Homemade Peanut Clusters

December 22, 2017
Good Morning Friends, just a quick little pop in to your homes to wish you a very Merry Christmas and share a positively wonderful, easy recipe for Homemade Peanut Clusters. This is another one of those no fail recipes that I just love to share with you!

Finding yourself short on time and need a quick hostess gift, a present for a neighbor or just to share with family and friends this recipe is for you!

My Instagram friend Elf Mom kindly shared this crockpot candy recipe with me and now I am passing it on to you! Yay!

Peanut Clusters

The ingredients are all found in the baking section of your grocery and the prep time is minimal. So grab your large crockpot and let's get to business making candy!



  • 1 16 ounce jar salted peanuts
  • 1 16 ounce jar unsalted peanuts
  • 1 12 ounce bag milk chocolate chips
  • 1 12 ounce bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 2 12 ounce bags peanut butter chips
  • 2 lbs almond bark ( I used chocolate flavored)


Pour everything into a LARGE crockpot in the order listed. (Break up the almond bark and just lay it on the top)

Turn crockpot on low for 1 hour.

Open crockpot and stir.

Replace lid and heat on low 30 minutes to 1 hour and stir again.

Dip into small cupcake papers or just put spoonful's on wax paper.

Just make sure all of the ingredients are melted, but do not go past the all melted stage or chocolate will seize up.

Christmas Bags Filled With Candy

I hope you have an opportunity to try this candy, you will not be disappointed, I promise!


Wishing you and yours a blessed and beautiful Christmas with love!

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  1. My good wishes to you and yours this Christmas Season.

    All the best Jan

  2. Hello Jemma! I finally made it over to your new blog and I hope I can find how to subscribe! Your new page is beautiful. I just put up a post after many months of not posting. Wishing you a fabulous family time during this sacred holiday! Anita

  3. Great little recipe Jemma. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and bright New Year. Xo

  4. These look amazing, Jemma! I love crock pot recipes that you can just put in and walk away! I hope you and your family had a very Merry Christmas, my friend. :)

  5. These look really delish. Too late for Christmas -- but Valentine's Day is just around the corner!

    I hope your Christmas was filled with great amounts of merry and bright! Loads of hugs, my creative friend!

  6. It doesn't get much simpler than that and your Christmas candy bags are so cute. Hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas holiday.

  7. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Jemma! I'm all done with candy and cookies for now. Back to my healthy eating!

  8. Hope it was a fabulous Christmas! And crock pot candy looks yummy!!

  9. Oh, these look so Yummy, Jemma. When I go to See's candies, peanut clusters is always my choice of candy. Who wouldn't love getting a Christmas bag filled with this candy? And your bags are so festive. This picture of you and the girls is very nice.

    Happy New Year, Jemma! I hope it is filled with so much joy for you. Although I'm taking a break, I will still visit your wonderful blog and comment, and I hope you come by when the girls post and say hello too. I'm not sure how often it will be, as Jess will be so busy with the baby and Nel with work, but I hope it's at least every couple of weeks haha.

    love to you, my blog sister.


  10. I bet this recipe is super delicious. I can't wait to try it myself! Thanks for sharing the details =)

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