Yummy Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters

Hi friends,

Looking for a super easy sweet treat for the holidays? These Yummy Peanut Clusters are made in your slow cooker! All you do is dump everything in your slow cooker for a couple of hours and scoop them onto wax paper to cool.

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Yummy Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters

  • 16 oz jar salted peanuts
  • 16 oz jar honey roasted peanuts
  • 16 oz package chocolate bark
  • 16 oz package white chocolate bark
  • 11 oz bag butterscotch chips

Put all ingredients in your slow cooker, breaking up the chocolate and white chocolate bark into squares. Cover and cook on low 2-1/2 to 3 hours. When melted, stir well. Drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper and let cool.

Note: Don’t put the honey roasted peanuts in first – they may burn if they are directly on the surface of the slow cooker.

Another note: as this is melting, the chocolate bark squares may keep their shape even though they have become very soft. So check to see if they are melted and don’t just go by looks.

This makes a lot of candy! Perfect for putting in cellophane treat bags and tying with red and white bakers twine for gifting. And it also freezes well if you want to save some for later. 🙂

I hope you enjoy this candy – it’s kind of addicting 😉

Anita

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