Regina Lucky Recipe

CROCK POT CANDY

By Regina Lucky toomanycookbooks


THIS IS A RECIPE I GOT OFF OF FACEBOOK THAT SOME WEB SITE POSTED. I MADE THE CANDY AND FOUND IT TO BE VERY EASY TO DO AND VERY GOOD. IT DOES MAKE A LOT OF CANDY. I WAS SURPRISED HOW EASY IT WAS, DIDN'T HAVE TO WATCH THE CHOCOLATE SO IT DOESN'T BURN, JUST DUMP IT ALL IN A CROCK POT, WAIT THE TIME, STIR, THEN SCOOP INTO PIECES OF CANDY. I HOPE EVERYONE TRIES THIS CANDY, I AM SURE YOU WILL REALLY ENJOY IT. I USED UNSALTED DRY ROASTED PEANUTS, BUT I AM SURE YOU CAN USE WHAT EVER KIND OF NUTS YOU LIKE. YOU COULD PROBABLY USE MIXED NUTS, DRY FRUIT, WHAT EVER YOU WOULD LIKE.


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A LOT OF PIECES OF CANDY. I GOT 105
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Cooking Method:
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Ingredients

32 oz
dry salted peanuts
12 oz
semi-sweet chocolate chips
4 oz
sweet german chocolate
32 oz
white chocolate
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
IN CROCK POT, I ADDED PEANUTS, SEMI CHOCOLATE CHIPS, GERMAN CHOCOLATE, (CUT INTO PIECES), THEN THE WHITE CHOCOLATE.
2
PUT LID ON CROCK POT, SET ON LOW, AND LET COOK FOR 1 1/2 TO 2 HRS. DO NOT OPEN LID. AT END OF TIME, STIR AND SCOOP OUT GLOBS OF GOODNESS.
3
PUT CANDY ON PARCHMENT PAPER, OR SILPAD. I USED PIECES OF WAX PAPER ON COOKIES SHEETS. LET SIT TILL CHOCOLATE SETS. STORE IN AIR TIGHTS CONTAINER.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: American
Hashtag: #great for gifts
  • Comments

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  • user
    Diana Poole DianaNC - Dec 10, 2013
    Did you use paper towels uder the lid to keep moisture frome dripping into chocolate (to prevent seizing?)
  • user
    Regina Lucky toomanycookbooks - Dec 10, 2013
    Hi Diana, no i didn't, the recipe never mentioned it so I didn't bother and it didn't create any problem. I don't it's really on low enough to create moisture.