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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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Kerri
Kerri
8 years ago

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
Kerri
8 years ago

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

Tricia
Tricia
7 years ago

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

Kristina
Kristina
7 years ago

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

Tre
Tre
7 years ago

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
Bev Marsh
7 years ago

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

Bev Marsh
Bev Marsh
7 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

Considering it is less than 6 months old and CROCK POT Brand, yes they may be at fault but it cost me over $30 to make such a mess. I also was not the only one with a problem making these

Susann
Susann
7 years ago

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

Ashley
Ashley
7 years ago

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!!

Ashley
Ashley
7 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

I saved mine by putting batches into a double broiler and adding a little coconut oil. I left the burnt stuff in the crock!

Heather K
Heather K
7 years ago

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
Michelle
7 years ago

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
Zina
7 years ago

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
Katie Williams
6 years ago

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

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