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WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES

This White Chocolate Candy Clusters with Pringles is another delicious, easy candy recipe from Nadine B. from Okalahoma who follows my blog.  

WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES

WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES
This is a great combination of sweet and salty.

Nadine is a follower of Recipes for our Daily Bread.  As I mentioned in my Microwave Peanut Brittle recipe, Nadine is retired after 50 years with Oral Roberts University.  She was known as “Flying Fingers” for typing 130 words per minutes.  I am very thankful Nadine found my blog and is now following it.  She e-mailed me several recipes to try including her Microwave Peanut Brittle and this White Chocolate Candy with Pringles.  Both of these recipes were so easy to make using the microwave.  They are perfect for the holidays.  Nadine says it is a lot of fun when people try this White Chocolate Candy, and they cannot guess what the salty, crunchy ingredient is in them.  Now you know, it is Pringles.

These White Chocolate Candy Clusters have a whole can of crushed Pringles in them.  

The Pringles coated with the white chocolate is my new favorite combination of Sweet & Salty.  If you need a quick candy recipe, try these very easy sweet and salty White Chocolate Candy Clusters with Pringles.

WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES
Melt on 12-ounce bag of white chocolate in the microwave for 1 minute. Stir well. Continue melting for 10 to 15 seconds if needed.  Stir Well until smooth.
WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES
Mix one can of crushed Pretzels, one small can Red Skinned Spanish Peanuts into the melted white chocolate.
WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES
Mix one can of crushed Pretzels, one small can Red Skinned Spanish Peanuts into the melted white chocolate.

 Ingredients

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WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES


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  • Category: Candy
  • Cuisine: American

Description

These White Chocolate Candy Clusters have a whole can of crushed Pringles in them.

The Pringles coated with the white chocolate is my new favorite combination of Sweet & Salty.  If you need a quick candy recipe, try these very easy sweet and salty White Chocolate Candy Clusters with Pringles.


Ingredients

  • One small can red-skinned Spanish peanuts, about 2 cups
  • 1 – 12-ounce package white chocolate chips
  • One can Original Pringles, crushed

Instructions

  1. Melt white chocolate in the microwave for 1 minute and stir well until smooth. You can also use a double broiler.
  2. If using the microwave, microwave the chocolate for 1 minute and stir well until smooth. If you need more time, only microwave 10 to 15 seconds at a time and stir until all the chocolate is melted.
  3. Add crushed Pringles and peanuts. Mix until well blended.
  4. Drop by tablespoons on waxed paper or parchment paper until they harden.

If you love making candy during the holiday season, I hope you enjoy these recipes with your family. 

No-Bake Martha Washington Candy

Paula Deen-Inspired Georgia Cookie Candy

Crazy Good Christmas “Crack”

20-Minute Homemade Toffee

Microwave Peanut Brittle Recipe

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11 thoughts on “WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CLUSTERS WITH PRINGLES

  1. I was not able t find the recipe! Disappointing… I understand that as a blogger you need to have advertisements to fund your time here. But this blog has the MOST advertisements I have ever seen on a landing page and it is not a pleasant experience visiting your blog. No recipe, too much advertising!

  2. WOW! This is so good. What a nice change from sweet candy. I had sliced almonds so I threw those in instead of peanuts. I’ve made it with peanuts too. Both nuts are delicious in this. And so quick to make up. I’m going to try sending this to my nephew overseas…in a decorated Pringles can! Thanks so much for sharing.

    • Wendy,

      Thank you so much for trying this White Chocolate Candy and leaving me a comment. You made my day! This candy is really easy and do good. What a great idea to send this to your nephew. I should have blogged about decorating the Pringles can. I just forgot until you just mentioned it. The cans are great to decorate and fill with cookies and candy.

      You can see my ROUNDUP REVIEW POST for this past week: //recipesforourdailybread.com/2013/12/08/roundup-review-week-end-120713/

      I am a Southern Food & Travel blogger & a Christian. I blog about RECIPES, RESTAURANT REVIEWS, FAITH, FAMILY, TRAVEL EXPERIENCES & GIVEAWAYS.

      I would love for you to follow my blog by entering your e-mail on the top right hand corner of my homepage.

      Blessings and have a great week!
      Diane Roark

    • Desiree,

      Yes, I agree. I am also going to add a couple of other similar recipes this week. They are all so quick & easy & really tasty. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment. I love reading my messages.

      You can see my ROUNDUP REVIEW POST for this past week: //recipesforourdailybread.com/2013/12/08/roundup-review-week-end-120713/

      I am a Southern Food & Travel blogger & a Christian. I blog about RECIPES, RESTAURANT REVIEWS, FAITH, FAMILY, TRAVEL EXPERIENCES & GIVEAWAYS.

      I would love for you to follow my blog by entering your e-mail on the top right hand corner of my homepage.

      Blessings and have a great week!
      Diane Roark

  3. Looks as good as I thought it would and seriously am so going to try this one, because it looks easy and delicious, too! Thanks for sharing and hoping you are keeping warm on this Tuesday morning. We are supposed to get snow today, so we shall see how that shapes up for us. Have a great day now!! 🙂

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