Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters Easiest Recipe Ever

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Chocolate and peanut perfection make these Slow Cooker Peanut Clusters the ultimate holiday treat. Simple, tasty, and never wasted.  


– 2 pounds white melting chocolate – 12 ounce bag semi-sweet chocolate chips – 11.5 ounce bag milk chocolate chips – 2 pounds unsalted dry roasted peanut – 1 ½ teaspoons fine sea salt


A slow cooker with a capacity of either 6 or 8 quarts should be used to store the white melting chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and milk chocolate chips within it.  

Step 1

Put the slow cooker on low heat and let it stew for one to two hours. It is important to stir the chocolate approximately once every fifteen minutes to prevent it from burning.  

Step 2

Put parchment paper on the sheet trays and line them. It is important to keep a large quantity of them aside. Following the melting of the chocolate, 

Step 3

the peanuts and salt should be added. Stir the mixture to ensure that the peanuts are completely covered in the chocolate.  

Step 4

The first step is to place two tablespoon-sized dollops of the mixture onto the sheet trays that have been lined with paper.  

Step 5

Pressing them down to make them shorter makes them easier to bite into after hardening.  

Step 6

Continue making clusters without touching them until you use all the mixture. Setup should take three hours. Serve or store the mixture in wax or parchment paper-lined containers.

Step 7


-Calories: 220kcal -Carbohydrates: 17g -Protein: 5g -Fat: 16g -Saturated Fat: 6g -Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g -Monounsaturated Fat: 5g -Trans Fat: 0.004g -Cholesterol: 3mg -Sodium: 73mg -Potassium: 197mg -Fiber: 2g -Sugar: 14g -Vitamin A: 7IU -Vitamin C: 0.1mg -Calcium: 52mg -Iron: 1mg

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