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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Halloween Crack



This recipe comes from a blog called Scrambled Henfruit and was originally called Candy Corn Crunch. I have renamed the recipe Halloween Crack for two reasons: (1) because the first time I was trying to explain this recipe to someone that was the first name that came to mind (2) the amount of sugar that is found is the recipe is actually nauseating. However...regardless of the amount of sugar due to all of the delicious ingredients, this recipe was so delicious I couldn't stop myself from eating it.

Ingredients:
-1 lb. almond bark candy coating or white chocolate
-14 Oreos, broken into pieces
-1 and 1/2 cups pretzels, broken- I used the thin straight ones
-1 cup candy corn
-1/2 cup peanuts
-1/4 cup Reeses Pieces
-1/2 cup Peanut M&Ms (fall colors)
-Halloween sprinkles


Break up the Oreos and place them on a foil lined baking sheet.
Layer the pretzels and half of the candy corn onto the pan.
Melt the chocolate and pour it over the first layer.
Spread with a spatula to cover all of the ingredients. 
Top with M&M's, Reese's Pieces, more candy corn and Halloween sprinkles. 
Refrigerate until hard. 
Break into pieces and eat! 
This recipe was good and surprisingly didn't taste too sweet. The pretzels and the peanuts help to balance out all of the sweet with some salty and the colors make this a really nice recipe for Halloween/fall.

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