Monday, December 5, 2011

White Trash

I promised that I would share with y'all the recipe for my famous WHITE TRASH that I was making for our Christmas Open House that we had today at Cotton City Antiques...so here it is. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do (I'm addicted to it). I have been making it for a couple of years now and every time I make it for a party or an Auburn tailgate, it's always a BIG HIT! Speaking of the Open House and three day sale that we had...it was OUTSTANDING to say the least! My space now looks so empty...I was very lucky to have sold so much of my inventory...thank you to everyone who came out to support me. Please be sure to come by on Monday to join in with all us at my weekly NIFTY THRIFTY TUESDAY party...hope to see all of y'all there!
                                   Blessings,
                                      Linda
               You will need...Chex Corn Cereal, Cherrios, Pretzels, White
                Chocolate Bark, Marshmellows and M&M's. I usually add
                peanuts or cashews, but decided to leave them out this time,
                              since so many people have nut allergies.

                           Melt half of the chocolate in the microwave
                                         for about 2 1/2 minutes.

                            Stir in a large mixing bowl...a
                         VINTAGE bowl is even better!!!
                        Pour onto wax paper and spread it out.
                            After it has hardened..break into pieces
                             and you are all done. I don't measure
                            any of the ingredients...just mix to your
                                 own liking...you can't go wrong!
                       My $4 estate sale basket that I picked up
                       while I was in Asheville, came in handy to
                                           hold of of it!
                                    I'm linking up to some fun parties...come join me!
                                          Fridays Unfolded
                                          Transformation Thursday
                                          Saturday Nite Special
                                          Sundays Best

29 comments:

Donna said...

Linda,
I love white trash too! You have made me hungry!
Hugs,
Donna

Debra @ Common Ground said...

I've never had this, but it looks so yummy!!

Diann said...

Oh, this looks like it could easily be an addiction!

Girlie Blogger said...

An excellent recipe. And so easy too. Looks delicious.
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A Few Pennies said...

I've had this and yes, it is wonderful--now I have the recipe and gonna try it for family and give-aways. Thank you for sharing!

Pamela said...

Linda looks super yummy!

Linda Chapman said...

WOW!! I make Texas Trash but will now add some WHITE Trash to my Christmas list! Thanks for the recipe!

Tiffanee said...

This is my favorite! Love the combination of flavors you used. It is so delicious and addicting!!

Loveforfood said...

yummy... that looks good. healthy diet.

Patti said...

This is my favorite holiday treat to make - love it. I have never used marshmallows. but rather raisins and peanuts go into mine, along with your other ingredients. I also make it at Easter with pastel M&Ms!

Laurel said...

Nummmy...I am so going to make this! My little boy has a nut allergy...so it's fun to find something tastey without the nuts :) Thanks for sharing, Laurel

Pattie said...

Yummy, Tia LOVES this stuff... thanks for sharing with us...

Hugs
Pattie

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

YUM! I love the white trash candy, and I haven't even thought about making it until I saw this post. I usually make this and give out at Christmas time. Can't believe it has slipped my mind this year?

Andrea at blonde ambitions said...

This looks so yummy! I am going to have to try it for sure! Perfect little gift for those at work too!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

This looks easy, good and oh so very festive. I think I just might have to make this! hugs, Linda

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Oh I love this stuff, though mine is called party mix.White Trash is a hoot! ~Cheers Kim

Cindy said...

Looks YUMMY, thanks for sharing!!!

Heather said...

Mmmmm...that looks delicious and dangerous all at once! Might have to try it! ;)

Kaybe said...

Our snack is the traditional Chex mix but I like this sweetened up version for a change.

Rhissanna said...

I'm so gonna do this. It'll use the vanilla almond bark I'll have left over after making tiger butter and then I won't be tempted to hide in the darkened kitchen and eat those big fat chunky white squares of creamy wickedness....


I didn't say that out loud, did I?

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Never heard of this, however it sounds good. Thanks for getting back to me on my question of cotton branches.

I am having a burlap handbag giveaway on my blog if you are interested.

Happy Holidays!

Kelly
CoastalCottageDreams

Gracie's Cottage said...

Now that looks delish!


Glad the open house was such a success - it's not surprising given your great eye for treasures!

Jan

Honey at 2805 said...

Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe! Looks great!

So happy to hear you open house was a success! Of course you had some terrific items to sell!

The Working Home Keeper said...

Never had this, but I'll have to keep this recipe in mind for our holiday snacks at work. My co-workers would get a hoot out of the name!

Mary Ellen
The Working Home Keeper

debbie refresh restyle said...

Thanks, I needed this! YUM!
debbie

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh this looks fabulous! I am so glad your sale went so well! So much of my business at my booth is from blog readers that are local or vacationing in Orlando, You are such a gracious blogger that people want to support you! Thank you for entering my giveaway, good luck!

Carol

The Polka Dot Closet said...

PS: Thank you for entering my giveaway, and posting on your side bar, good luck!

Carol

Barbara said...

Hi Linda...

Thank you for stopping by 21 Rosemary Lane today and leaving such a nice comment. I love white treash...my cousin gave it to me as a Christmas gift a couple years ago and I've been wanting to make but didn't have the recipe...looks like now I do! And I see you use Walmart brand ingredients...love it! Whenever my husband asks me where all the money has gone...my reply is "Walmart has it!"

Have a great week.

cathy@my1929charmer said...

I've never heard of White Trash recipe before, and luckily I've never been called White Trash either! But it looks so yummy and will try making for the holiday. Thanks for sharing the recipe and for sharing at Sunday's Best!

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