peppermint pattie chex mix
Happy first week of December! We’re kicking it off with a yummy peppermint pattie chex mix recipe, perfect for holiday gatherings or parties!
This post doubles as a blog hop, wee! Hop on over and visit these incredible recipes.
- Tomato & Ricotta Crostini from Katie’s Cucina
- Roasted Leek and Onion Soup from Sweet C’s Designs
- Mozzerella, Bacon and Roasted Peppers Hot Cheese Dip from Cook the Story
- Red Pepper Manchego Stuffed Mushrooms from The Lilypad Cottage
- Spicy Sriracha Deviled Eggs from White House Black Shutters
- Cranberry Salsa from Bombshell Bling
- Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms from Kokocooks
- Cream Cheese with Garlic & Bacon filled Crescents from A Glimpse Inside
- Peppermint Hot Cocoa Rice Krispie Treats from Yellow Bliss Road
- Peppermint Patty Chex Mix from Lolly Jane
- Brownie Stuffed Christmas Trees from It’s Always Autumn
- Dark Chocolate Peppermint Cookies from Clean and Scentsible
- Mini Candy Cane Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache from Crazy Little Projects
- Black and White Cookie Brownies from Sweet Rose Studio
- Oreo Truffle Reindeer Noses and Free Printable from Balancing Home
- Peppermint Muddy Buddies from A Pumpkin and a Princess
So if you’re familiar with Lolly Jane, you’ll know we’re known for home improvement, crafts and/or holiday decor. Not baking. Not cooking. Not being in the kitchen. We DO cook, every night for our families. We do bake, especially on Sundays for our large family dinner gatherings. BUT…we stick with the basics and easy recipes. Today’s recipe is definitely an easy one. But I made the mistake of experimenting. After TWO big batches of chocolate wasted, a few curse words floating around my head, I finally went back to my original source and altered their recipe. Argh. It tastes divine, just the right amount of mint and chocolate…but folks, do not attempt to melt York Peppermint Patties. Don’t melt them in a bowl first then add dark chocolate chips to it, it’ll seize. Don’t melt white chocolate candy coating then being sneaky and add a few patties the last 15 seconds, it’ll still seize. DO melt white chocolate chips and add mint extract. The end. Hope you enjoy my experimental Peppermint Pattie Chex Mix, it’s perfectly festive and tastes delish!
- 6 cups of Chex rice cereal
- 1 12 oz. bag white chocolate chips (12 oz bag)
- 1/4 cup Lifesavers mini peppermint candy canes
- 1/4 cup milk or dark chocolate chips
- Put cereal in large mixing bowl.
- In small micro safe bowl, melt white chocolate chips on high for 2 minutes, stirring every 40 seconds until smooth.
- Add crushed candy canes, stir into chocolate.
- Pour over cereal, evenly coating cereal.
- Spread onto cookie sheet covered in foil.
- Melt chocolate chips, pour into Ziplock baggie, cut off tip and drizzle over Chex mix.
- When it hardens, break into clusters and enjoy! (Store in air tight containers for later use if pre-prepping.)
This is the yummiest recipe that will satisfy your sweet tooth! Put together a mix and snack on it while watching your favorite family Christmas movies or attach our free printable tag and gift a bag to a neighbor. Tag reads: “Wising you merriMINT and joy this Christmas!”
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Be sure to check out our other recipes like our chocolate mint crinkle cookies,
and our whole wheat chocolate chip cookies,
neighbor gifts like our 9 Christmas gifts in a jar and Christmas ideas, we’ll keep you busy for hours! ps: We also have a stocking full of paint goodies giveaway going on right now!!
Happy Holidays! xoxox
YUM! Just pinned…
I cannot wait to try this.. Yummy
Oh, it really sucks when you try something new and lose your ingredients. Once is bad enough, but twice. I know all about that. The recipe sounds really good.
You can use Andes crushed mint candies!! They come in 12 oz
bags (similar to choc chips). I just melted a bag last night with semi-sweet choc chips to use in a fudge recipe. Works perfectly and should work with this recipe…I’ll let ya know : )
Ooooh yummy! That sounds SO good, Kerry! Thanks for the tip! Mmmmm… (:
YUM! I love everything about this chex mix! I can see me making this for my neighbors!!!