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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Christmas cookie exchange



My friend Sarah from Short Stop is hosting a Christmas Cookie Exchange today.  Sarah is an excellent cook and baker, and if you've never visited her blog, you're in for a treat!  She's been posting several of her favorite Christmas Cookie recipes and today she is asking us to share one of our favorite Christmas treats.
The recipe I'm sharing has been a standard in our house for quite a few years.  It's easy to make and so tasty!  Hope you enjoy it too!



Christmas Mix
3 cups cheerios
2 cups corn chex
3 cups rice chex
2 cups pretzels
1/2 pound M & M's
1 pound white chocolate

Stir together dry ingredients. Melt white chocolate and pour over cereal mix. Stir together and pour out onto waxed paper. Let cool and break apart.
 
Now head over to Sarah's and see what goodies other people have shared!

15 comments:

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

ummmmmm!

TJ said...

I have tried the white chocolate over pop corn, cereal and nuts but your's looks better. I might just try it to give to neighbors. Thanks for posting.

Melinda said...

Yum that looks sooo good!

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Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

I am so.far.behind! I even missed a cookie swap.
Thank you for your sweet words Mari~ I appreciate them more than you can know.

Hootin' Anni said...

This looks really tasty!!!

Mark and Christine said...

Looks good!

Simply Sara said...

Yup, that looks like something my crew would devour!
Thanks for the recipe :)

LifeAtTheCircus.com said...

My mom always makes this at Christmas time... sometimes she mixes mint M&Ms with the regular ones... great recipe...thanks for sharing! And Merry Christmas!

SnoWhite said...

wow, does that look wonderful. And without nuts too... this might just make an appearance at our place.

M. Mcgough said...

Can I tell you how much my little man would love this? Oh My.

{ jamie } said...

Yummy! Love the idea of this kind of cookie swap!

A Stone Gatherer said...

Mari, Bekah and I are going to make this! It sounds so yummy!!!

Karla @ Ramblin' Roads said...

This looks yummy! I printed out the recipe to try it.

Sande said...

What a novel idea! Don't have half those cereal's over here but can surely improvize

Jennifer said...

Anna must be following your blog. She cut and pasted the recipe with the picture into an email and asked me if we could make it Saturday. We did and it was yummy.
Smiles!