Right off the bat let me warn you, if you read the title of this post and got excited now would be the time to calm yourself down. Being a red velvet fanatic I'm sorry to report this recipe was a flop. I thought combining a childhood favorite like puppy chow with a new dessert love from my adult life would be a hands down winner. Sadly it was not. Although I'm not completely ready to throw the idea out, the recipe however is a goner.

I found a recipe online that used chex cereal, red velvet cake mix, powdered sugar, white chocolate chips, chocolate chips, milk, and cream cheese. I have to admit what I love most about regular puppy chow is the peanut butter and chocolate combo, so when I realized this recipe did not include the classic peanut butter ingredient I was already a little skeptical. I followed the recipe exactly and when I found myself at the last step, shaking the coated cereal in powdered sugar and the red velvet cake mix I was completely annoyed. The only thought that popped into my head was "I can't believe I'm coating these puppies with plain old cake mix...this is going to taste like cake mix." Like I'm constantly telling Scott, I was of course RIGHT. Everytime I took a bite all I could taste was powdery cake mix.

As I sat there in the kitchen staring at a pile of it feeling like a failure, Scott tried to comfort me by telling me if I didn't tell anyone it was cake mix they probably would never guess. Needless to say ever since I made this I've been craving regular old puppy chow, it's now on the to do list for this week. I'm sad to say but this is one recipe that will not make the cut..it has been chopped!
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