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I am pretty sure that Erin and I were meant to be BFFs. There’s this little thing called an ocean separating us currently (oh wait, I have that with my other BFF as well), but I still think it’s meant to be.
We share a love for party planning (and hot air balloons), making stuff for our Smooches (hers are similar in age to mine), decorating, list making, and traveling (though she has a way cooler home base/launching spot than I do). Even more, I just adore Erin’s sweet and encouraging heart. BFF resume aside, I also love the fact that she’s here to share an awesome puppy chow recipe for Winter Whites-
You have very likely had this somewhere before, and if you are not making it on a semi-regular basis, NOW IS THE TIME TO START!! It is the all-purpose snack (a-hem, perfect Superbowl Sunday snack), and it’s so easy I wanna cry!
Pour your Chex into a large bowl, set a strainer in another bowl, and pour your powdered sugar into a large zip lock bag.
Pour your melted chocolate mixture over the Chex, and stir it around until the cereal is well coated. Make sure that as many of those tiny little holes are filled with chocolate as possible.Grab a big scoop of the chocolate-covered Chex and spoon it into the bag with the powdered sugar. Close the bag and shake it around until all of the pieces are well coated in white.Dump the Chex into the strainer, shake off the excess powdered sugar, then pour the cereal onto wax paper to allow it to cool and dry.
Return the excess powdered sugar to the bag, and continue to coat all of the chocolate Chex in powdered sugar. Or you can just start nibbling on it right away. I always do.