Shannon's StoryThese are easy to make and delicious! Also great for holiday gift giving.
*I use 16oz. each of dry roasted and unsalted peanuts so this doesn't get too salty. You can use other nuts if you like and make it your own.
white almond bark, broken into small pieces
bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
Janet got "Chocolate Covered Cherry Mice"TAKE THE QUIZ and find out what Halloween treat you are!
1Turn crockpot on high and add all ingredients. Cook for 45 minutes without peeking or stirring.
2Reduce heat to low and cook for an additional 1 1/2 hours stirring every 30 minutes.
3Drop teaspoons of chocolate onto waxed paper and allow to cool, aprox. 30 minutes. You can also spread this onto waxed paper or foil, allow to cool then break into pieces.
Cindy Lyons ashleypoohsmommy - Dec 21, 2009
This sounds so easy to make! Can't wait to try it.
Debbie Eubanks kwedje - Jan 1, 2010
It is easy and very good. The recipe I have is a little different. It calls for chocolate bark as well.
SHARON HUNTER HUNTERSBEST - Jan 30, 2010
This sounds like a great gift giving present for a birthday, holiday, a shower. So simple and ezy.
carolyn hanna irahanna - Aug 23, 2010
sounds like an easy way to make candy...cannot wait to try this!! YUM!!
Donna Brown gabbiegirl - Sep 5, 2010
Shannon, can this be made in a slow cooker, which typically cooks a little faster than a crockpot, or does it strickly need to be done in a crockpot? Thanks!