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Thursday, November 10, 2022

Crockpot Christmas Peanut Clusters

The easiest Christmas candy you'll ever make!
The crockpot does most of the work - these are always a hit during the holidays and freeze well too.

Collage of Christmas peanut clusters, ingredients in crockpot and hand holding finished candy with sprinkles.

We are in full-on holiday mode over here!

Like most, I absolutely love this time over year, starting right after Halloween until the New Year. All the lights, special music, fun food, parties, concerts, family traditions and more. I'm here for all of it! Not to mention, cozy time at home in my jammies with a Christmas movie on in the background.

Let's be honest, THAT'S my favorite.

And like any good food blogger I've been working on holiday food long before this time of year hit. So many of you are loving my Sheet Pan Turkey Dinner that I showcased a few weeks back, thank you! It's a great one to pass on to friends and family who are hosting a smaller feast.

All peanut cluster ingredients layered in a crockpot.

One of the first holiday sweet treats I wanted to share this year are these Crockpot Christmas Peanut Clusters. I've made them so many times over the years, but I've never shared them! They are incredibly easy and the crockpot does half of the work.

Plus, they freeze beautifully! So they are a treat you can make now, tuck them away in the freezer and pull out when you need them later in December.

And did you see my new 9x13 crockpot? I AM TOTALLY IN LOVE. I've talked about it so much in my Instagram stories, that I'm sure people are sick of me. You can buy your own HERE. It not only worked great for this holiday candy, it also works great for casseroles and side dishes. Just last night I made my Baked White Spaghetti in it!

But really, any old crockpot will do.

Close up of peanut clusters with sprinkles drying on parchment paper.

After a mix of ingredients and a little bit of melting, these clusters come together really quick. All you need is some parchment paper (for easy clean up), a spoon and some Christmas sprinkles!

This batch makes 36 peanut clusters. The combo of salty peanuts and smooth chocolate and peanut butter really make for the best holiday treat.

You do know my page is called sweet and savory, right? So I had to make another holiday treat that honors both.

Plated peanut clusters on a white plate and wooden cutting board with jar of sprinkles.

Over the years you all have loved some of my special Christmas goodies. Here are a few that have become wildly popular.

Tower of peanut clusters on a white dinner plate.

Who is ready to make these and get a batch in the freezer?

I always try and do stuff ahead of time (when given the chance), as we all know how crazy the holiday shuffle can be. Peanut Clusters are a classic. If you put them on a cookie tray I would say not one adult will pass them by. They are a bit nostalgic, don't you think?

I left a few on a tray when the kids came home from school - and well, they were devoured quickly after a bit of confusion as to why I was making holiday candy just after Halloween.

But they are used to their Mother's antics.

Collage of Christmas peanut clusters, ingredients in crockpot and hand holding finished candy with sprinkles.

Grab the ingredients now so you can make these this December! They are all pantry staples so no need to worry about them going bad. And of course Christmas sprinkles are all over grocery store shelves right now, so no need hunting those down.

After you make these, please leave a star rating below so other readers can know just how easy using the crockpot for this candy is!

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