If you like chocolate covered Oreo cookies, you will enjoy this snack mix. You can substitute the candy for Reeses Pieces or use Captain Crunch cereal instead of Fruit Loops….a big favorite with friends and family.
The Snack mix that is perfect for a party – Lots of White Trash
Thanks to scottsfrog for passing along this recipe. If you like chocolate covered Oreo cookies, you will enjoy this snack mix. It combines a little bit of sweet with a little bit of salty. You can substitute Reese’s Pieces for the M&Ms or use Captain Crunch cereal instead of Fruit Loops. Whatever you put in it, this will be a big favorite with friends and family, especially for the holidays.
>In Spite of the Name, it’s Good Stuff
And, it makes a lot of sense to call this trash because you basically dump everything in it – just like the trash. I mean it’s ok to throw in any leftovers hanging around the house – you know the maybe not enough to fill a snack bowl kinda stuff. It’s the white bark that brings it all together. One word of caution – this is VERY addicting! You just can’t eat one bite! And, your kids will love eating “trash.”
What is Vanilla Flavored Almond Bark?
Almond bark< is a chocolate-flavored white concoction that is made to melt easily over candy, pretzels, cereals, and more! This particular bark slab combines the delicious flavors of almond and chocolate to create a scrumptious white festive coating on your snack mix.
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Lots of White Trash
What’s better than a treat made with all of our childhood favorites?
- 4 cups Corn Chex
- 4 cups Rice Chex
- 4 cups Fruit Loops
- 14 ounces M&M's
- 16 ounces dry roasted peanuts
- 10 ounces small pretzels twists or sticks
- 24 ounces vanilla flavored almond bark
- Mix all dry ingredients in a very large container, can of course use a trash bag. Melt bark according to package directions, once melted, pour over cereal mixture and stir well. After coating all of the cereal mixture, spread on foil covered baking sheets to cool. Once cool, break into pieces and store in airtight containers.
Thanks to scottsfrog for this recipe.