This recipe is just in time for Valentine’s Day. Yeah, I know we have a few weeks, but I wanted to squeak this in before Super Bowl Sunday too. Just in case you need ONE MORE snack on your table.
And this snack is super easy. Yesterday, two of my friends, Sally and Nikki posted puppy chow. Coincidence that I was making this? I think not! Sally and Nikki both have several varieties on their site, be sure to check them out!
Puppy Chow is a treat I remember my mom making for us as kids! We wouldn’t wait for the chocolate center to cool, we would dig right in. And warm puppy chow is actually quite tasty. This cherry flavored treat is no exception.
I used a small package of Sugar Free JELL-O Cherry gelatin mix to flavor my white candy coating. Once that was all melted and mixed I poured it over the cereal. Stir it up for a minute until everything is coated then pour it into a ziploc gallon sized bag with your powdered sugar. Shake it up. Then shake it up again (just to be sure). Pour it onto a foil lined baking sheet (for easy clean up) and add sprinkles. Serve in a big bowl!
Gift it to your favorite Valentine! I love using Mason Jars for gift giving. But you can also use cellophane bags. Attach a cute tag and ribbon and you are ready to go!
Love the Cherry Vanilla Combo?
Then you will probably love this Cherry Vanilla Caramel Corn! As if caramel corn isn’t a treat on it’s own, I covered this in white chocolate and added some Cherry m&m candies!
Cherry Pound Cake Bites: These were so incredibly delicious and gorgeous to serve! Plus they freeze REALLY well.
Baked Cherry Donuts with Vanilla Glaze: clearly I love this flavor…and these baked donuts are ready from start to finish in under 30 minutes!
Ready for my favorite Valentine cookies? Vanilla Thumbprints with Cherry Buttercream. One cookie is never enough!
Vanilla Bean and Cherry Swirled Icebox Cookies: these are awesome to make and freeze ahead of time. When ready to eat, slice and bake fresh!
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