Tennessee Trash

Tennessee Trash Recipe

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Darlene Sweet


Great snack staple!! Holiday candies can be changed to make "Reindeer Munch" (Christmas/red/green); "Leprichaun Loot" (St. Patrick's Day; "Bunny Trail Mix" (Easter); etc.

Also--great gift idea in decorative tins or jars!


★★★★★ 3 votes

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40 Min


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  • 1/2 pkg
    pretzel sticks
  • 1 jar(s)
    salted peanuts
  • 4 c
    corn chex cereal
  • 4 c
    rice chex cereal
  • 1/2 pkg
    white almond bark
  • 3 c
    m & ms

How to Make Tennessee Trash


  1. In large microwavable mixing bowl, melt almond bark. Heat for 60 seconds. Remove from microwave, stir. If needed, continue melting in 30 - 60 second intervals until completely melted. Stir until smooth.
  2. In another large bowl, combine both cereals, pretzels and peanuts. Add candy and toss gently to even distribute.
  3. Pour melted chocolate over dry mixture. Stir gentle until evenly covered.
  4. Pour coated mixture out on wax-papered cookie sheet. Place in freezer for 20 - 30 minutes to set.
  5. Remove from freezer, and gently break apart.
  6. Store in air-tight container or tin. Enjoy!

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Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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