mint chocolate puppy chow
By alin114 on December 08, 2013
After a few months after it came out in theaters, yesterday I finally rented Monsters University on DVD. Has anyone else seen it? The first one was perhaps my favorite Pixar movie ever, so naturally I've been itching to watch the prequel to it ever since it came out. I absolutely loved it and thought little Mike Wozowski was the cutest thing ever. I swear I'm just a 12 year old kid in a 27-year-old body....
After lounging around in my PJs all day yesterday, I finally mustered enough energy to go to Kowalski's to return it last night. You know you're in the medical field when you say "let me go upstairs and change into something 'normal' real quick" before going to store, means changing into a pair of scrub pants. Not yoga pants, not jeans... scrubs. Apparently it's what I now consider "normal" attire.
I didn't even notice it until Brian laughed and pointed that out to me at the store. In my defense, I've been wearing scrubs 5-6 days a week for the past 8 weeks. I go to work, I wear scrubs. I go to class, I wear scrubs. I go run errands and grocery shop after work, I'm in scrubs. I don't really go anywhere else so I don't get to wear a whole lot of "normal people" clothes anymore. On my day off, I don't really go places so I stay in my PJs.
Since it's December and December marks the official start of the Christmas season, it's only right for:
1. Hanging up Christmas decorations around the house.... (Bentley - @boxerbentley on Instagram - helped hang Christmas lights)
2. The first post of December to be something that involved mint and chocolate.
News flash: I'm obsessed with anything that involved mint and chocolate. Every year when stores stock their shelves up with anything mint chocolate, I go crazy and start hoarding all things mint chocolate, enough to last me for the next 11 months. Candy cane coffee, mint M&Ms, peppermint M&Ms, candy cane Oreos, peppermint bark, Andes peppermint candies, all kinds of mint chocolate baking chips, Dove mint chocolates... you name it, I probably have it in my cupboard.
This recipe is made in the similar manner I made my pumpkin spice puppy chow back in November - seasonal Hershey's Kisses mint truffles melted down, poured over gluten free chocolate Chex, coated with powdered sugar. It's sweet, minty, and really addicting! They're so addicting that I'm bringing some to work today to share so I don't eat 5738293 grams of sugar in two days....
Along with being delicious, this recipe is also super easy to make. It only requires 3 ingredients! Three! And there are only about 3 steps to the whole thing as well. From start to finish, it took me less than 30 minutes to make. No baking, no cooling, and not a whole lot of measuring.
Yep, you're welcome :)
If you've been following my blog since the beginning of time, you'll know that I'm a fan of puppy chow... here are a few other versions for you to try!
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