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White Chocolate Christmas Crockpot Candy

Experience the joy of this white chocolate Christmas crockpot candy—festive, effortless, and irresistibly delicious for a delightful holiday treat!

Christmas Crockpot Candy

Indulge in the festive spirit with this delectable crockpot candy recipe —a delightful blend of peppermint candy and rich, velvety chocolate that will definitely become a holiday favorite.

This easy-to-follow recipe takes the stress out of Christmas preparations, allowing you to effortlessly create a sweet treat that will have your friends and family reaching for more.

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Making homemade candy does not get much easier than this!  Create a huge batch of crockpot Christmas candy this holiday season – no candy thermometer needed.

Be sure to check out these peanut butter clusters or white trash candy too!

Christmas Crockpot Candy

Simply melt white chocolate using the low heat provided by your crockpot.  Slow cooker candy is perfect for bringing to a Christmas party or packing up in cellophane bags to give to friends and family.

My kids love the holidays more for the delicious holiday baking than anything else. They are always asking me when am I going to start creating their favorite treats?

Christmas Crockpot Candy

Honestly, this crockpot candy is one of those recipes that you could make year-round, but don’t tell them that! The kids call these Christmas crack because they are just that addicting.

Crockpot Candy Clusters:

Christmas Crockpot Candy Ingredients

Ingredients:

This easy recipe starts with a few simple ingredients from the grocery store.

  • White chocolate chips
  • Baker’s white chocolate (or Almond Bark)
  • Peppermint candy canes, crushed
Crushed candy canes in a freezer bag

Instructions:

1. Place the candy canes in a freezer bag and use a wooden spoon to crush them up.

Christmas Crockpot Candy Ingredients in a Crockpot

2. Add the chocolate bark, chocolate chips and candy canes (reserve 2 Tbsp) to the crockpot.

3. Set to cook on low for 1 hour, stirring at the half an hour mark.

Christmas Crockpot Candy in Pot Stirred

4. When the chocolate is completely melted, stir once again to coat the candy in chocolate.

Christmas Crockpot Candy Dropped on Parchment

5. Use a cookie scoop to drop the candy mixture onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet.

Christmas Crockpot Candy

6. Top the candy clusters with more crush candy cane sprinkles.

7. Move to the refrigerator to set for about an hour.

Christmas Crockpot Candy

Alternate ingredients:

  • ​Use your favorite peppermint candy instead of candy canes.
  • Semi sweet almond bark or chocolate chips can easily replace the white chocolate.
  • Use Christmas sprinkles in the place of the crushed candy canes for a whole new look.
  • Why not add mini marshmallows, toffee bits, rice krispies or pretzel pieces?
Christmas Crockpot Candy

Tips & tricks:

  • Store these chocolate peppermint drops in an airtight container for a week or two at room temperature.
  • They can also be placed in a freezer bag and frozen for months before eating.
  • Package them up in festive tupperware or clear cellophane bags to give as gifts throughout the season.
Christmas Crockpot Candy

With its perfect balance of textures and flavors, this easy crockpot candy is sure to become a cherished holiday tradition, bringing warmth and sweetness to your holiday parties. Enjoy the magic of the season with every scrumptious bite!

Christmas Crockpot Candy

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Christmas Crockpot Candy

White Chocolate Christmas Crockpot Candy

Yield: 24

Experience the joy of this white chocolate Christmas crockpot candy—festive, effortless, and irresistibly delicious for a delightful holiday treat!

Ingredients

  • 1 - 200g bag of white chocolate chips
  • 12 oz Bakers white chocolate or almond bark
  • 24 mini peppermint candy canes or 6 large candy canes, crushed

Instructions

1. Place the candy canes in a freezer bag and use a wooden spoon to crush them up.

2. Add the chocolate bark, chocolate chips and candy canes (reserve 2 Tbsp) to the crockpot.

3. Set to cook on low for 1 hour, stirring at the half an hour mark.

4. When the chocolate is completely melted, stir once again to coat the candy in chocolate.

5. Use a cookie scoop to drop the candy mixture onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet.

6. Top the candy clusters with more crush candy cane sprinkles.

7. Move to the refrigerator to set for about an hour.

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about heather

Hello, I’m Heather!

I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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