Desserts

White Trash Recipe, my Favorite Holiday Treat

My top fave for the holiday season, this White Trash recipe combines two of my favourite indulgences – white chocolate and cereal. And, this recipe defines easy. Go ahead, make it – I know you’ll be hooked!

White Trash

White Trash

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

My top fave for the holiday season, this White Trash recipe combines two of my favourite indulgences - white chocolate and cereal.

Ingredients

  • Cheerios cereal
  • Chex cereal
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Chocolate Chips {regular and white chocolate}
  • ** Optional: package of Smarties or M&M’s

Instructions

  1. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave while you dump the cereals and pretzels {and candy if you wish} into a big bowl.
  2. As soon as the white chocolate is melted, pour over cereal and mix until well coated {the more white chocolate the merrier, I have found}.
  3. Spread the mixture on wax paper and leave to dry.
  4. Melt a small amount of chocolate and drizzle over the top as desired.
  5. Once cooled, break-up and store in resealable containers or bags.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 100Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 94mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 1gSugar: 8gProtein: 2g

Did you make this recipe?

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Gift Idea: Add to small Christmas themed bags for presents – great for local friends to compliment a Christmas card, or for your mailman or those you wouldn’t normally purchase gifts for. It’s an easy delicious gesture this holiday season!

Word to the wise though, gift ASAP or your gonna snack on it all.the.time – it’s THAT good! 🙂

 

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45 Comments

  1. ohmigosh! That looks SO yummy, and easy. Kinda like the candy corn bark I make for fall. And this recipe is probably safe for my daughter, too, since she can have all those the ingredients (nut allergy). YUM! Thanks for sharing!

    1. It’s hard to find a non-nut recipe this time of year, isn’t it? Some you can omit, but others aren’t as good without. This is divine!! 🙂

  2. It’s a good idea to send to school also. They always have a breakfast before Christmas. I think it counts as breakfast food since there is cereal in it 😉
    Thanks

  3. This is such a great idea! I can’t belive I have never heard of this before. Im going to make a batch for my husband to take to work!

  4. We call ours clodhoppers, and add golden grahams to ours! I always make extra and take to daycare for all the workers, it is always the first snack gone!

  5. I made this last night – wow, you are not kidding. Easy and the best treat ever!
    thank you times a million!!

  6. Okay you grabbed me with the title..lol. After reading the recipe I’m going to try making this on the weekend..I will let you know the outcome!

  7. Oh my why did you post this recipe…I am trying to lose a few pounds. I know it’s the wrong time to being doing this but I’m giving it a go…So now I have to make this recipe..it’s going to be a hardship but I’ll do it…hehe

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  9. I came across this recipe when you first posted it. Love how easy it would be to make. I think I may try it myself.

  10. My kids would love these, everything they like is in there. I’ll have to give them a try.

  11. The name definitely made me take a second look, lol. Looks yummy though! Im sure my son would love these.

  12. What a fun treat to do with grandkids and kids alike. Easy is always best colorful tooo!

  13. I love this recipe!! I make white chocolate popcorn for the holidays, but I may have to try this recipe this year. Thanks for sharing!!!

  14. i cant wait to try this out .. my daughter is so picky, but i have a feeling she will love these

  15. Hilarious name for a recipe – but it looks so easy and versatile…why don’t I think of easy treats like this?!

  16. Hilarious name but looks really yummy and versatile. Why don’t I think of simple treats like this?!

  17. wow do those every look delicious, great quick easy treat to make for kids. i’m going to have to try this my kids are always asking to help make something this would be a good recipe for them to help me with, let’s hope they don’t try to snack too much while making it.

  18. I had to click the picture to figure out what was THIS monster of a concoction. It looks like a mess but oh so yummy! I will surprise my five year old with this, in fact, he’ll help me make it! 🙂

  19. The title of this one caught my eye…PINNED! I like how you said that Smarties or M&Ms were optional….as if. You’re funny.

  20. Must admit I have eaten cereal since I was a child because of the high salt and sugar content – our mother used to combine them with hot chocolate and cool them – lovely

  21. I love that this is called White trash! I want to make it and give it out to people just so i can tell them the name of it – for a Christmas Theme – you could call it Melted Snow – because it looks like when the snow starts to melt and all the stuff that was on the ground before the pretty white snow covered it, starts to show again! LOL I love this and i am so making some! Thanks for the post! 🙂

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