Crock Pot Chocolate Peanut Clusters candy is a sweet and lightly salty delight! This easy candy recipe combines 3 different types of chocolate to make the best tasting chocolate peanut clusters! These slow cooker chocolate peanut clusters are the easiest candy recipe ever!

I have always loved chocolate covered peanuts! When I found out how easy they are to make, I started making them for my family on special occasions. During the Holidays, these Crock Pot Chocolate Peanut Clusters are one of the many homemade food gifts that we give to friends and neighbors.

We really enjoy the clusters vs the individual chocolate covered peanuts because you can eat them like a cookie. I like the flavor better, and there is more chocolate to peanut ratio!

2 lbs White Melting Chocolate (White Almond Bark or Candy Coating)
4 oz Sweet Baking Chocolate (such as German by Baker’s)
2 cups Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
16 oz Salted Dry Roasted Peanuts
8 oz Unsalted Dry Roasted Peanuts
8 oz Cocktail Peanuts
Line your kitchen counter with parchment, or 3 baking sheets with parchment (this recipe makes a lot!).

In a 5 qt or larger slow cooker, add the white melting chocolate, sweet baking chocolate, and semi sweet chocolate chips. Put the lid on and set to LOW for 1-2 hours, stirring occasionally (you will want to check it to make sure it is not burning).

When the chocolates are all soft and melted enough, stir to combine them.

Add all of the nuts to the crock pot and stir them in well. Put the lid on and switch to Warm, or turn off the slow cooker (but leave the crock in the housing to stay warm).

Use an ice cream scoop or a Tablespoon, depending on how large you want your peanut clusters, to scoop small mounds onto the parchment paper. After you have used all of the mixture, Rinse your crock with hot water.

The candies will take about an hour to really set. When they are set, transfer to an air tight container. These keep well for a week or so, and are wonderful to give as gifts!