Crock Pot Nut Cups

Since I live in a household full of men, we call these “nut cups”, in your house you may prefer the term “nut clusters” but any way you name it, these are a must for the holidays, and transport me right back to my youth when I pop one in my mouth…

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Crock Pot Nut Cups

Ingredients:

1 pound chocolate almond bark-cut up
2 pounds white chocolate almond bark-cut up
3 Hershey's Chocolate Bars-cut up
1 (32 ounce) jar dry roasted peanuts
1 (16 ounce) package whole almonds

Directions:

Turn on slow cooker to HIGH. Add all ingredients (with chocolates on the bottom). Cook for 45 minutes without stirring.

Turn slow cooker down to LOW, stir and let melt for another hour or until chocolate is melted and you can mix everything together really well.

Arrange mini muffin cups on a baking sheet and using 2 spoons, fill the cups with chocolate/nut mixture. Cool completely (I did put the pan on my sun porch since it's below 30 degrees outside. Store in an airtight container.

**Other ingredient ideas: craisins, raisins, walnuts, pecans, coconut ( I would add the craisins, raisins or coconut at the very end)

My Aunt Nancy!

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