Valentine’s Day Recipe- Cereal Mix AKA CUPID LOVE MIX

Who says you can’t have chocolate for breakfast? Well maybe not for breakfast, but when you mix cereal and chocolate it is a combination you can have it for snacks and dessert. Maybe on Valentine’s Day you can indulge for breakfast, it has nuts as protein at least:)


This is a fun recipe that you can really customize with any ingredients your kids or guests will eat. It makes a good amount so be willing to share! My 11 year old daughter did this recipe almost completely by herself.

 I thought these would be great party favors for any party. Just change the M and M colors to match your theme. Fill them in cute little baking cups and even wrap them in cellophane bags for a party take away. Does not get any cuter than this.

We bagged a bunch of the Cereal mix in a larger cellophane bag for a hostess gift for the kids we were visiting last weekend. 

                 

I would be thrilled to get this, wouldn’t you?

We have not come up with a catchy name for this mix recipe, have any ideas? Thanks ladies think we are going with CUPID LOVE MIX ….

Valentine Chocolate Cereal Mix Recipe AKA CUPID LOVE MIX

  • 1 1/2 cups pretzels (we broke the tradition shapes in half)
  • 4 cups bite size square cereal–(we used chex rice and corn cereals)
  • 1 cup peanuts, almonds, or mixed nuts
  • 10 oz vanilla flavored candy coating (we used the white chocolate discs)
  • 1 cup m and m’s
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside
  2. Use your hands to break pretzels into bite size pieces. Put pretzels, cereal squares, and nuts into a large bowl.
  3. Melt the chocolate in a microwave being careful not to burn it.
  4. Carefully pour melted chocolate coating over cereal mixture. Using a wooden spoon or spatula to toss mixture to coat. Add the candy now don’t wait for the mixture to harden
  5. Quickly pour the mixture onto prepared baking sheet. Spread the mixture into an even layer and cool completely. Break up into pieces and store a room temp.
  6. Enjoy

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4 Comments

  1. I second the Cupids love mix—so very cute! She did a great job!

  2. Fantastic idea!! These are perfect for the kids classrooms.

  3. These look and sound amazing-and I bet my kids would love to help make them!

  4. how about cupid’s love mix? thats a cute name 🙂
    I will have to make these for the teachers at my sons school. this looks so yummy and pretty! I think i will add rasins to mine
    Thanks for sharing

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