Christmas Disney Frozen Puppy Chow Monday, Dec 14 2015 

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Everyone loves puppy chow aka muddy buddies!! This is a tasty snack for all your holiday parties! Especially for the frozen fans! Do you wanna build a snow man?? Ok I will spare you the singing and just post the recipe!

1 bag wiltons white melts
1 box Pillsbury holiday cake mix
4 T Butter
8 cups Chex Cereal
Blue and white snowflake sprinkles

Melt butter and melts for 60 – 90 sec in micro. Stir every 30 sec.
Add cereal coat well
Pour cake mix in paper grocery bag. Add coated cereal and shake well until all cereals covered. Add sprinkles!

Christmas Tree Cupcakes Monday, Dec 7 2015 

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These are the cutest little things!! Fairly simple to make. They take a little practice but eating the mistakes is not a problem . Especially with kids in the house I used my favorite chocolate cake recipe. Buttercream frosting. The trick is the little trees. I made sugar cookies and used some of the dough from that.Here’s what you need.
Sugar cookie dough
Wiltons green melts (1 bag)
Sprinkles to decorate
Parchment paper
Cut dough into very small strips. About 1/4 inch wide and 2- 3 inch long. Bake 7-8 mins until well done. Let cool. Place parchment on counter or cookie sheet. Line up sticks leaving room between them.
Melt the candy at 30 second intervals. Once completely melted pour into Ziploc bag. Make small Cut on corner Of bag. Zigzag back and forth across stick. Start at bottom  working up. Leave a trunk to go into cupcake. About 1/2 inch. At top give
it a point. The more you do the easier it gets. Add sprinkles. It will set up quick so get them on fast. . once cooled and set peel off paper and place on cupcake!

Moore’s Asian Teriyaki Chex Mix Tuesday, Dec 1 2015 

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If you haven’t tried Moore’s marinades or sauces you really need to!! I was invited to a contest to make a recipe using one of their awesome products! I had a hard time picking just one. So keep your eye out because I have a few more ideas lurking. This is a very simple recipe. Here we have a standard chez mix, what else taken up a notch. The Asian Teriyaki gives it a unique addictive flavor! Here’s what you need

8 Tablespoons Moore’s Asian Teriyaki wing marinade
12 T Butter
2 T salt
1 teas garlic powder
1 teas onion powder
8 cups Rice Chex Cereal
1 cup mini pretzels
3 oz Wasabi peanuts or less
3.5 oz corn nuggets
4 oz Sesame sticks

Preheat oven to 250. Using large roasting pan or half sheet cake pan place butter in and let it melt.
Remove from oven mix in Moore’s sauce and spices. Blend well. Slowly add cereal and snacks. Coat well. Spread out, bake for 1 hour. Stir every 15 min.
Let cool. Store in air tight container.