Satisfy your sweet tooth with this easy recipe for Crock Pot Easter Candy Clusters. With only 4 ingredients, this festive treat is so easy in the slow cooker.

Easter Clusters stacked on a platter
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Everyone will love this Easter Crockpot Candy and it’s so easy to make. The white almond bark, pretty sprinkles and pastel M&M’s give this easy candy recipe such a great look for Spring.

The kids help make this every year along with Easter Pretzel Rods and Mini Easter Cheesecakes.

Why we love this recipe

The white chocolate and peanut butter are the perfect sweet and salty combination. With simple ingredients, it is and easy slow cooker candy recipe.

Have you tried our original peanut clusters? We make those at Christmas frequently or anytime of year really. We love that these peanut clusters can be made for any holidays and adding the pastel colors makes them perfect for Easter.

Find all Easter desserts for more delicious ideas to try. More favorite recipes include Easter Bunny Bait and Easter Pretzel Rods for a sweet treat.


Ingredients needed - Peanuts, White Almond Bark, Easter Candy, Sprinkles
  • Lightly Salted Peanuts – I love the salty sweet combination.
  • White Almond Bark – broke into squares
  • Easter (Pastel) M&M Candy
  • Easter Sprinkles for decorating – You could leave this off but it really looks so pretty! Feel free to use any type of sprinkles you want. 

The complete ingredient list is in the recipe card at the bottom.


  • Chocolate. Add Dark Chocolate, semi-sweet Chocolate Chips or peanut butter chips for added flavor. Swap the candy melts for white chocolate chips.
  • Sprinkles. Try fun shapes, sugar sprinkles and more. The ideas are endless.
  • M&M Candy – Make these year round by trying other seasonal candy. Other fun ideas include Christmas, Halloween, July 4th and more. Just switch out the M&M’s for the occasion that applies.
  • Candy Melts. Use candy melts for fun colors to drizzle over the top of the clusters.
  • Sea Salt. Top the peanut butter clusters with sea salt.
  • Nuts. Substitute almonds, walnuts or cashews for the layer of peanuts in the Easter candy recipe.

How to Make Easter crockpot Candy Clusters

Almond bark in slow cooker.

Step 1. First, add the peanuts and almond bark to the crock pot. I like to use crock pot liners to make clean up easy. 

Mixture melted in slow cooker.

Step 2. Next, cover and melt chocolate on low for 1 hour. Stir this every 15-20 minutes to make sure the chocolate does not burn on the bottom of the slow cooker.

Candy added to melted mixture in crock pot.

Step 3. Next, add half of the M&M candy. Fold into the chocolate mixture.

Scoops of mixture on baking sheet.

Step 4. Finally, use a spoon or small cookie scoop to drop clusters of candy mixture on a cookie sheet. Then add sprinkles to each cluster before they dry. Allow to sit at room temperature to allow the chocolate to set.

Easter Clusters stacked on a platter

Expert Tips

  • Line Baking Sheets – I highly recommend lining the baking sheet with wax paper or parchment paper.  You will be so glad you did this once it is time to clean up. 
  • Silicone Mats – You can skip the baking sheet if you prefer and just use silicone mats or line countertop with the wax paper. If you don’t plan to refrigerate them, this will work fine.
  • Easter Baskets – If you are preparing Easter baskets for the kids, add these crockpot peanut clusters for festive treats. The perfect holiday gift.
Easter Clusters stacked on a platter

How to Store

Store the chocolate clusters in a ziplock bag or airtight container. Either will work fine. Just make sure they have completely set before storing or they will stick together. 

You can leave the chocolate clusters at room temperature or you can place in the refrigerator.

How to Freeze

Yes, you can freeze peanut clusters. This is the perfect candy to prepare ahead of time. Make sure that the chocolate is solidify before placing in the freezer. When you are ready to thaw, place in the refrigerator.

More Easy Easter Desserts to make

I’m so excited for you to try this crockpot candy recipe. Once you make it, leave a comment.

Easter Crock Pot Candy

4.95 from 17 votes
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this easy recipe for Crock Pot Easter Candy Clusters. With only 4 ingredients, this festive treat is so simple.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Refrigerate or cool at room temperature 2 hours
Total Time 3 hours 5 minutes
Servings 50
Cuisine American
Course Dessert
Calories 249


  • (2) 16 oz. containers of lightly salted peanuts
  • 48 oz white almond bark – broke into squares
  • 12 oz Easter Pastel M&M
  • Sprinkles for decorating
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  • Layer the peanuts and almond bark in a 5 quarter crock pot.
  • Cook on low for 1 hour.
  • Stir every 15-20 minutes to ensure that chocolate does not burn on the bottom of the crock pot.
  • Once all ingredients are melted, stir thoroughly to combine and stir in approximately ½ of the M&Ms.
  • Then use a spoon or a cookie scoop to scoop clusters onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper or parchment paper.  Then decorate each cluster with the sprinkles and leftover m&ms before they dry.
  • Put in the refrigerator or allow them to sit at room temperature until the chocolate has completely set (usually 1-2 hours).
  • Store the clusters in an airtight container or ziplock bag in the refrigerator.  Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

We love this with white chocolate almond bark but this recipe would work great with chocolate almond bark as well! 

Nutrition Facts

Calories 249kcal, Carbohydrates 25g, Protein 3g, Fat 15g, Saturated Fat 10g, Cholesterol 1mg, Sodium 57mg, Potassium 79mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 23g, Vitamin A 17IU, Vitamin C 1mg, Calcium 24mg, Iron 1mg

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  1. Michelle Williams says:

    5 stars
    Can I substitute something else for the peanuts. Some of the kids have peanut allergies.

    1. Carrie says:

      Any type of nut would work great in this recipe if they’re not allergic to another type. Also, I think Rice Krispies would work great too but I haven’t tried them yet.