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May 13, 2010



This was soooo good. I would have liked less peanuts but I just crushed them and then ate them. I have teeth problems. I am a Reese's fan so Mr. L is right. This was right up my alley.


OMG I am drooling looking at that!


Love chocolate and peanutty things. I must try this.


How great does this look? Pretty darned good I'd say :-). What a nice recipe. I shouldn't be surprised, even though I am late to find it. You have a wonderful blog. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary


why, trisha yearwood! i didn't know ya had it in ya! i have a new appreciation for her--this looks extraordinarily tasty. all that and garth brooks, too. what a life. :)


that looks so good! I love the idea of making candy in a crockpot!


OMG! I am so not making this. LAMO I would eat it ALL! YUMMMM.

The Duo Dishes

Salt, chocolate and nuts...put us down!

Victoria Fassano

I wonder how it would turn out with some broken up pretzel pieces added to it?

Mrs. L

Mom - I'll make some more soon!

Jan - And the photos aren't the best.

Makfan - Seriously, you must make this.

Mary - Thank you for the kind words

Grace - Yeah, I was surprised by how much of the cookbook I want to cook. And this was a perfect dish to start with.

Foodoe - Using the crockpot to make candy was why I tried this recipe. Sounded so novel and easy to boot!

Kathie - You just need to have strength to give some to friends and family.

Duo Dishes - Come on, you have to try to make this!

Victoria - Yum, pretzels would be awesome! (I'm thinking adding marshmallows at the last minute too).


This stuff was so, so, so good! I'm going to have to make some!

sour sweets

Chocolate has become such a favorite food universally, that people of most cultures around the world find this amazing coca bean simply irresistible.

Wilton Winrow

I always love eating and making my own recipes. One time I was invited by my friend to cook for her party in Miami. There, I introduced them to one of my latest masterpiece: a Crockpot Chocolate Candy. Everybody loved its sumptuous chocolate filled flavor. Later on, one of the guests found it difficult to remove the chocolate stain on her teeth and she didn't have a toothbrush at that time. Good thing I always bring along with me a box of teeth whitening strips so I had one shared to her.


I bought cocktail peanuts by mistake. It's in the crockpot now! I'm hoping my mistake doesn't matter!

Jo Ann Mischlich

I saw the same recipe that also added pecans and walnuts with the peanuts.
A great variety! Getting ready to hit the store for my holiday baking items.


Did not work for me. After 1 1/2 hours in cockpot it burned so bad I had to throw it away. Speanutz stuck to bottom of crockpot. Stunk my whole house up!


Just made this for the 3rd year in a row for Christmas......most is good but the bottom peanuts burned badly.......

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