Crockpot Christmas Crack


2 jar peanuts, 1 salted and 1 unsalted 16 oz each

2 bag peanut butter chips, 10 oz each

1 bag semi-sweet chocolate chips, 12 oz

2 package white almond bark or vanilla candy coating, 1 lb. each

1 bag milk chocolate chips, 12 oz


-The cooking time does depend on the type of crock pot that you’ve got. Sometimes, you can have the chocolate melt within an hour, sometimes a bit longer. You should make sure that, once it’s melted, keep an eye, opening it to stir it so that it doesn’t scorch.

-Put the peanuts on the bottom

-Take the bark, break this off into chunks, and put it on the very top as the final layer

-Try to have the ingredients go in there in the order that they’re listed

-Put it into the crock pot, and then, let this sit for an hour until it’s melted

-Once melted, stir and then combine all of this together.

-Put the lid back on, and let it sit there for another 30 minutes.

-Stir this once more. once it looks like everything’s properly mixed and the chocolate is melted, but not scorched, put it on some nonstick aluminum foil

-Let this sit at room temperature, or put it in the fridge for about an hour.

-Once this is done, you can from there, put it onto a serving tray, or wherever you want to put it.

-If they are’ fully hardened yet for whatever reason, take them and put them in the fridge for a few minutes. Make sure that they’re not on top of each other so that they don’t stick together. Once they’re done, put them onto a serving plate and serve them immediately, showing everyone these amazing treats that you wont’ be able to get enough of the moment you get a taste.