Crockpot Peanut Clusters Recipe...oh my! Hello Yum! These Chocolate Peanut Clusters are so dang easy to make, and they make the house smell ah-mazing and taste so dang good. I love giving these as a great DIY holiday gift. You can package them up in a super cute box or bag with a ribbon and they make such an amazing gift.
Crockpot Peanut Clusters
This is one of those recipes you really want to lick the spoon each time you stir the chocolate. You may just want to set out a couple of spoons so you can enjoy a quick taste every 15 minutes as you stir the amazing chocolate 🙂
Trust me it smells ah-mazing!
John kept asking me when it was going to be ready because he could smell the chocolate. Such torment!
- White chocolate chips
- Semisweet chocolate chips
- German chocolate
- Roasted peanuts
If you love making homemade gifts during the holidays don't miss these other great recipes. I love sharing easy homemade gifts that share my love of cooking/baking with friends and family. Plus it is so nice to give a gift from the heart.
You just can't go wrong bringing someone a homemade gift! Plus the crockpot does almost all the work minus you will need to stir these often.
But like I said above that just gives you an excuse to lick the spoon and taste test them every ten to fifteen minutes. Make sure and change spoons each time we don't want to share germs along with the chocolate crockpot peanut clusters 🙂
Are you ready to make these delicious Chocolate Nut Clusters? Trust me they are so good! While they do take a bit of work with stirring the chocolate it is so worth it in the end!
How can you go wrong with homemade Crockpot Peanut Clusters! They are the perfect sweet treat!
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Crock Pot Chocolate Peanut Clusters
- 2 pounds white chocolate chips
- 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
- 4 oz sweet German chocolate
- 24 oz roasted peanuts
- Combine white chocolate, chocolate chips and German chocolate in the Crock Pot
- Cover and cook on high for 1 hour, reduce heat to low and cook for 1 hour longer until chocolate is melted
- Stir every 10-15 minutes
- Stir in peanuts, mix well
- Drop by spoonful onto waxed paper, let stand to set
Recipe originally shared on February 11, 2014. Updated October 2020