I have not 1, but 2 delicious holiday treats to share with you today, yay!
I am in Christmas goody heaven over here. Everywhere you look in my house, there seems to be another snack or dessert begging to be eaten. No one’s complaining, so I wont stop baking anytime soon.
I wanted to get some #HolidayCandy to bake with, so I headed out to do some sweet shopping The Nestle Butterfinger and Crunch Jingles were calling my name. I knew they’d be perfect in both of the recipes I had up my sleeve for you today!
This first recipe would make an excellent gift. Wrap it up in cellophane and tie it with a pretty bow, and you have an easy gift that anyone would be happy to receive. This mix would also be a fabulous party favor!
Personally, I like to make a big batch of this stuff, call my brother and tell him to come over and help me eat it while we watch our favorite Christmas movies together. It’s been a tradition for years and I hope it continues for a long long time.
Butterfinger & Toffee Candy Crunch Mix
|Prep time||15 minutes|
|Meal type||Dessert, Snack|
- 9 cups Chex Cereal (I used Corn Chex)
- 2/3 cups M&M's
- 12 Nestle Crunch Jingles (choppd)
- 12 Nestle Butterfinger Jingles (chopped)
- 2/3 cups toffee bits
- 1/2 cup coconut
- 2/3 cups peanuts
- 2/3 cups mini Reeses Pieces
- 24oz white chocolate
|Add all ingredients except white chocolate to a large bowl and stir together. Melt white chocolate according to package instructions and pour over the chex mix. Gently stir until well coated. Pour onto wax paper lined cookie sheets until the chocolate has set up. Store in an air tight container.|
Oh boy, these are good. There are so many fun holiday baking ideas on Nestle’s website, so if chocolate isn’t your thing (
you’re crazy) then check out some of their other goodies for inspiration. Enjoy!
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