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Talk about addictive! It does keep well, overnight, if you put it away in a ziplock bag. but it does make for a really great snack!

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Studentchef February 27, 2012

I make this a lot but use chocolate chips instead. The butterscotch was ok but I think I like the chocolate version better. Made for Please Review My Recipe.

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Catnip46 January 14, 2012

It is a bit sweeter than normal puppy chow. Very nice change from the normal. I think it would like to try mixing it with the regular so some are darker and some are lighter, for more a more interesting visual.

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Nyteglori July 01, 2011

Awesome. I really wish I hadn't found this recipe! Made as directed, except using Cascadian Farms multigrain squares. Didn't miss the butter, recipe worked well as is. This makes a smaller batch than traditional Puppy Chow so we gobbled it down in no time. I saw a tip on another recipe to use a large tupperware bowl to mix the powdered sugar and coated cereal. A couple of shakes did the trick. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama April 03, 2011

My family loves the normal version of puppy chow, so had to try this version. This is very tasty, although sweeter to me, but addicting all the same!!! I made 1/4 of the amount as a trial to see how my kids like this version. The only change I made was to add some butter to the chips and peanut butter as it was very dry and hard for the chips to melt. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for Newest Tag Game.

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diner524 December 09, 2010
Butterscotch Puppy Chow