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YUMMY!!! And I added in some Raisins. Very kid friendly! Thanks!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ August 19, 2002

This is a great idea!! Thanks! I will be making this one What an easy thing to take in for school when you want something besides the usual things people always bring in.

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Trisa July 30, 2002

Great snack! I made this treat for my son and nephew and I kept on snacking on it as well. Instead of choc chips, I added M&M's so they don't melt in their hands. Next time I'm going to include raisins like suggested in in another post.

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Shabby Sign Shoppe September 03, 2002

Very Fun! I used 3 kinds of teddy grahams, multi grain cheerios, marshmallows, and m$m's. The kids loved it. I stored the leftovers in a ziploc bag and by the second day the marshmallows were a little chewy. So you have to eat it all at once (darn!)

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Haunani Thunell October 15, 2002

Leeannr, My grandchildren and I made this together the other day,and we had soooo much fun doing it,they thought it was fun making their own snack!They carried their little bags around and ate out of them all day! Thanks so much. Darlene Summers

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Darlene Summers October 27, 2002

This was wonderful!I used chocolate teddy grahams and peanut butter chips,which made it very colorful.The kids could not stop eating it.I made up small baggies for a bake sale,and the bags flew off the table.Everyone complimented the mix.

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Divinemom5 September 28, 2002

As I type this, my girls (2 and 5) are eating the 'extra' and loving it! I used Disney Hunny B's cereal in place of Teddy Grahams and threw in about 2 cups of plain Cheerios. Used the marshmallows and chocolate chips. This made 23 baggies (with about 1 cup of mix in each).

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Musical Joy January 16, 2003

Very simple and quick recipe for the youngsters. I used chocolate teddy grahams, and peanut butter morsels and was impressed at the speed that it was consumed!!!

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sydney2462 December 16, 2002

Excellent idea! I'm always looking for "on-the-go" snack ideas for my son! I used multi-grain cheerios, cinnamon teddy grahams, peanut butter chips, raisins, banana chips and mini-pretzels. My son loves it, and his friends seem to love it too, judging by how they gather around me when I pull the bag out! All of the women in my playgroup were so interested I gave them the basic formula and now we all have our own versions. What I really love about this is how versatile it is. Next time I'm going to try it with Corn Chex cereal - he loves corn chex. Thank you so much, Leannr! Brilliant idea.

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P4 February 28, 2003

Delicious! Although, I think I will add pretzel sticks next time, it seemed to need a little salt.

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ChipotleChick February 26, 2003
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