I’m Lovin’ all of the Valentine’s fun in the kitchen. Recipes can be involved, but don’t have to be in order to have fun! This month we are featuring Valentine’s Kid fun recipes that are all no-bake & easy to make. What should you check out? This scrumptiously simple Valentine’s Party Snack Mix. This recipe is certain to make any classroom party deliciously yummy. There are steps that will include children of all ages.
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Valentine’s Snack Party Mix by Jodie Fitz
6 cups of corn or rice Chex cereal
1 cup dark or milk chocolate morsels
1 cup white chocolate morsels
3 cups Price Chopper mini twist fat free pretzels
Pink and/or red sprinkles
Valentine’s M&M’s mix
Place 3 cups of the cereal into a glass bowl. Melt the dark or milk chocolate on high in a glass bowl in the microwave for one minute. Stir until the chocolate is fully melted. Pour it over the cereal and stir until the cereal is coated with the chocolate. Spread the mixture onto a baking sheet lined with waxed paper and let it set until the chocolate has hardened in a cool place.
Repeat the same process with the additional 3 cups of cereal & the white chocolate. After spreading it onto the waxed paper sprinkle it with pink sprinkles and then let it set until the chocolate has hardened.
In a large bowl stir together the pretzels, vanilla covered Chex cereal, the chocolate covered Chex cereal & the M&M’s.
Note: Sometimes, you have to break apart the chocolate covered cereals a bit after they have set depending on the way they are spread before you add them into the larger mix.
Serving Fun: When serving this recipe for class parties, pour them into decorative cupcake liners.