I can't believe I never rated this! I've made it many times, it works perfectly. It really does make a lot like she says. I've never used the bark, I'm going to try it next time. I just increased the number of chips instead. The almond park might add a nice touch. I just dump it in without the processor, it's faster and I'm lazy. Thank you for the recipe, I use it time and time again! NOTE:: Make sure you cool this somewhere cool or in your fridge. Mine were still yummy soft on the counter 3 hours later, when it was 100 degrees outside.
These little treasures are excellent. I didn't grind up my nuts but I think next time I will give them a whirl in the food processor. I didn't have any bark so just replaced it with more white chocolate and it tasted fine to us. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Made as directed other then I didn't grind up my peanuts, I just threw them in. This was easy to make and tasted yummy. My son and I enjoyed making and eating these! Makes a lot.
If anyone wants an easy impressive treat to give as a gift, this is the one. I made this candy for my 12 co-workers as I wanted something easy and relatively inexpensive. This was absolutely fabulous! I have a large crockpot, so I doubled the recipe and had no problem. I do want to caution, don't leave it unattended too long without stirring, as the almond bark will burn. I used a spoon to drop them onto waxed paper, and then to speed up the process, I placed my trays in the freezer and refrigerator. My co-workers absolutely loved this candy! Julie B, this is a winner. Merry Christmas and Hapy New Year. Sue
These are perfect for holiday goody trays! I left the peanuts whole and enjoyed these little babies a lot. I did use milk chocolate instead of semi-sweet just for personal preference though. Thanks so much for sharing! made for Photo Tag.