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Sweet Snack Mix

"'Friends of ours from Texas gave us this recipe that they call 'Texas Trash',' writes Maureen Di Napoli of Hopkinton, Masachusetts. 'We think the white chocolate-coated mixture of crunchy cereal, pretzels and nuts is the best 'trash' we've ever had!'"
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30 m servings
Original recipe yields 11 servings

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  1. In a large bowl, combine the cereal, pretzels and nuts; set aside. In a microwave-safe bowl, heat the chips at 70% power for 1 minute; stir. Microwave 30-45 seconds longer or until chips are melted; stir until smooth. Immediately pour over the cereal mixture and toss to coat evenly. Spread on waxed paper-lined baking sheets to cool; bread into pieces.


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This ROCKS. I used slivered almonds in place of the pecans, because noone in this house likes them. One batch is gone already and I just made it LAST NIGHT! This is a fun recipe to include your ...

Great recipie!My grandmother from Texas makes this as well,only diffrence is she uses captain crunch,awsome treat!We call it trash though.Yummy trash!

I made this for "girls night" this weekend. I was looking for a salty sweet snack that was easy to make, not messy to eat, and goes well with girl talk and drinks! This was perfect! We ate it al...

This snack lives up to its title, as it is very sweet. I really liked the addition of the honey graham cereal in this. I've never used that in a mix before. I also added honey nut Cheerios an...

This is easy to make, and easy to adjust to your personal tastes. I gave some to friends for Christmas and they all asked for more.

Yummy! This recipe seems to be identical (except for the peanuts) to the "White Trash" snack mix sold at the Outer Banks in North Carolina, but it's a lot cheaper to make your own! I added the...

SO good. I tried it with white almond bark and chocolate almond bark, and both are excellent. For the nuts I use one cup of honey roasted peanuts and one cup of cashews.

This is a great recipe for getting a sweet, crispy snack mix. I followed it exactly until I wanted to sprinkle in more taste. After drizzling and mixing in the honey/butter I added 1 tablespoo...

Love this stuff! Also tried making it with white almond bark and it turned out just as yummy as the original recipe with white chocolate chips. My mom makes a similar recipe by the name of "Sa...