You’ve probably seen many holiday recipes on Pinterest or YouTube, but the best holiday recipes are the ones that are made in the crock pot, in the slow cooker. Crockpot cooking is easy to do, requires very little effort, and is great for making Christmas food in no time. Here’s a recipe that’s perfect for Christmas Candy in the crock pot.
Crockpot Christmas Crack is a tasty and easy dish that you can make in the slow cooker at any time of the year. It is a sweet and decadent dessert that is sweet and delicious and also very easy and quick to make. This is a good recipe for those who like traditional desserts and for those for whom cooking Thanksgiving is not an option.
I like to make life easier during the holiday season. One way I do this is by preparing foods that I know are simple. I like it even better when a recipe can be baked in the crockpot, Instant Pot, or air fryer instead of baking. I’ve made a lot of Christmas candy recipes, and Crock-Pot Christmas Crack is one of our favourites! The holiday candy recipe we are making is one of our favourites since we have made so many different types.
How To Make CrockPot Christmas Crack
This is a recipe for Crock-Pot Christmas Crack, which is a crockpot version of the popular holiday candy. It’s easy to make and only requires three ingredients: sugar, butter, and light corn syrup. The key ingredient that sets it apart from regular old peanut brittle is the addition of saltine crackers. This gives it an extra layer of flavour that pairs nicely with all sorts of desserts. I hope you enjoy this traditional Christmas treat!
- Unsalted peanuts, 1 jar (16 oz)
- Salted peanuts, 1 jar (16 oz)
- Chocolate chips (semi-sweet), 1 bag (12 oz)
- Milk chocolate chips, 1 bag (12 oz)
- Peanut butter chips, 2 bags (10 oz)
- white almond bark or vanilla candy coating, 2 packages (1 pound)
In a large crockpot, layer all ingredients (starting with the peanuts).
Put the pot on low, cover with a lid, and let it sit for two hours.
Taking off the lid, stir to combine. Put the lid back on and let sit for 30 minutes more.
Once again, stir the mixture and then spoon it out onto wax paper or nonstick aluminium foil. Leave for an hour to harden.
CrockPot Christmas Crack
Cuisine type: Dessert
Servings: 16 Servings
Preparation time: 10 Minutes
Cooking time: 3 Hours
Total time: 3 Hours 10 Minutes
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