a cook­ie scoop, drop choco­late in bite sizes on wax paper.
  6. Let stand until set.
  7. Store in an air­tight con­tain­er at room tem­per­a­ture.

NOTE: I would make them a lit­tle small­er than what are pic­tured, they were a bit big!

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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As luck would have it I guess can­dy corn is a sea­son­al thing since ai dont nor­mal­ly eat it ai nev­er paid atten­tion, well I found in the bulk sec­tion at Win­co red and green can­dyu corn. When I melt­ed it it became choco­late so it seemed to taste the same guess I will know when teh final project is fin­ished and yes I agree about the messy part of dip­ping these thing so the bark seems great get­ting ready to go fin­ish it!

Kerri
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Kerri

oops this was sup­posed to be for the but­terfin­ger bark com­ment! What a dodo head!

Tricia
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Tricia

Would it be pos­si­ble to cut back on some of the bags of chips? Thanks

Kristina
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Kristina

I have this going in my slow cook­er right now. Very excit­ed to see how it turns out!

Tre
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Tre

This was HORRIBLE! All I end­ed up with was burnt peanuts & choco­late, a HUGE mess, and a waste of $20. I rec­om­mend pulling this off your web­site or adding an update on what you are doing that kept all that from hap­pen­ing.

Bev Marsh
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Bev Marsh

I also tried this today. A very expen­sive flop! My less than 6 month old crock pot burnt the peanuts along one side. The choc. in the cen­ter did not melt. It was not cooked longer than sug­gest­ed and was done on low. Maybe the prob­lem was with the crock pot, Maybe it does not work with the oval ones, only the tall round style! Too expen­sive to try again

Susann
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Susann

AWESOME. Every­body LOVED them. Will be mak­ing them for Christ­mas Gifts and through­out the year. THANK U SOOOOOOOOO MUCH.

Ashley
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Ashley

Turned out hor­ri­ble!!!! very expen­sive flop! Im now hav­ing to search for some­thing that might help save some of it. Choco­late and peanuts burned along the side!!

Heather K
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Heather K

Just made these and yum­m­mm. I used a 4qt round crock that is about 20 years old. Worked great. Noth­ing burned. Thanks for the recipe these will be per­fect to add on with our year­ly fudge and tof­fee and I can’t believe how easy they are.

Michelle
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Michelle

I have made can­dy like this in a 3 quart crock pot and it is per­fect. Some may be putting this mix­ture in a large crock­pot. Too much sur­face area would be exposed to the heat and it may burn. The choco­late only needs to melt. If you are using a large crock­pot, you might need to decrease the time.

Zina
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Zina

Just fin­ished mak­ing it and it appears to have come out great but so much of it. I wish I would have cut into half. Plan on freez­ing some for lat­er.

Katie Williams
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Katie Williams

I make these all the time and always suc­cess. Thank­ful­ly every­body loves them and there is enough for shar­ing!.

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Jenn is the founder of Get­Crocked, the #1 resource for slow cook­ing with over 1.5 mil­lion online fol­low­ers. She inno­vates recipes dai­ly with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cook­er.

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a week­ly “Mom Mon­day” seg­ment on ABC-15 in Phoenix.

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