Thursday, December 18, 2014

Gingerbread Puppy Chow with Rudolph Noses

Yum
I can't believe I am going to say this, but I want some snow.
Really!!!???
This is the only time of year when I totally enjoy the white stuff.  It just completes the Christmas scene.
Winter came very quickly here to the midwest back in November, but then it kind of went away.  Did it?  Or am I forgetting?  Anyhow, I would really like some pretty white snow on Christmas Eve and again on Christmas Day, then it can go away and we can move back into the 40s.  I don't think I am asking too much?  Afterall, there are some people asking for two front teeth, trains, planes, automobiles...ok, that last part is a line from a movie.  Anyhow, just a little bit of snow.  A little bit...

In the meantime, while I keep an eye of the weather conditions, I plan on snacking on something super yummy.  Have you had GINGERBREAD PUPPY CHOW WITH RUDOLPH NOSES?  All the flavors of a gingerbread cookie in a crunchy snack with cherry flavored mms or as I call them, Rudolph noses!





This is such an easy snack to put together.  Great for parties or even for giving to others.
Who wouldn't want Gingerbread Puppy Chow with Rudolph Noses in a pretty jar?
But you better package them up quick because the nibblers in your house will be a 'nibbling!
Little bites of gingerbread flavored rice chex cereal combined with the cherry flavored MMs, aka Rudolph Noses.  An addiction in the making!

Ingredients:
1 package gingerbread candy melts
1 17.5 oz package gingerbread cookie mix
10 cups rice chex cereal
1 pkg cherry MMs
Directions:
Melt gingerbread candy melts according to package directions.  Pour over 8 cups of rice chex cereal.  Stir until all the pieces are well coated.  Sprinkle on the gingerbread cookie mix.  Continue to stir gently until all the cereal is covered.  Add the additional 2 cups of cereal and mix together.  Finally stir in the Rudolph noses (cherry MMs).



Don't you just want to start nibbling?
You can find all the ingredients at Walmart and whip it up faster than Santa can call his team together!

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Celebrate the little things that make life sweet,
Christine


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