Make This Delectable Dessert With Just A Few Ingredients And Your Crockpot

Make This Delectable Dessert With Just A Few Ingredients And Your Crockpot

Jamaica Bravo

This winter season, we know how busy life has been. Preparing for the holidays while kids are on vacation from school and still trying to get a warm dinner on the table can be quite a chore. That is exactly why we’ve been so ecstatic about all of the unusual dishes made in crockpots that have taken the internet by storm lately.

We showed you how to cook the most delicious pizza and creamed corn in your slow cooker. If you haven’t gotten a chance to try those amazing recipes, you may want to give them a go over the next few weeks as life gets even more hectic. Both dishes turn out fantastically every time we make them and they are such time savers!

We are obsessed with our crockpots now that we know we can make more than meat or stew in them. Our new favorite recipe is this chocolate nut clusters recipe! It is the perfect dessert to make in your slow cooker after you’ve finished removing your pizza or creamed corn!

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All you have to do is toss all the ingredients in, then let it cook while you and your family enjoy the delicious dinner you just pulled out. By the time you’re done eating and chatting about everyone’s day, these delectable desserts will be ready to serve! We know it sounds a little bit too good to be true, but it isn’t!

Making dinner doesn’t have to be some elaborate chore after all! Just pick up three kinds of nuts and three types of chocolate chips next time you’re at the store. The original recipe calls for 12-ounce packets of roasted and salted shelled pecans, walnuts and peanuts.

You’ll also need 12-ounce packets of milk, semi-sweet, and bittersweet chocolate chips. If you can’t find roasted and salted packages of these nuts, no problem! You can pour them out onto a baking sheet and stick them in the oven for just a few minutes to get them nice and toasted. Pour all three bags of chocolate chips into the slow cooker, then toss your toasted nuts on top. Cook on low for an hour, or until the chocolate melts.

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Don’t open the lid, otherwise you’ll disrupt the steady heating process, but do keep an eye on the crockpot and the clock. Also, don’t overcook these clusters or the chocolate will burn and stick to the bottom of the pot.

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After an hour, stir the mixture. Then, cook for only two more minutes, and stir once more. Finally, lay out some wax paper on a baking sheet and use a large spoon to drop globs of nuts and chocolate into little piles about an inch apart on the wax paper.

Carefully slide the tray onto a shelf in your refrigerator and allow to harden completely. Once your clusters have hardened, they are ready to eat. Any extras should be stored in an airtight container.

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