Pumpkin Spice Checked Cereal

Introduction: Pumpkin Spice Checked Cereal

About: Hi! If you can guess by my username, my name is Ellena, and I love cooking and baking more than anything in the world besides reading! I am pretty new to Instructables, and so far I have posted in the Pumpkin …

This is a family favorite in our house, and we bring it to every Thanksgiving and Halloween dinner. We like it because it's just the right amount of spice, but it's not super duper spicy. The kids love it, and we always find them sneaking their fingers inside the bag. I hope that you guys enjoy it!

Supplies

You Will Need:
5 cups of Cinnamon checked cereal
5 cups of Honey Nut checked cereal
20 oz vanilla almond bark
4 T of pumpkin spice/pumpkin pie spice
2 t nutmeg
2 t allspice
1 T cinnamon
1 cup powdered sugar
A large paper bag

Step 1: Melt Almond Bark

Using a microwave or double boiler, melt all of the almond bark. If you are using the microwave, heat for 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between. Should equal about a minute and a half.

Step 2: Add All of the Spices

Add ALL of the spices to the melted almond bark, and mix very well. If you want, you can also add cloves. I just didn't happen to have any on hand.

Step 3: Pour Mixture on Cereal

In a large enough bowl, mix together the cereal and spice mixture. Make sure to get all of the chocolate that settles on the bottom!

Step 4: Shake It!!

As soon as it is entirely mixed, put into a large paper bag. Add your cup of powdered sugar, and shake it until everything is coated!

Step 5: Enjoy!!

Ready to eat straight from the bag! You can add candy corn if you want it to pop! Fun and easy to make, enjoy your fun seasonal treat!!

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    ellygibson
    ellygibson

    1 year ago

    This looks delicious!