Sunday, July 22, 2012

Cake Batter Puppy Chow!

This recipe is in honor of my very good friend Brandon who is currently serving the United States Air Force in Afghanistan. This week is his birthday! I've been thinking hard about how I could send him a little piece of home to put a smile on his face, somehow I think a birthday cake wouldn't travel very well. I started searching for different kinds of "birthday cake" or "cake batter" flavored treats and I found this little gem on Six Sisters' Stuff (Seriously love their blog, check it out when you have time): http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/2012/02/chex-funfetti-cake-batter-buddies.html 

I've had very good luck in the past with shipping puppy chow (Or "muddy buddies" as Chex refers to them) to my boys overseas so I instantly knew this would be a hit. It was really easy to put together and the taste is out-of-this-world good :-) Even if you are lucky enough to celebrate your birthday (or any day really) stateside I recommend trying this concoction. It is awesome! Can't wait for him to get it- I know it's not the same as a real cake, but it sure tastes like licking a big 'ol bowl of cake batter.

I used "Funfetti" cake mix because I wanted the little sprinkles in the mix, but any flavor of cake mix would work in this recipe.
 UPDATE: I have had a couple of readers inform me that they have used melted frosting in place of the melted chocolate with great success.  If you have frosting on hand try heating in the microwave in 15-20 second intervals (it will melt FAST) until desired consistency and mix with cereal in place of melted white chocolate. Hope this helps!

TIP: I have had many readers having issues melting the chocolate- I add the butter and heavy cream because it thins it out and makes it easier for me to mix. The Butter and Heavy Cream are NOT necessary, you can use the chocolate alone and coat the cereal with the melted chocolate if that is easier for you. :-)

Ingredients:
1 Box corn Chex cereal (The big box, about 10 cups of cereal)
1 12 oz. bag of white chocolate chips
1 Tbsp. butter
1 Tbsp. Heavy Cream
3 Cups cake mix
1 Cup powdered sugar

Step 1: Create a double broiler to melt the chocolate chips in- just a pot filled with about an inch of water, topped with a glass bowl (that fits in the pot but doesn't touch the water) and the heat on medium-high. You can melt the chocolate in the microwave if you'd prefer but I always use the double broiler method because burnt chocolate is the worst! And it burns so easily.
Pot filled with about 1 inch of water
Glass bowl in the pot- but the bottom of the bowl doesn't touch the water!
Step 2: Put the white chocolate chips, butter, and cream into the bowl in the double broiler and stir until melted.
Step 3: Pour the cereal into a large mixing bowl and add the melted white chocolate mixture. Stir to combine, making sure the cereal is all coated.

Step 4: Transfer chocolate- chex mix to a large tupperware container or to 2 smaller ones (that's what I did). 
Step 5: In a separate bowl combine cake mix and powdered sugar. Top chex with cake mixture, put the top on the tupperware (TIGHTLY) and shake, shake, shake!
The result- Cake batter covered chex cereal :-) YUM! Store in an airtight container.



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98 comments:

  1. You use 3 cups of cake mix compared to the 1 1/2 in the original recipe. Wont that make it awfully sweet? I want to make this, like tonight. Or ASAP, but now I dont know which recipe to go by. And you say, "a box of corn chex". Which box? Big box? Small box? How many ounces? HELP ME PLEASE!

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    1. Any box of chex works

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    2. It says on the recipe (the big box) and you will probobly have a little bit of cake mix left at the bottom of your container

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  2. Good questions Michelle! I should have been more specific... I used the big box of chex didn't write down the oz.s but it had about 10 cups of cereal- the original recipe on six sisters only called for 5 cups of cereal which is why I double the cake mix amount. If you only use 5 cups of cereal 3 cups of cake mix will be way too much lol.

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  3. could you do this with milk chocolate and red velvet cake mix or would it turn out all funky

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    1. I think that that would be delish. I might also try white chocolate chips with some cream cheese melted in and the red velvet cake mix :-) To mimic like a cream cheese frosting/ red velvet combo! Let me know if you try it how it comes out!

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  4. Uh, this stuff is dangerous...just sayin' I made it with strawberry cake mix, milk chocolate chips and almond milk instead of cream (didn't have any). I'm afraid I might eat it all tonight, by myself. I also used generic crispix because that's what I had on hand. I'm going to put some in a baggie to hide away so I can get it sent to my little cousin who is in A training in the Navy. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this stuff!!

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    1. Girl, I KNOW! When I finished my batch I IMMEDIATELY packed them into the tupperwares and into the boxes I was sending out so I would take my hands out of the bag. I saved myself a small container so I could enjoy some too, but I knew that if I had it all at my disposal it would be GONE. lol the strawberry cake mix- chocolate mix sounds awesome. I might try that one next round...Thanks for stopping by Laurie!

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    2. Thanks for your comment. I'm allergic to dairy & it's great to know Almond milk works for this! I'm also going to try half of the chocolate chips as regular chocolate

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  5. this didnt work for me, I tried to melt the chocolate 3 times 2 times in the microwave and once using the double broiler method and all the times it got frosting consistency...i dont know what im doing wrong

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    1. I am so sorry to hear that! Melting chocolate can be a beast trust me, this is why I recommended the double broiler method as opposed to microwave because that usually works for me. Some tips:
      Make sure your bowl and your utensils are DRY before you start, any water in the bowl or the utensil will make the chocolate seize, not good.
      Melt it slowly over low heat, don't rush it, chocolate is sensitive!
      Stir FREQUENTLY. Once the chocolate starts to melt it will need to be stirred so it will all melt evenly.
      I hope this helps. I did find this page:
      http://candy.about.com/od/workingwithchocolate/a/meltchocolate.htm
      It's a really good reference for basic melting chocolate. Hope you can figure it out, I know wasted chocolate sucks!

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    2. make sure you are using fresh chocolate chips.As they age in the pantry they dry out and do not want to melt well. We also have a candy and cake supply store nearby and the chocolate discs melt beautifully without having to add butter or cream they come in white, milk and dark chocolate.

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    3. Puppy Chow freezes very well. I always make about 4 batches at a time and freeze it in Gallon size zipper bags. I even sometimes eat it frozen. Love the added crunch.

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    4. ooooh Yum I have never frozen it before, but that sounds delicious! I love frozen chocolate, I'm thinking that could be right up my alley :) Thanks for the idea!

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  6. I was wondering if melted can frosting would work in place of the melted chips?

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    1. Good question, I would think yes you probably could. When you melt frosting it becomes super thin- more like a glaze so I would suggest microwaving at like 30 sec intervals until you get the desired consistency. Let me know if you do use frosting how the results turn out! Good luck!

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    2. Just made the puppy chow with a tub of melted vanilla frosting (microwaved for 30 seconds) and then mixed it with my cereal. I then sifted the white cake mix and powdered sugar together and shook it into the cereal mix. Came out great. Haven't tried it the other way, but this worked wonderful for me and easy clean up too.

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    3. That's great news! Thanks for sharing, I'm sure this tip will come in handy for a couple people :-)

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    4. I you use frosting, you have to eat it all before the end of the day or the chex get really soggy.

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    5. I made this last night with the addition of sprinkles. It was wonderful. My mother, who is a pastry chef, taught me about melting white chocolate. You need to do it EXTREMELY slow and at a very low temperature because white chocolate has the lowest cacao content and is therefore very difficult to melt without burning/separating.
      If you do mess up, the chocolate will look like a thick frosting and remain at that state. This means that you have gotten the chocolate too hot. You can still salvage it! Remove from heat and continue to stir as you add cold heavy cream. If the chocolate seems to be 'crying' or releasing a clear/any color fluid, add Karo Corn Syrup. Glucose for some reason binds the chocolate back together. If at this point, the chocolate is smooth and uniform, you may use it. You may reheat it very slowly if needed, but do not expect a liquid consistency. It should drip, but will not have the consistency of a chocolate fondue dip.

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  7. I melted the white chocolate 4 different times and every time the butter and cream would seperate and I would not have it as a liquid. When I just melted the chocolate it was just fine, so I need help. I promised my kids this...

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    1. Oh no! I am so sorry to hear that. I didn't have any issues with the butter and cream separating, but I know that there are different factors involved. The butter and cream aren't NECESSARY to the chocolate mixture, they just help me melt my chocolate faster. If you aren't having any issues melting the chocolate alone I would recommend just melting the chocolate by itself and covering the cereal with the melted chocolate- no butter or cream. Your results should still be fantastic. If you are still having issues melting chocolate check out:
      http://candy.about.com/od/workingwithchocolate/a/meltchocolate.htm
      It's a really good reference point for the basics. Hope this helps!

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    2. Add a very little bit of milk!

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    3. Melt the butter first, then add the chocolate.

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    4. why does everyone keep saying puppy chow??? wth

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    5. Thats what we call it here in Wisco! :)

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  8. I had same trouble with the chocolate so in a ditch effort to not waste treating this awesome recipe I used about half a can of vanilla frosting , I heated it in microwave for 15-20 seconds then poured it over cereal . It worked great and by the time we finished shaking it looked like you picture and tasted awesome , thank you for sharing your recipe :)!

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    1. Thanks for sharing Shortie! That is very good news. I am going to add your tip at the bottom of the recipe as an addendum for other readers who may have frosting on hand! :-)

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  9. You may have already tried this, but in the version I grew up making I mixed milk chocolate and peanut butter together in the double boiler and tossed with powdered sugar. If you haven't tried it, you totally should! Super tasty :)

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    1. Yes! The traditional pb-choc puppy chow is what inspired me to branch out to other puppy chow flavors, but I think the PB-choc might always be my fave :-) It also travels EXTREMELY well if you ever decide to ship any :):)!

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  10. I just made this today, but used devil's food cake and milk chocolate chips. It is awesome sauce! I immediately filled up a large baggy for my neighbor, otherwise I will eat it all.

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    1. Girrrrrl I am with you there. When I made it I tupperwared them up and sent them out, or else I would have inhaled a very unladylike amount. The devils food cake + milk choc combo sounds delicious as well! Kudos! :-)

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  11. I had the same trouble melting the white chocolate chips. The first try separated and turned into a gummy mess with butter liquid on top. I read that I was heating the choc. too fast. So, after a second trip to the grocery store, I melted the butter first and then added the choc. chips. It was melting just fine until I added the cream. Instantly, it turned on me. I would recommend adding to your recipe that the cream and butter are not necessary so it saves someone else an unnecessary trip to the store. Otherwise this recipe should be pretty easy. Thank you.

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    1. I will most definitely add that, thanks Emily!

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  12. Just made this, SO GOOD and SO RICH. White chocolate is not my thing I have discovered, but I am glad to share with my friends and neighbors. :) I did half the recipe - I couldn't figure out how to split my chocolate chips in half, so I did half cup choc chips, and 3/4 tblsp butter. I realized too late that I did not have heavy cream, so I used half and half to texture. It took a while for consistency to come out - the butter seperated at first, but turned down heat and kept stirring away, it finally came together.
    Thanks for the recipe, I am glad to have tried it!

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    1. Yay! So glad it came out good for you! I'm actually not a white chocolate fan usually either- give me the choice between white chocolate and milk chocolate and I'm choosing milk chocolate every. single. time. But in this, for me the white chocolate in this is a really good complement- plus it keeps it that pretty color :-) Isn't the presentation what really matters anyway? ;) Just stopped by your blog- your fam is SO cute! Thanks for stopping by Brown Family!

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  13. Are the 3 cups of cake mix from one box or multiple boxes?

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  14. We call puppy chow "crack" in our house !! Between my daughter & myself , we can't get enough of it when I do make it ! I can't wait to try this version of it , sounds so good !! Thanks for posting :)

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    1. Lol it really should be called puppy chow "crack"- it's that addictive! Love that. Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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  15. Thanks for the recipe! Just FYI for people having trouble melting the chocolate...I used vanilla almond bark. It melts really well.

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    1. Thanks for the tip! In the Six Sisters recipe I believe they used almond bark as well, I couldn't find it in my local grocery store but I will continue looking for it. :)

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  16. Turned out absolutely perfect !!! Tastes just like a birthday cake !! I'm taking this home to Texas for my daughter !! She'll love it :)

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    1. yay:-) So glad it came out delicious for you! I hope your daughter enjoys it as much as I did :):)

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  17. i used honey chex, butterscotch chips and butter pecan cake mix and it was to die for :)

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    1. wow that sounds delicious! Thanks for the great combo idea :-)

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  18. I think mine needs something salty to offset the sweet, I made the funfetti recipe and I was thinking pretzels or nuts, any suggestions?

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    1. I think pretzels would be amazing in my opinion, but I am a huuuuge chocolate covered pretzel fan so I'm biased! Nuts I'm sure would be amazing too- maybe walnuts? or peanuts? Let me know if you make any salty additions and how that comes out! I bet it'll be delicious!

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  19. I did a test and made half the batch with frosting and the other half white chocolate. Both turned out good, loved the chocolate more. Chocolate was thick when I microwaved it so I used me hands. A little messy and warm but well worth it! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yay! Glad to hear from some one who tried both methods. I assumed the chocolate would work out better, but it's good to hear from some one who actually did both! Thank you for letting me know Laura!

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  20. One thing I did for my husband when he was deployed was send him cake in a jar. Just make up the cake mix like it says on the box, pour it into clean wide mouth mason jars and bake it for about as long as the instructions say to do for cupcakes. Soon as you remove them from the oven (before they get a chance to start cooling) put the lids and rings on the jars. As the hot air cools in the jar it will pull the lid in and seal the jar. My husband loved it and they'll last for a while so you won't have to worry about it spoiling in transit.

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    1. Thanks for the great idea, Sarah! I had some one mention this to me but they didn't give directions. Our anniversary is in 2 weeks and I think I will do a cake jar for his anniversary package :-) I also made a little photo album of our wedding pictures and I'm gonna send him a bunch of his fave things. Thank you so much for the great idea! :-D

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  21. Thanks for the recipe. My daughter is allergic to peanuts so cna't have the regular puppy chow. Excited to try this one.

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    1. This is an awesome alternative to the peanut butter puppy chow! Hope you & your daughter enjoy :-D

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  22. I made this just now... Very delish but I had a lot of cake mix left at the bottom of the container. I had to then sift the cereal and transfer it to a different container. I used the melted frosting, maybe it didn't coat the cereal enough to make it all stick. Either way turned out super good!

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  23. I do not eat peanut butter so my college roommates and I would make the traditional puppy chow without the PB but instead with Nutella. AMAZING! Trust me, they are all PB lovers and they prefer the puppy chow with Nutella! Nutella, butter, choc chips, and powdered sugar. You won't regret it :)

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    1. Oh lord, Nutella puppy chow? Sounds addictive. :-)

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  24. I've never heard of using cake mix when making muddie buddies (or as my family calls it, puppy chow). The recipe I use is way different than this one:

    Puppy Chow

    9 cup Chex
    1 cup chocolate chips
    1/2 cup peanut butter
    1/4 cup butter
    1/4 teaspoon vanilla
    1 1/2 cup powdered sugar


    Put cereal in large bowl. Melt chocolate chips, peanut butter, and butter. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla.
    Pour over Chex cereal, put into a large plastic bag or tupperware container with powdered sugar and shake well to coat.

    Spread mixture evenly on wax paper and allow to cool.


    This recipe is great if you love chocolate and peanut butter. I'm gonna try the other recipe too.

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    1. I do love the original PB & Chocolate version too! Were chocolate and peanut butter not just made for each other? :-) Thank you for stopping by!

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  25. I will have to try this and send to my son who lives in Michigan, he loves the traditional recipe. We have always called this trash, LOL. I know he will love the birthday cake version.

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    1. I'm sure he will love it as much as my overseas boys did :-) Thanks for stopping by! PS: I love the name: trash! It does resemble a heap of trash doesn't it? A tasty heap!

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  26. I just tried making this and mine turned out to be a gooey mess, and the chex got soggy. I tried a few different versions of mixing the mixture with the chex and none came out right. Suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong?

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  27. Don't know if you will see this, but I have a question. I am making a batch to send to my college daughter, but I am worried about melting. Have you had problems with that? Hate for it to arrive in a big clup. Thanks

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    1. I have successfully sent this overseas, twice! It travels very well. My biggest recommendation would be to store it in air-tight containers. I used mason jars! Good luck :-)

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    2. oops, clump, not "clup". Thanks for your reply it's going to be 87 degrees in Texas today, so I was worried about melting, but I will give it ago. I just made the recipe, it's DELICIOUS, must send it away before I make myself sick doing taste testing! Thanks again!

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    3. I hope it works out as well for you as it did for me! I sent it from hot, hot Florida to the even hotter Middle East lol- so Texas should be fine! :-) I did the same thing as you too, I got it out of my house before I gave myself a sugar belly ache! It's too addicting!

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  28. Seriously this was ridiculous to make..... I will never get back the money I put into this thing....
    Double boiler or micro - does not matter this recipe should have been for mashed potatoes not puppy chow because in the end thats would it looked like. Im so done......

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    1. Well, you're just a little ray of sunshine, aren't you?

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  29. This looks amazing! My husband lives puppy chow and im sure he'll love this also!!! Just a side note about the cake in a jar thing, when my husband was in Afghanistan i sent him not only cake in a jar but also brownies and pie in a jar!!! The guys loved them and they didnt last long at all. Next deployment i think im going to try and make banana bread in a jar!!!

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  30. My family loves puppy chow! Im going to have to try this as well. The recipe my family always use is 1 cup of peanut butter, 1 stick of butter and a bag of chocolate chips. The chocolate doesnt burn and gives it a hint of B.P when its done too

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  31. I made this before reading the comments and wished i had read them first! Using butter and cream, like many other commenters, did not work out for me at ALL. I was sure to heat it very slow but the consistency was thick, chunky, and gross. Perhaps i should have used warmed or melted butter rather than just add a pad of cold butter and cold heavy cream. Anyway, i ran to the store, bought the ingredients again, and made with just white chocolate chips and it turned out great.

    Also, i wasnt able to shake because my son was sleeping so i just added the dry mixture right into my chocolate-coated chex and mixed with a mixing spoon and the results were fine. I may have crushed up a few extra chex that way but the mix makes so many its really of no consequence. Thanks!

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  32. I am in the middle of making this recipe now, and have tried melting vanilla chips, turned gross and chucky and thick like a lot of people are saying. tried chocolate chips in the microwave, very disappointed! Any other suggestions out there? Someone mentioned vanilla almond bark - I would imagine this would work better.

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  33. The original recipe on six sisters stuff calls for almond bark (which is made for melting). Use 20oz (10 squares) of vanilla almond bark for this recipe instead of white chocolate chips.

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  34. I don't believe for a second you put cream in it. That is why everyone is having problems. You should also use shortening instead of butter. Any good candy maker knows dairy will go gritty when added to existing chocolate. It does NOT "thin it out" it does the exact opposite. PEOPLE- LEAVE THE CREAM OUT YOU DON'T NEED IT!!! , If it's too thick use a dab of shortening which will actually thin it out nicely.

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    1. I'm sorry, I know it makes sense in your head to add heavy cream, but you ought to rewrite your recipe, a lot of people are wasting their time and money on this post, and it makes me feel bad for them and hate pinterest! On the bright side using rainbow chip batter mix is a great idea, so cute!

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    2. I'm sorry you "don't believe for a second" I added cream, I did. I'm not sure why I would make that up? I'm not a candy maker, I'm a simple home cook- this is a recipe I whipped together for my friend's birthday while he was serving in Afghanistan. I did all of this so quickly that these pictures are literally taken on my Iphone, not even on a real camera. The step- by- step instructions are exactly what I did. If you want to leave a critique on the recipe, by all means- that's what the comment section is for, but please don't be so rude as to accuse me of lying. That's uncalled for. I'm a military wife who's constantly moving and cooking in other people's kitchens- this for example was made in my mother's kitchen, I'm not a professional and I just write about my life. Sorry if that's not what you were looking for.

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    3. his rude ass opinion is not needed or wanted. gtf

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    4. My chocolat seized as soon as I added the cream as well but don't fear just add a Tbsp of shortning for every 6 oz of chocolate and mix until you get the consistency you want. I had to add afew more Tbsp befor my chocolate was where I wanted it to be. My puppy chow turned out perfect!
      Maybe some people should try google before they resort to rudeness. Have a great day!

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  35. EXACTLY people do not need to be mean just because their recipe didn't work and by the way, Brittany (I think is your name) this recipe looks great! Thank-you for taking your time to post this awesome recipe! Thanks once again!

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  37. I think some of the problems melting white chocolate may be the quality of chocolate. It really makes a difference. I also use only "Candy coating" white chocolate which is found in almost every grocery store.

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  38. Its called a double boiler. You kept putting broiler, broil is a setting you can put your oven on.

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  39. Hi so I'm hoping you see this ASAP I have a friend who will be spending Christmas in Afganistán and I wanted to try this out and if good results send it to him. I bought a tin (you know like this Christmas cookie tins) would that be good to send it in?? Pls get back to me soon. thanks in advance

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  40. Thank God somebody said something about the butter and cream seperating or else I would have no idea how to make this work. You should really consider putting that they aren't necessary to the recipe in the directions so people know and don't have to read every single comment to see what to do.

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    1. She does state in big bold red letters that cream and butter are NOT necessary immediately before she lists the ingredients. If you didn't read that, it is not her fault. Pay attention people. Quit criticizing.

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    2. Yes,she does state that in BIG RED PRINT!!

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  41. Just a little tip, when melting white chocolate or any cholocate for that matter do NOT stir it while its melting, it causes the chocolate to become stiff and impossible to work with. Once its close to all melted remove it from the stove and then you can mix it. Pour in over the cereal then. Just thought it might help a little (:

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  42. Boo mine was ruined because the chocolate did not melt properly, i have no idea how anyone makes it work with the cream and butter they shouldn't be part of the recipe! Very disappointed :(

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  43. If I use the melted frosting version, do I eliminate the heavy cream and butter? This may be a stupid question. I'm confused.

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  44. Made this yesterday, and it was wonderful. My only comment was, I tried using the white chips, butter and cream. They would not even melt like that. So I happened to have some White candy melting chocolate that I use when I make White Scramble, so I tossed the other and used it. So much better, the family loved it.

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  45. I would not suggest using frosting! I just made a batch, and while it's still yummy enough to eat, the texture is already kinda soggy on pieces that were too coated. So you'd be best off getting almond bark if you are struggling to melt the chocolate!

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  46. Just finished making this with the butter and 2%milk, as I didn't have heavy cream. Melted perfectly together in a double boiler. I used white chocolate chips. Is a great recipe, but the original will always be my fav :) Thanks for your recipe.

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  47. Read all the comments, made mine last night. The chocolate was too thick so I thinned it with milk and everything turned out perfectly... Or so I thought. Mine was stale when I tried it this morning!!! :( Did the milk make the cereal go stale? So sad :( Whole batch of amazing cake batter down the drain!

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  48. I ended up with frosting. consistency too is cause i used butterscotch chips? I ended up melting some butter and peanut butter together with it and sort of evened it

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  49. This did not work for me. At all. We wasted 3 bags of white chocolate chips and powder sugar and cake mix. The chips would not melt and we put the powder sugar and cake mix all together so that was ruined.

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