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Human Puppy Chow

Human Puppy Chow created by Waverly

This is the best recipe in the world!! It is great to have anytime but it also makes great christmas gifts.

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  • In a large sauce pan, melt together butter, peanut butter, and chocolate chips.
  • Stir until all is evenly distributed and all is completely melted.
  • Measure out chex into a large bowl.
  • Pour chocolate mixture over chex and fold until all the chex are completely covered in the chocolate mixture.
  • Put powdered sugar into large paper bag.
  • Put chex into the bag with the sugar and shake until all chex are covered.
  • Add more sugar as needed.
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  1. Kevin Rusk
    Human Puppy Chow Created by Kevin Rusk
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  2. Howard C.
    I used shreddies and they worked just fine. Also, I do agree with many of you, it is WAY too sweet. But, we couldn't stop eating it. GREAT out of the freezer.
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  3. Chris R.
    I make this with rice & wheat Chex and Kellogg's Cracklin' Oat Bran cereals using the same amount of chocolate, PB, & slightly less powdered sugar. I've found that adding the bran cereal gives it a real puppy chow look and absorbs up some of the other ingredients. I tend to stir mine after coating it lightly w/ the powdered sugar because I like it to have the more brown look of real puppy chow. I purchased a large dog bowl in which I serve it at parties w/ a little stuffed dog beside it tagged with the name of it & the ingredients. It's gotten a lot of repeat requests so it's become a winter & tail gate party staple. I've also added some nuts a few times & that's okay, but it doesn't add anything you really need.
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  4. Sherry B.
    This is still my 15 yr old's favorite christmas treat! You recipe did not disapoint, Thanks!
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  5. Menzepplin
    Great recipe! I added a bag of crushed walnuts to help thicken it out and make it a bit less sugary.
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