Crockpot Turtles Candy
It doesn't get much easier than this Crockpot Turtles Candy Recipe! A candy recipe that is rich and chocolaty with roasted pecans and creamy caramel. All you have to do is put all the ingredients into your slow cooker, stir and then scoop out! You can then garnish, serve or give them out as gifts.
This candy recipe is irresistible; it's easy to do, the hardest part is not eating all the ingredients before they are complete! Some of the ingredients you will need for this sweet recipe include whole raw pecans, chocolate-flavored candy coating (you can use almond bark or candy quick), German chocolate bar, caramel bits, and semi-sweet chocolate chips.
To start layer the pecans, the candy coating, and the chocolate bar into a slow cooker. Cover the crock pot, and let cook for about an hour on low temperature. Do not stir the ingredients. Then after an hour, you can stir the mixture and continue to let cook, stirring about every 15 to 20 minutes for about another hour. Then once the mixture has come together, you can stir in the caramel bits and turn off the heat. Cover for five minutes. Then line a kitchen counter or table top with some parchment paper. Stir the mixture. Then using a couple of tablespoons, scoop out the candy from the crockpot and scoop onto the parchment paper, making sure that the candy isn't touching. Then melt some chocolate chips and chop up some of the pecans. Drizzle the chocolate overtop the turtles and garnish with some of the chopped pecans. Allow the candy to set completely. Enjoy! You can double this slow cooker recipe if you'd like, but you have to be careful as the caramels can start to get a bit too chewy if they are not scooped out quickly enough.
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Pecans are a healthy way to get your dietary fiber, protein, iron and B vitamins into your daily diet. Pecans are also full of lots of healthy oils from monounsaturated fat; oleic acid and the polyunsaturated fat, linoleic acid.
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