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Bunny Chow

White chocolate coated kettle corn, chex, and M&M Easter eggs {aka Bunny Chow}!

I love everything about this super quick and simple Easter snack mix! It only takes a few ingredients and few minutes to throw together, and it’s super cute and completely addicting. My family hasn’t been able to keep their hands out of this stuff!

You can, of course, change this up and make adjustments to fit your own personal tastes better. But for me, this is some of my favorite stuff! Chex cereal, kettle corn (store bought, although you could certainly make your own), and speckled Easter egg M&Ms all coated in white chocolate. It’s a seriously winning combination!

White chocolate coated kettle corn, chex, and M&M Easter eggs {aka Bunny Chow}!

Bunny Chow

Chex cereal, kettle corn, and speckled Easter egg M&Ms all coated in white chocolate. It's a seriously winning combination!

Ingredients:

4 cups kettle corn

5 cups rice Chex cereal

2 cups plain M&Ms (Easter eggs if available)

12 ounces white melting chocolate (like Wilton or Ghirardelli)

Directions:

Pour the kettle corn and cereal into a large bowl.

Melt the white melting candy according to the directions on the package. Once melted and smooth, pour over the cereal and kettle corn. Use a large rubber spatula to gently stir and coat everything well.

Add the M&Ms to the bowl and gently stir to coat.

Spread mixture on a large nonstick surface (like a silicone baking mat or parchment paper) to allow to cool and harden (10-20 minutes).

Break into pieces for serving or packaging.

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Ashton Swank

Ashton is the owner and author of Something Swanky. Although first and foremost a wife and mother, she considers herself an online entrepreneur, freelance writer and photographer, and brand ambassador. Her focus is in food styling, food photography and recipe development.

5 comments on “Bunny Chow”

  1. I would go to toooown on this bunny chow, Ashton! It looks so gorgeous and fabulous. I want! Pinning :)

  2. YUM! This looks fantastic! And so easy to grab handful after handful!! 

  3. Whenever there is chow around, I can’t resist. Kettle corn is a total guilty pleasure for me and so I think that I will be making this very soon. :D

  4. Bunny Chow…I love it :) Kettle Corn is one of those things that I can devour without even realizing how much I’ve eaten :)

  5. This bunny chow looks incredible. So fun and delicious for Easter!

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