Welcome to our Blogger Christmas Cookie Exchange, hosted by my friend, Camila of Effortless Style ! I’ve joined up with an amazing group of girls today, all linked down below, to bring you our fabulous holiday recipes you’ll be sure to love and want add to your holiday baking.
These recipes are all classic, quick and so simple for kids to make!
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DARK CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINT CHOW MEIN CLUSTERS
I’m sharing the easiest recipe imaginable…literally it does not get easier than this! Three ingredients and 30 minutes is all you need to make these mouthwatering Dark Chocolate Peppermint Chow Mein Clusters.
I promise, you will keep this one as a standard every year.
Scroll down for the full recipe and also to visit the other bloggers in our exchange!My beautiful mama always made these growing up, sans peppermint, and they were always a favorite in our home.
When my daughter, Sydney, and I decided to try making them ourselves, we added the peppermint for a little twist – and quite a delectable twist, I have to say!These dark chocolate chow mien peppermint clusters use such simple ingredients you can find anywhere.
They are dangerous, to be honest, these are treats I can’t resist.
If you love anything chocolate mint flavored, these are for you!The best part, is that they’re super simple, quick to make, and no-bake.
Your kids can do these on their own (with a little supervision at the stove if they’re younger).The crushed peppermint candy canes sprinkled on top make theses clusters delicious and add a beautiful, festive touch.
Dark Chocolate Peppermint Chow Mien Clusters
Three ingredients are all you need to make these delicious family favorite treats!
- 3 Cups Dark chocolate Chips
- 1 1/2 Cups Chinese Chow Mein noodles
- 1/4 Cup Crushed Candy Canes I use a mortar and pestle
Melt chocolate chips on medium low heat.
Remove from heat, stir in chow mein noodles.
Mix thoroughly until noodles are completely covered.
Spoon and form clusters onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper.
Sprinkle with crushed candy cane.
Let harden in the refrigerator for 20 mins. *Make sure you let them come back to room temp before eating, they can be hard to bite into otherwise!
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Thank you for reading with me! Like I said, be warned, these little chocolate peppermint treats are very dangerous!! It’s the peppermint, I’m telling you! Please make sure to hop over to each blogger taking part in our exchange today to get your fabulous holiday recipes! Happy baking and enjoy your holidays!! Merry Christmas! xo