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Even if you don’t have time to stand in front of a hot stove, stirring an even hotter pot, you can still make chocolaty goodness in your own home. These 25 Slow Cooker Chocolate Candy Recipes will make great gifts for friends, snacks for late night movie watching, and desserts that can be enjoyed year round. Enjoy!
25 Slow Cooker Chocolate Candy Recipes
This cherry fudge will give you the chocolate cherry flavor we all love, without the boring prep work.
When Santa’s reindeer have to go, they have to go. Good thing reindeer poop is both edible and delicious!
In the time it’ll take you to make these chocolate covered coconut peanut butter bites, you can deck the halls and fa la la la la.
Chocolate? Check. Nuts? Check. Marshmallows? Checkity check. What’s not to love about rocky road candy?
Impress everyone with this whopper fudge. Or just make it for me. That works, too.
I can’t even get over how amazing this triple chocolate delight looks…I might not survive how amazing it would taste!
For when you want something that both looks and tastes adorably sweet: white chocolate and strawberry fudge.
Triple the fun with triple chocolate fudge…just don’t expect any leftovers for later.
On a diet? Don’t cut out sweets! Make this clean eating fudge instead!
These chocolate candy balls are what Santa’s Really going to be craving this year.
Diabetics and lactose intolerants rejoice! This sugar free dairy free fudge is here to save the day!
These delicious chocolate peppermint pretzel clusters are a crunchy, sweet treat that can’t be beat!
Even if you aren’t drinking milk, you can still enjoy this delicious coconut milk fudge.
The name crockpot candy is misleading…but they thought calling this “the most amazing chocolate candy to ever be made in a crockpot ever, like seriously, ever” was a bit too long of a title.
These chocolate covered raisins are perfect for the Raisinets fan in your life.
This one is called crockpot Christmas crack because it’s so addictive.
You can make this candy cane bark and set it out for anyone who visits. They’ll thank you later.
Want a fun and delicious treat to hand out as last minute gifts? These chocolate covered peanut clusters are loved by all and take almost no time at all to make.
Know the crockpot candy recipe above? This one is a different and altogether equally delicious crockpot candy…they just happen to have the same name.
Trisha Yearwood’s chocolate candy is a fan favorite this time of year!
Reese’s slow cooker fudge is all the fun and delicious taste of Reece’s and that’s all it has to be.
Give them something to crunch on with these chocolate peanut pretzel bites.
Imagine the creamy, buttery taste of butterscotch mixed in with chocolate. Now, make this chocolate butterscotch. Exactly what you imagined, right?
I’m not going to say this black forest fudge is the most amazing stuff ever…but, I’m not going to Not say it, either.
Make this mint fudge. Just, do it. Okay, also because it’s just so darn pretty. Why do I always have to explain these things? It’s good. Make it. Just, make it.