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Easter Crockpot Candy

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I see why they call Easter Crockpot Candy crack. This candy is elevated peanut clusters. White chocolate, peanuts, M&Ms, marshmallows and sprinkles. Once you start, it takes power to stop!

A tray full of Easter Crockpot Candy.

My daughter could not stop eating these. There has to be something in candy, the chocolate, sugar, I don’t know that makes this sort of stuff addicting. She just couldn’t get enough. Crazy.

So, I was out looking for some crockpot candy ideas and came across so many different variations. This is mine, and, hopefully, it’s not the same as anyone else. I like being unique, not following the masses.

How do you make Easter crockpot candy

You would make this crockpot candy the same as most “crockpot candy”, just change up colors/additions for the occasion. In this case, I added pastels. Now, you need to be careful with the milk chocolate M&Ms, they could change the color of the white chocolate. There are so many variations here. You could use white chocolate, almond bark or even candy melts. Then add in whatever else you want. If you don’t want peanuts, leave them out. Don’t like marshmallows? Leave them out. You get the picture.

Ingredients used for Easter crockpot candy.

What’s the difference between white almond bark and candy melts and chocolate

  • Almond Bark – Great for melting, which we know sometimes chocolate can be tricky. However, the bark does NOT contain any chocolate whatsoever. It’s made of vegetable fats, but does have flavoring such as vanilla.
  • Candy Melts – Very similar to almond bark. Great for “dipping”. It doesn’t harden as fast as chocolate, which will give you more time to “cover” whatever you are coating. That can be a two-edged sword. They will take longer to set.
  • Chocolate – Out of the three, chocolate is the best tasting, in my opinion. You’ll also find it a little more expensive. It takes longer to melt, and a little trickier, however, it sets faster.

Crockpot Candy Ideas

I thought I would finish this off with some ideas for you to make your crockpot candy with. Maybe you will follow this easy candy recipe no bake, or maybe you’ll be adventerous and make your own. By all means, this is not everything you could add to yours. Just trying to get your brain working.

  • Nuts (any kind you like)
  • Pretzels
  • Reese’s pieces or M&Ms
  • Chopped up candy bars
  • Marshmallows (flavored or unflavored)
  • Caramel / Butterscotch / Toffee
  • Sprinkles

Some other Easter food ideas

Clusters of Easter Crockpot Candy on a tray.
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Easter Crockpot Candy

I see why they call Easter Crockpot Candy crack. This candy is elevated peanut clusters. White chocolate, peanuts, M&Ms, marshmallows and sprinkles.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword crockpot candy ideas, crockpot with marshmallows, easy candy recipe no bake, holiday dessert recipe, peanut clusters
Prep Time 8 minutes
Cook Time 44 minutes
Set Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 52 minutes
Servings 70 Clusters
Calories 110kcal


  • Crockpot/Slow Cooker


  • 48 Oz White chocolate chips
  • 1 Jar (16 oz) Peanuts, Dry Roasted
  • 1 Bag (10 oz) Easter MnMs
  • 1 Cup Pastel Marshmallows Can use plain white marshmallows
  • 1/4 Cup Pastel Sprinkles


  • Place the white chocolate chips and peanuts in the crock pot. Set to low. Stir every 5-10 minutes for 30-45 minutes total. Turn the power/heat off.
    White chocolate chips and peanuts in the crockpot.
  • Add the M&Ms, marshmallows, and sprinkles. Stir.
    M&Ms, marshmallows and sprinkles added to the melted chocolate/peanut mix.
  • Scoop about 1-2 tablespoons and place on parchment paper. (2 Tbsps will make larger clusters)
    Clusters of Easter Crockpot Candy on parchment paper. Ready to set.
  • Let cool completely (about 2 hours).
    Tray with finished Easter Crockpot Candy.
  • Place in plastic storage or baggies.


Calories: 110kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 18mg | Potassium: 56mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 12g | Vitamin A: 6IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 39mg | Iron: 1mg
Top image shows a close up of the Easter Crockpot Candy on a blue platter.  The bottom image is an overhead, further away shot of the candy on the blue platter.
Close up of Easter Crockpot Candy cut in half.

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