Sometimes you need a snack that’s quick and easy to make. These peanut clusters are super simple, fast, and delicious and used to be the treat we always left out for Santa to enjoy before he started the rest of his journey. However, Santa won’t be the only one to enjoy this treat at your house during the holiday season.
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Super Simple Peanut Clusters
- 1- 24 ounce package chocolate almond bark
- 1 – 20 ounce jar peanuts
- Pink and white sugar sprinkles
Melt almond bark in microwave according to directions. Be sure to melt in a dish large enough dish to hold the peanuts and give you room for mixing.
Add peanuts a little bit at a time and mix to coat with chocolate. Continue adding peanuts. You’ll be able to tell once you’ve added all the nuts that you can coat thoroughly.
Using two spoons, put dollups of mixture on wax paper to solidify. Be sure edges aren’t touching (although if they do, it’s not the end of the world). When almond bark has cooled and hardened, peel clusters off wax paper and store in sealed container (we generally use a Ziploc bag but a pretty candy or serving dish is nice).
That’s it…I told you is was super easy.
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Be sure the hungry elves at your house remember to leave Santa more than one of these delicious clusters! Great served with milk. Santa seldom leaves any crumbs when he finds these at our house.
What treat do you leave out for Santa?