Dec 18

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The Easiest Christmas Candy in the World

I decided to try a recipe I found perusing Pinterest the other day. We love to make candy and cookies at the holidays to give to our Sunday school teachers, neighbors and friends. This turned out to be the simplest candy recipe I have ever tried. It made a lot of candy and I basically layered peanuts, sweet German chocolate, chocolate chips and white almond bark in the slow cooker and left it alone on low for 3 hours.


After stirring and spooning into paper muffin cups, I let the candy harden. Voila, loads of chocolate candy that looks like it just came out of a confectionery shop window. The recipe made about 60 muffin cups full. If you want to try it, check out the recipe for Crockpot Chocolate Candy.

This post is part of a link up to a Virtual Cookie Exchange over at Treasuring Life’s Blessings


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  1. Jenn

    That looks amazing! Can’t beat salty & sweet! Thanks so much for linking up & participating. :) Have a great Christmas!

  2. Jennifer

    Jenn- I was excited to participate. Blessings to you and yours as well.

  3. Kat

    Visiting from Jenn’s cookie exchange…these candies look great! Never attempted making candy before…well besides choc covered pretzels, but that’s hardly candy. I’ll have to try these…thanks!

    1. David

      Thanks for stopping by. These turned out great and we loved them. Definitely a keeper recipe for me.

  4. Jenn

    Thanks for linking up again this year! ;)

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