Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins

We love the little 100 calorie packs of the Reese's Mix, but I wanted to buy it in bulk and couldn't find it in larger packages. So I went to work to put together my own mix - this is the result!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 236.59 ml peanut butter cookie crisp cereal
  • 473.18 ml Reese's Puffs cereal
  • 236.59 ml Reese's pieces
  • 283.49 g peanut butter chips


  1. Mix all ingredients together, being careful not to crush or smash the cereal.
  2. Store in a large ziplock bag, or an airtight container.


Most Helpful

My kids liked this for a snack. I also threw baggies of this in their lunches. I thought this was a pretty costly snack for the little amount it made. I only got 8 snack size baggies of this and I even added more cereal than called for. I couldn't find pb cookie crisp cereal, so I used pb captain crunch instead. I used 2 cups of that and 3 cups of Reese's puffs. The other ingredients were the same in amount. I've never bought the little 100 calorie snacks that you are talking about so I don't know if this is similar or not, but it is a nice change of pace for snacks here. I'm not sure that I will be making it often, though.

5hungrykids May 04, 2010

turned out fabulous. i couldnt find the peanut butter cookies cereal so i used corn bran squares. great for lunches and much cheaper than the boxes. thanks for sharing.

Oster71 September 17, 2009

I had this out for a snack at Saturday's tailgate. It went over very well with everyone, and the leftovers have been nice to have around. Thanks for a fun recipe!

UTVolsFan October 29, 2007

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