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This super easy and quick treat is a favorite mine around the holidays when I make big batches. During the rest of the year I like to make small batches to snack on when I am craving something sweet. As written this recipe is vegan and if you use a gluten free cereal then it is gluten free as well.

Recipe Ingredients

2 cups cereal of your choice (gluten-free makes recipe entirely gluten-free)
1/4 cup chocolate chips
1/8 cup SB Creamy Peanut Butter
2 Tablespoons SB Organic Buttery Spread
1/8 teaspoons vanilla extract
3/8 cup powdered sugar

Recipe Steps

Place the chocolate chips in a large microwave save bowl and melt in the microwave at reduced (60%-70%) power if possible.

Add the peanut butter and butter and mix in as it melts. If the peanut butter and butter don’t melt into the chocolate as you stir it microwave for a few more seconds.

Mix in the vanilla.

Add in the cereal and stir until well coated.

Place the coated cereal in a brown paper bag, add the powdered sugar and shake until well covered.

Spread the mixture on wax paper to cool.