Recipe: Yummy Birthday Cake Puppy Chow
Birthday Cake Puppy Chow. Huge Sale on Puppy Birthday Cakes Now on. Sprinkles and white chocolate are the only mix-ins you need to create this birthday cake-inspired treat. Sugary-sweet, colorful, and fun, it makes an easy, portable snack for a birthday party or holiday celebration.
Just four simple ingredients and you have an easy snack the kids will beg you for! If you love easy birthday treat ideas, be sure to check out my No-Bake Birthday Cake Lasagna. I'm a big fan of the old school Puppy Chow so I thought I'd try the "birthday cake" version for my nieces and nephew. You can cook Birthday Cake Puppy Chow using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Birthday Cake Puppy Chow
- Prepare 5 cup of chex.
- It’s 10 of vanilla flavored almond bark (about 5 blocks).
- Prepare 3 tbsp of butter.
- Prepare 1 1/2 cup of white cake mix.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of powdered sugar.
- It’s 5 tbsp of rainbow colored sprinkles.
The cake mix and addt'l sprinkles added cost and you can't see any of the sprinkles in the final product. Then the processed flavor just made this a no-go. Course: Dessert, Snack Cuisine: American Birthday Cake Puppy Chow is a fun treat for a kids birthday or someone that doesn't like cake (the horror!)….but they're also GLUTEN FREE so it's a great snack for those that have a restricted diet. Also, if you're careful with the ingredients they are allergy friendly for so many other kids, too.
Birthday Cake Puppy Chow instructions
- pour chex in a large mixing bowl.
- Pour cake mix, powdered sugar, and rainbow colored sprinkles in a large container with a lid. Sift items together with a whisk..
- Melt butter and almond bark in a double broiler, or in a glass mixing bowl over boiling water.
- When almond bark and butter are melted smooth pour over chex and mix thoroughly..
- Pour coated chex in the powdered mixture, Tightly seal container and shake until well coated..
- Chill before serving..
The idea of this puppy chow came to me at work yesterday. It's true, I daydream about sprinkles. I've seen Cake Batter/Funfetti Puppy Chow being done several times before. Most recipes I see call for powdered cake mix. I went off the beaten path and came up with my own version, sans cake mix.