Judy Martin Recipe

Crock Pot Candy

By Judy Martin hillcrestchurchcook


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Serves:
makes over 100 pieces
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Cook Time:
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My best friend sent me some of this wonderful chocolate candy that reminded me of a Mr. Goodbar candy bar and I just had to have the recipe. I keep some made all the time now. It is my favorite snack! Thank you, Henri, for the recipe!

Ingredients

1 pkg
chocolate bark candy coating
1 pkg
vanilla bark candy coating
1
bar german sweet chocolate bar
12 oz
milk chocolate chips
1
jar planter's dry roasted lightly salted peanuts
1
jar planter's dry roasted no salt peanuts

Directions Step-By-Step

1
In crock pot on low heat add in this order: the chocolate bark candy coating, the vanilla bark candy coating, the German sweet chocolate bar, the 12 ounce bag of milk chocolate chips. Heat, covered for one hour.
2
At the end of an hour, stir the candies together. Add the jars of peanuts and stir. Cover for another hour.
3
At the end of the second hour, stir well.
4
Spread wax paper or parchment paper over counter top. Drop teaspoons of hot candy mixture onto paper and allow to cool for an hour or more. With a spatula lift each piece of candy off the paper. When solid and firm, place in air tight container. Keeps in or out of refrigerator.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtags: #crunchy, #peanutty

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17 Comments

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Sue D. ifonly545
Nov 27, 2014
Has any one use cashews in this recipe?
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Jax Ziegler jaxtam
Nov 16, 2014
Use the whole bar of German Chocolate, it is located near the Bakers chocolate on the baking aisle with the cocoa and chocolate chips. It has a brown and green wrapper I think.
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Virginia Stenka Virginia_Stenka
Nov 15, 2014
What size German chocolate bar .is this a candy bar?
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Kay Skipper Kay112
Dec 6, 2012
Double the recipe? Wow! Guess I will have to double up on my exercising too, huh? Merry Christmas and thanks again.
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Judy Martin hillcrestchurchcook
Dec 5, 2012
Kay, you might as well buy double the ingredients! This is great for teachers' presents, to use in goodie boxes, and to share with your friends. It makes at least 100 pieces per batch, but when you start eating it, you will want to make more! It is just too good not to share!!