Puppy Chow Made Better
Puppy chow: A chocolate-coated, peanut butter-infused, powdered sugar-doused cereal treat that's nearly impossible to resist. These mouthwatering recipes for puppy chow come together in less than 10 minutes and make a chocolately, crunchy, and perfectly-portable snack. Store mix in an airtight container for up to 1 week.
You can't go wrong with the classic trio of chocolate, peanut butter, and powdered sugar. This recipe comes together in less than 10 minutes and is always a fan-favorite treat.
Triple-Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Puppy Chow
Why settle for basic puppy chow when you can make Triple-Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Puppy Chow? This recipe is a staff favorite. Sweet, creamy, and slightly salty, it's guaranteed to be your new, go-to way to make the classic chocolate-cereal treat.
Birthday Cake Puppy Chow
Sprinkles and white chocolate are the only mix-ins you need to create this birthday cake-inspired treat. Sugary-sweet, colorful, and fun, it makes an easy, portable snack for a birthday party or holiday celebration. Pro tip: For a festive July 4 treat, use red, white, and blue sprinkles instead. You can change up the colors for any holiday.
Snickerdoodle Puppy Chow
A simple cinnamon-sugar mixture tops this variation on classic puppy chow for a treat reminiscent of freshly-baked cookies. Add to Mason jars with a tag and bow, and you've got a gift-able Holiday snack.
Mocha Puppy Chow
A teaspoon of instant espresso powder and rich dark chocolate morsels are all that's needed to add depth and a slight coffee-flavoring to classic puppy chow.
Cookies and Cream Puppy Chow
4 ingredients are all that's standing between you and this delicious treat made with white chocolate morsels and plenty of Oreo cookies. We cut back on the powdered sugar here because the white chocolate adds plenty of sweetness. If you're feeling Parent Trap vibes--add 1/2 cup of melted creamy peanut butter to the melted white chocolate.
S’mores Puppy Chow
You'll think you're making Rice Krispies treats (albeit with significantly less mallows) as you're melting the marshmallows and butter on the stove for S'mores Puppy Chow. The powdered sugar and crushed graham crackers cover the stickiness of the coated cereal so you don't end up with one gigantic sticky mess. If you're a peanut butter lover, you can also sneak in 1/2 cup of melted peanut butter right after you coat the cereal with the marshmallow mixture.