Butterscotch Puppy Chow
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- Ready In:
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 1 cup butterscotch chips
- 1⁄4 cup peanut butter
- 6 cups Crispix cereal
- Place the powdered sugar into a 1 gallon resealable plastic bag.
- In a large microwave safe bowl melt the butterscotch chips for 1 minute.
- Stir and heat for 30 seconds longer or until melted when stirred.
- Stir in the peanut butter.
- Stir in the cereal and mix until evenly coated; I use a big spoonula for this. Pour the cereal mixture into the sugar filled bag and gently toss the mixture to coat it evenly.
- It says it needs to be stored in the refrigerator but I never have and mine has never stayed around longer than a day or two anyway. :-)
- I am often asked to bring the chocolate version of this to my sister's house, I think next time I'll take a batch of each and see how it goes.
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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!
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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