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Two ingredients and super easy!
Microwave white chocolate about 2 minutes. Stir so it won't stick or burn. Stir in peppermints or candy canes you have finely crushed. Pour in a cookie sheet, lined with wax paper. When set, break into pieces.
You can use leftover candy canes or buy candy canes after Christmas at a good price. You can also make this recipe using chocolate with crushed nuts in it.
Put the candy into a coffee mug, add a ribbon, and you have a Christmas gift that someone will enjoy.
By dwedenojs from New Creek, WV
I have seen snack mixes like this for sale and I decided to try making it myself. After a bit of experimenting, I came up with this recipe!
Put all dry ingredients in a large bowl. Melt chocolate in microwave at 50% power or Defrost, 30 seconds to 1 minute at a time, stirring well after each time interval, until chocolate is melted. Chocolate will scorch quickly! Keep watch over the microwave or it could be disastrous. After chocolate melts, add crushed candy canes and peppermint oil and mix well. Then pour melted chocolate over dry ingredients and mix everything carefully until everything is well coated, taking care not to crush the cereal.
Spread mixture out on a big cookie sheet covered with parchment paper (sprinkle extra crushed candy canes over the top if desired) and let the chocolate set up in the refrigerator for 15 - 30 minutes. Break the big chunks up into bite-sized pieces and store in the fridge in an airtight container. Makes 7 cups of mix.
Get creative with the ingredients - use milk chocolate or different kinds of cereal, dried fruit, Teddy Grahams, etc. Just be sure the dry ingredients add up to 7 cups. Delicious!
Variation: Omit candy canes and peppermint oil from the mix. It is just as delicious without it!
|Servings:||14 - 1/2 cup servings (if you can stop eating it after 1/2 cup!)|
|Time:||under 5 Minutes Preparation Time|
under 5 Minutes Cooking Time
By Marie from Idaho Falls, ID