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Crockpot Chocolate Peanut Cluster Candies

Crockpot recipes are pretty much my favorite types of recipes. All you have to do is throw the ingredients together, set it, and forget it for a few hours. I’ve noticed lately a lot of crockpot recipes coming out had to do with desserts, and that just blows my mind!

chocolate peanut cluster candies recipe

I know that if you’re a big treat-maker for Christmas, you spend a ton of time in the kitchen putting together recipes and making large messes. Well, not with this recipe. This recipe ROCKS! It’s one step and less than 5 minutes of prep. Set it and forget it!

crockpost peanut cluster ingredients

Here’s what you need for this crockpot Peanut Cluster Candies recipe:

  • 2- 11 oz bags of Nestle Toll House Peanut Butter & Milk Chocolate Morsels
  • 1- 11 oz bag of Semi-Sweet Morsels
  • 1- 24 oz brick of vanilla almond bark
  • 1- 24 oz container of dry-roasted peanuts
  • 1- 24 oz container of cocktail peanuts

crockpot peanut clusters

Throw all ingredients into a crockpot, cover with a lid and place on the lowest setting for 2-3 hours. Once all the chocolates are melted, stir completely so all the peanuts are coated. Using a cookie scoop or large spoon, spoon out onto parchment or wax paper. Be sure to make a lot of counter space, as this recipe makes about 75-80 clusters. That is a lot, which makes for a perfect gift for lots of people!

peanut cluster candies

This is probably my favorite candy recipe to date.. It takes just like those famous crunchy chocolate and peanut candy bars.. I have to contain myself so I don’t eat them all. The perfect bite-sized treat!

Crockpot Chocolate Peanut Cluster Candies Recipe
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Recipe type: Candy
Serves: 75

  • 1 bag Nestle Semi-Sweet Morsels
  • 1 bag Nestle Peanut Butter/Chocolate Morsels
  • 1 24 oz brick Vanilla Almond Bark
  • 1 18 oz container dry roasted peanuts
  • 1 18 oz container cocktail peanuts

  1. Put your crockpot on the lowest setting and add all ingredients into it.
  2. Cook on low for 2-3 hours or until all chocolates are melted.
  3. Stir completely, making sure all chocolates are combined and the peanuts are completely coated.
  4. Using a cookie scoop or large spoon, scoop chocolate and peanuts onto wax or parchment paper.
  5. Allow to harden and store in a cool place.

What are your candy-making plans for Christmas this year? Let me know below! And if you need inspiration, here’s a link to Nestle’s Pinterest… it’s chock full of great ideas!

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Hey! Meet Vanessa

A foodie, crafty, homeschooling mom of 3, who loves her Happy Planner and all things Mid Century Modern!


A foodie, crafty, homeschooling mom of 3, who loves her Happy Planner and all things Mid Century Modern!

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