Crockpot Christmas Crack is a chocolate Christmas sweet that you prepare in your slow cooker. Be warned: it’s quite irresistible!! This delicious delicacy mixes milk and white chocolate with salted peanuts for an added crunch. But there is a warning with this recipe! You should probably prepare a large batch since it won’t last very long.

This Christmas candy recipe made in a crockpot is my favorite dish since it allows me to set it and forget it, plus it only requires five ingredients. This is one of the simplest recipes for handmade candy that you’ll find, so try it out if you’re looking for a straightforward method. It is the perfect candy to bring to holiday parties, get-togethers with family and friends, bake sales, or simply to have on hand for those times when you need something sweet.

It always seems like a lot more work is piling up during the holidays. With everything going on this time of year, there isn’t much time for holiday baking. As a result, recipes that require less time are necessary and valued. Here’s where the magic of this recipe really happens! It’s one of the simplest Christmas candy recipes you’ll ever make, yet it’s quite popular


24-ounces of white chocolate almond bark; chopped into pieces.

12-ounces of semi-sweet chocolate chips.

12-ounces of chocolate bark.

Salted dry roasted peanuts; I used 5 cups.

Colorful sprinkles; for decorating.


1st Step

Spray the inside of the slow cooker or use a slow cooker liner to make cleaning simple.

2nd Step

Prepare two baking sheets by lining them with wax paper or Silpat liners and setting them aside.

3rd Step

Spread out the pieces of almond bark on the bottom of the slow cooker. Mix in some peanuts, white and dark chocolate bark, as well as chocolate chips.

4th Step

Cover the slow cooker, then turn the temperature down to low and let it cook for an hour. Take the top off and mix everything together so the peanuts are coated with chocolate.

5th Step

Put the cover back on the pot and keep heating it if there are still chocolate chunks that have not melted. Stir the mixture at regular 15-minute intervals until the chocolate has completely melted and can coat the peanuts.

6th Step

A heaping spoonful of the candy mixture should be placed on each of the baking sheets that have been prepared. A cookie scoop or two teaspoons may be used for this.

7th Step

Immediately sprinkle on the toppings, then put aside to cool fully and harden until the chocolate is firm. Keep in an airtight container.

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