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    • 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.

    • Jill (Davis)Canada

      Christmas white trash mix

    • Michele Pietrzak

      Christmas Trash mix. Can be modified for other holidays (i.e. Easter, Halloween) by changing the color of the M Yummy.

    • 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.

    • Terry Yaceyko

      Christmas Mix - One of my favorite Christmas snacks!

    • Jennifer Sartor

      I am going stop baking and go ahead and post my Christmas White Trash recipe. I have had several request for the recipe and it is so quick and easy to make. This trash is an all time family favorite. I make it for, Valentine's, Easter, and whenever there is something to celebrate. The basic recipe for the trash is the same each time. I just change the color of the M&Ms for what we are celebrating. For Valentine's I use the cute pink, red, and white M & Ms. This makes a great treat to give as gifts in little holiday bags also. Christmas White Trash 24 oz. vanilla flavored candy coating (almond bark) 6 cups Kellogg's Crispix cereal 3 cups Christmas shaped pretzels 16 oz. M&M'S Peanut Butter Chocolate Candies, or Peanut Chocolate Candies, or Plain Chocolate Candies in Christmas Colors In a medium microwave safe bowl, melt chocolate in the microwave for 2-4 minutes at 30 SECOND intervals until chocolate is melted; set aside. In a large bowl, add cereal, pretzels, and M&Ms. Pour melted chocolate over the cereal mixture. Using a large spatula to fold all together making sure not to break up the cereal to much. Once all the mixture is coated real well with the chocolate, pour out onto a table lined with waxed paper. Once cooled, break up into piece and store in an air tight container.

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