Crock Pot Candy ("Mr. Bud Candy")
Donna Brown @gabbiegirl
Yummy candy from the crock pot? Doesn't get much better than that! It's never been easier to indulge your sweet tooth... and I couldn't be happier about it.
- 1 jar(s)
- (16 oz.) dry roasted, unsalted peanuts
- 1 jar(s)
- (16 oz.) dry roasted, salted peanuts
- 1 pkg
- (12 oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 4 oz
- sweetened german chocolate (green packaging), broken into pieces
- 3 lb
- (two 24 oz. pkgs.) white almond bark, broken into pieces [there are several different brands, you'll just have to use the brand found in your area. manufacturer's have lowered the ounces in some packaging, so use the equivlaent of 3 lbs.
- (some packages of almond bark may have candy coating on the package)
NOTE: This candy is made best by following the recipe to the letter. Make other variations and changes at your own risk, [for example, using pecans or almonds in place of peanuts; white chocolate chips instead of almond bark, etc.] as this is the voice of experience speaking. Please take into consideration that it may alter the quality of the finished product. Thank you and LOL!
**NOTE: There seems to be discrepencies in the terms crockpot and slow cooker. This recipe is for a crockpot which, when on low, will only melt the ingredients. A slow cooker will get hotter and start to cook the ingredients, thus resulting in an inferior product. Please be aware of what kind of appliance you have. It seems the older "crockpot" works best. There have been some who have burned their ingredients because their appliance is too hot. The makers and manufacturers of these appliances seem to interchange the description of their appliances calling slow cookers crockpots. It seems that Rival owns the name crockpot, therefore, others can't use the name crockpot, they are slow cookers. It's very confusing, but slow cookers, indeed, cook hotter, which could result in burning of this recipe. There are many discussions and explanations of this subject within the comments.