Emmy and I are going to share our Christmas Crack Recipe with you guys.
Spoiler Alert – It’s called Christmas Crack because it’s addicting. Just one bite will NOT be enough! Two years ago, our friends dropped off some of this yumminess for a Christmas gift and we could not get over how good it was. Over the last two years, Emmy and I have added some caramel bugles and pretzels to the mix and aptly named it Christmas Crack. it’s the perfect dish to set out at all hour holiday parties but it also can be made in bulk and given as Christmas goodie bags to your friends, neighbors, and family members.
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Oh! And did I mention this recipe can be made year round. Just change out the M&M’s to match your season – orange and black for Halloween, Spring colored for Easter, etc… and you can make Halloween crack, Easter crack, and just whatever type of CRACK you need for your special occasion!
- 6 cups Golden Grahams
- 1 package Caramel Bugles
- 1 cup Salted Peanuts
- 1 cup pretzels
- 3 cups melted white chocolate chips
- 1 10 oz bag Christmas M & M's
- Mix all the dry ingredients together. Pour the white chocolate over the top and stir well. Pour out onto wax paper and allow to dry until the mixture hardens. Break into pieces and put on a serving tray!