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Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

Last post Dec 14, 2011 8:48 AM by lindachicken__Oklahoma . 8 replies.


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  • Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    ----and I just made it---and it is so good, and sets up really good.  The flavors blend together very well---Anyway, though I would share.

     
    Crock Pot Fudge
     
    1 jar (16oz) dry roasted unsalted peanuts
    1 jar (16oz) dry roasted salted peanuts
    1 pkg. (12 oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips
    1 bar (4 oz.) German Chocolate-broken into pieces
    3 #s or 2 planks White Bark-broken into pieces
     
    Put ingredients into a 4 or 5 quart crock pot in the order listed.  Cover and cook for 3 hours on low.
    DO NOT REMOVE LID DURING THIS TIME
     
    Turn of and cool slightly (I don't stir immediately)  Then stir to mix thoroughly and drop by teaspoonfuls on waxed paper.  Let cool thoroughly.  Approximately 170 pieces.
     
    This set up easily for me quickly--and it was a very humid day.  I tried one of these recipes something like this last year--and was not very satisfied with it.  But, this is a good, east one
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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    Sounds really good. Can you explain the last ingredient.

    Thanks

    Brenda

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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    I make this too, but as I'm usually in a hurry, I do it in a Pyrex bowl in the microwave in less than 5 minutes.  This is one candy I've never had to fail.  I have sent it to Iraq many times and it always arrives in A-One condition, as it holds up so well in shipping.  It does make a lot of candy!

    Carolyn

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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    This is a very good recipe and makes TONS of candy!!!

     

    Josie

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    I love my crockpot and think I will try this tomorrow!!

    Thank you for sharing your recipe

     

    cindy

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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    The version I have is slightly different:

    Crockpot Peanut Clusters

    1-16 oz jar (salted) dry roasted peanuts

    1-16 oz jar (unsalted) dry roasted peanuts

    1 Bar (sweet) German Chocolate - broken into pieces

    1-12 oz bag milk chocolate chips

    1-1/2 packs white almond bark(microwave until soft and runny)

    1-12 oz bag butterscotch chips

    1-12 oz bag Heath candy chips

    1-Large Hershey candy bar (broken into pieces)

     

    Use a large crock-pot and place items in pot in order they are listed. Cook on low heat for two (2) hours. DO NOT LIFT LID during cooking time. After two hours stir well and spoon by heaping teaspoons onto waxed paper on a cookie sheet. MAKES A LOT!!, so have at least three cookie sheets prepared. Cool completely. Store in tight containers.

    Source: LindaChicken

    I made it last year, and it's wonderful!

    Raejean

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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe
    First, this isn't fudge. It's chocolate peanut clusters. Very good clusters though. I'd increase the almond bark by one square to make them less likely to melt in your fingers. Also, the last ingredient line is "3 #" which should read three squares.
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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    Skylark123
    Also, the last ingredient line is "3 #" which should read three squares.

     

    I am glad you clarified that.  I was thinking 3 lbs (#).  :-)

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  • Re: Crock Pot Fudge----a really, good easy recipe

    I make this every year...drop from a spoon onto wax paper...a family favorite!


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