What’s the Project? This Christmas muddy buddies recipe is so good you won’t be able to stop eating it. It’s great for holiday parties. Package it up cute and you’ve got a cute and yummy holiday gift for the season as well!
This project combines a few things that I love.
First of all, I love all things chocolate but make it muddy buddies and I am a real goner! I made these Candy Cane Christmas Muddy Buddies and just love how they turned out so I will share the recipe with you.
Second, I packaged them up all cute with glittery tags and ribbon and fun containers. All this while listening to Christmas music and my kids “helping” me makes for a fun project!
Chocolate Candy Cane Crunch Christmas Muddy Buddies:
So much fun making these and packaging them up! Aren’t they cute?! Here’s another version:
You can use this packaging for any treat or small gift you are taking to neighbors or friends this holiday season! It’s so easy to make and turns out so cute. Let me show you a little bit about what I did!
Chocolate Candy Cane Muddy Buddies Recipe:Print
Christmas Muddy Buddies Recipe & Gift Idea
This Christmas muddy buddies recipe is so good you won’t be able to stop eating it. It’s great for holiday parties. Package it up cute and you’ve got a cute and yummy holiday gift for the season as well!
- 9 C Rice Chex
- 2 C milk chocolate chips
- 3/4 tsp peppermint extract
- 1 1/2 C powdered sugar
- Crushed candy canes
- Holiday M&Ms
Measure your Chex cereal into a large bowl.
Melt your chocolate chips in the microwave. Stir every 30 seconds or so until they are combined and melted.
Pour chocolate mixture on Chex cereal and stir until evenly coated. Add peppermint extract and stir in.
Add powdered sugar and crushed candy canes and mix. If your bowl has a lid, put it on and shake.
Stir in M&Ms and you’re done!
Cute Christmas Treat Packaging Ideas:
I just grabbed some fun supplies at the craft store and had fun putting together some options. Here’s some of what I used:
- Fry containers and the red boxes (LOVE!)
- Glitter Tags
- Snowflake cutouts
- Baker’s Twine
- Peal and Stick Labels and Stickers
Then I just put it all together. You just need some glue to attach things. I used hot glue. You can probably also use craft glue.
Here are some samples of what I did. And let me tell you, my boys were also involved in this and loved it! So simple and turns out so pretty!
I made a variety of the fry boxes with fun embellishments like snowflake cutouts and ribbon:
Also, I used some of the stickers from the set to decorate these: (That little snowman is a sticker.)
And I made these little glitter gift tags. Anything with glitter wins me over:
Now, packed this up cute and take it to a friend!
I hope you love making, eating, and giving this Christmas muddy buddies mix!
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