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This delicious dessert (also known as Muddy Buddies) is extremely easy to make and is great for kids.

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Servings: 6
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Ingredients

Cost per serving $1.05 view details

Directions

  1. Melt the butter, chocolate chips, and peanut butter together in a pan until smooth.
  2. Pour the cereal into the mixture toss to coat.
  3. Put the cereal into a Ziploc bag, pour in the powdered sugar and seal tightly.
  4. Shake until the cereal is coated.

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Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving %DV
Serving Size 224g
Recipe makes 6 servings
Calories 1092  
Calories from Fat 476 44%
Total Fat 54.69g 68%
Saturated Fat 24.56g 98%
Trans Fat 0.0g  
Cholesterol 54mg 18%
Sodium 932mg 39%
Potassium 615mg 18%
Total Carbs 139.73g 37%
Dietary Fiber 7.4g 25%
Sugars 77.66g 52%
Protein 18.64g 30%
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  • carissa havier
    i need to make this ive had something like it, its good i need to make it!!!
    This is a variation
    • Cafe Pepela
      Woow!
      Great recipe!
      i'm going to try this..
      Thank you : )
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      • The only thing I hate about this recipe is that I cannot control myself....I can never stop eating it!!

        I only make this at Christmas time and I add red and green M&M's and pretzels too. We call it Reindeer Munchies!!
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        This is a variation
        • Lesa
          my husband loved this recipe!!
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          • Jessica Shivers
            Seriously one of my favorite recipes ever! I have made this same exact recipe for years, and it always comes out perfect. Cant get enough!
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            • Jennifer Buchanan
              Golden Grahams would add a different taste. I've always use Crispix instead of chex. Though I am sure that there are many variations of this treat.
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              • Kathy Aguilar
                Great treat, easy-peasy staple at my house!
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                • Sacora
                  its good , really good but i used wheat chex and should have used rice chex instead. made it too hard.
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                  This is a variation
                  • Laura Warnke
                    We have this at Christmas when our family gets together. There is hardly any left by the end of the day. Yummy!
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                    • Love Love Love this awesome snack..Will be making this a lot more,for my family loves this.It is also very quick to make...
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                      • breefutrell
                        I love this stuff. It's so good. It is really good when you're craving something sweet and chocolate.
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                        Comments

                        • Victoria Juelson
                          October 11, 2011
                          Great Christmas treat! My mother in law adds M&Ms to the mix. Delicious!

                          • November 28, 2010
                            I have made Puppy Chow for a number of years and I usually don't use butter when melting the chocolate chips and peanut butter but may try that the next time. I use Golden Graham's instead of Chex Cereal and I think it has a much better taste like S'mores.
                            • pam polinske
                              July 13, 2010
                              oh for God sakes you can eat anything Nancy in moderations and send them outside to bike ride fly a kite swing not a big deal.... only for kids who are unactive or couch potatoes Nancy ONiell I will eat and enjoy life and be a kid for God sakes.
                              • Nancy ONeill
                                May 22, 2010
                                Wow, not sure I would want my kid eating 847 calories for snack!
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                                • Hai
                                  October 16, 2010
                                  You can find ingredients for a lot less calories.
                                  • Nina
                                    November 24, 2010
                                    I think these calories are for the entire receipe, not just one serving; so it would be 847 divided by 6 for the servings, so 141 is really not too bad!
                                  • Nicole Graham
                                    October 31, 2008
                                    I have not had puppy chow since I was a kid. Can't wait to make some again!! Love this stuff!

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