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This makes an easy snack. Can add a few drops of red or green food coloring for Christmas. Our great-grandson took these in baggies for a school treat for his class.

Ingredients

1 pound white almond bark
2/3 cup creamy peanut butter
1 box (14-1/2 ounces) Honeycomb cereal

Instructions

Melt peanut butter and almond bark, carefully. Pour over cereal, mix well until coated. Spread onto two greased cookie sheets. Cool completely, break up and store in airtight container. Makes 20 cups.

Pauline Robinson
Aledo



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