Thanks to Susan for the recipe.
As always, for great crockpot recipes, go to Stephanie's (CrockPotLady) blog.
You are AMAZING! What kid says that.... You kill me with the spoon in the mouth. This was your best yet.
Darn you! It's only 7:00 in the morning and my mouth is watering!B.
Hilarious!! I love watching your videos and look forward to your blog posts. You are very amusing :)I will NOT make those peanut clusters! I will NOT make those peanut clusters! I will NOT....(yes I will and I'll probably eat the whole batch!)
I love your home videos, you are a natural!
So FUNNY!! Your son is like mine, loves to put on a show. They are both cute!
Look at you and your crock pot videos! I think you should take over for the crock pot lady when she retires this year! ;D
Amy - GREAT JOB! But I laughed when I saw you scooping - your scoop is HUGE! I used a mini-scooper that is a teenie bit bigger than a mellon-baller! No wonder you only got 120 pieces. My last batch gave me 170...do it again girl...and make 'em smaller. (That way they are "mouth sized" and there is no evidence on your finger tips!!)Merry Christmas...
LOL, I love your "vlogs" really love them. I am not a peanut fan maybe I could make them with cashews? Mmmmm, or almonds, or a mix of those nuts. (drooling now)
You crack me up... That recipe looks yummy.. Im so going to have to make it. You are so animated and fun. I love watching your videos. Hope you have a Happy Holiday :)
Thanks so much. You cook like a regular person. I so enjoyed your video.
I love your video.i find through another site and i am very happy i did.You make me smile!!!
Found you through Stephanie's blog and my hubby had to come in to see why I was laughing so hard. Love the blog!
Hilarious video. thanks.. it made my day!
CrockpotLady Stephanie sent me here. Great preview of Jim and Pam's (The Office) life when they have a few kids. You could be her stunt double!
I love it! You do make great crockpot videos. I love that you counted how many pieces of chocolate you ate while you made the recipe and the spoon at the end was hilarious! You need to do more cooking with the video camera on.
Anita, I was Pam for Halloween last year in 2007! =)
Lol.. they look very yummy../
OMG Amie that is hilarious. Love the video. Your kids are so cute!
I'm dying here. That was too funny.Now- if I make those, do you think I could throw a bag of marshmallows in during that final stir? Kind of add a little rocky road maneuver and see where it takes me? I like this recipe- it's fast :-) Thanks :-)
That was absolutely hilarious! I'm actually getting ready to make my batch right now.
Ok, I made these the other day and these things are evil. Run away from them if you have the chance.Our first batch burned because I took the lid off and stirred plus the chocolate was at the bottom. If you want to know why NOT to remove the lid, I can tell you (cause I am a geek that way). Removing the lid causes condensation on the lid, and then the water droplets fall onto the chocolate and cause it to seize. I don't know exactly what the seizing is but it causes the chocolate to become grainy and gross.The second batch turned out really really good though. Maybe too good. Even my kid who "doesn't like nuts" thought it was really good.
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