Made this with a crew of little girls at a pajama party, it was a big hit. Thanks for sharing...
I've made puppy chow a dozen times before but I'm not sure how my recipe is different. This was great. I only used about 2 cups of powdered sugar and that was plenty. However I am not sure if I had the whole 9 cups of cereal. On the second time measuring it I gave up and decided it looked like I had enough, probably 8 cups. :-)
I made this for the kids and their friends yesterday. They loved this and it was so easy to make. I plan on always having Chex cereal around just for this. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.
Something I've had several times - but I've never known the proportions of the ingredients until now. This stuff is ADDICTIVE.
This is great!! I made this with my 2nd grade class for a project for Mother's Day. It was very messy but lots of fun! A lot of them had never had this before and LOVED it! The next day I had a mom call me and ask for the recipe! Thanks!!
I used to LOVE this recipe when I was in kindergarten. Until a few years back I never knew what it was called or how to make it. Thanks to a co-worker brining some in one day, I got the name and I'll never forget it again! Now that I have children of my own, I make it for them!
No one could ever mess up this recipe, it's always a hit. However, instead of 4 cups powdered sugar, I used only 3 cups and still ended up with a heapfull of sugar at the bottom of the bowl. I don't use the bag trick, just fold it in and it works the same. Still delish, no matter how sugary.
Forgot to rate this after I made this with my daughter for Christmas goodie bags. Fun and easy ... but didn't save any, so I am making a 1/2 a batch today to eat while watching football :) Thx 4 sharing :)
I love this recipe....good, easy, the kids can help and everyone loves it.