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  • Kimberly H

    Time for some CHRISTMAS WHITE TRASH so I'm gathering my ingredients: In very large bowl dump 6 cups Crispix Cereal, 3 cups pretzels, 16 oz your fav M's plain or peanut butter. Set aside and melt 24 oz white almond bark in microwave. Drizzle melted bark and fold into the cereal mix with spatula then pour out and press to flatten on waxed paper. When firmly set break into serving chunks and store as you please. I usually put mine in small zip bags with bows for Christmas treats.

  • Keisha Guinn

    Christmas white trash!! Opposite of puppy chow!

  • Jennifer Ruggieri Buck

    Christmas snack food! Christmas White Trash

  • Miranda Morgan

    "Christmas White Trash- seriously the bomb. for gifts with cute containers. I use almond bark, chex mix, pretzels, m, peanut butter chips, cashews, marshmallows, raisins...pretty much anything i can think of to throw in. Even thrown in butterscotch crumbles a time or two.

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