Great recipe. Easy to make. Used recipe for a tailgate party and had enough to bring to work. There will be no left overs for this recipe!!
I only let myself make this once a year because I will eat it all. I melt the stuff in the microwave in a big plastic bowl and then mix in the cereal and then dump the powdered sugar on top. I then seal the lid really good and shake and roll the bowl around. It works really well to mix in the powdered sugar. This is awesome addicting stuff but a little messy. Enjoy! Merry Christmas.
This recipe uses double the coating ingredients of most of the other recipes online, and just slightly more cereal. A 12.8 oz. box of rice chex has 13 cups. Recipes with 1/2c peanut butter and 1 c chocolate chips call for 9-10 cups of cereal. I didn't measure the cereal before making the recipe, assuming it would be doubled too, 18-20 cups, and I ended up with not enough puppy chow. I thought the coating was very thick. Next time I'll use more cereal.
I've tried many different puppy chow
i tried this at a church function and it was the most delicious thing i had ever tried. My friend would bring me some whenever she made it and i am so happy to have the recipe. thanks :)
couldn't find this recipe in my old cookbooks, this one is just the same! thanks!!
Sweet but awesome.
Just made this in matter of minutes to take to work tomorrow for our Christmas snack day. Just as I remembered as a child. YUMMY- Thanks for posting it.
This is a classic snack mix and tastes great. Please be aware that despite the title and the suggestion to serve in a doggie dish, this is a snack meant only for people, not pets (chocolate is toxic to dogs). I use several flavors of Chex cereal in this instead of Crispix.