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Super Bowl Recipe: Seattle Seahawks (Seattle Grunge Chex Mix)

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  • 1 pouch (2 bars) oats and honey crunchy granola bars (from 8.9 ounce box), such as Nature Valley
  • 1 bag (8 ounce) peanut butter snack mix, such as Chex Mix Chocolate
  • ½ Cup dried apple slices, cut into bite-size pieces
  • ¼ roasted sunflower nuts
  • ¼ dried blueberries


Break granola bars into bite-size pieces. In medium bowl, mix all ingredients.

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving129

Total Fat8g12%





Vitamin A0.2µgN/A

Vitamin E0.1mg0.5%

Vitamin K2µg2%



Folate (food)4µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)4µg1%




Niacin (B3)0.1mg0.7%





Sugars, added13gN/A


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Seattle Seahawks Puppy Chow

Cheer on your team with this Seattle Seahawks Puppy Chow! The muddy buddies are colored with candy melts and tossed in powdered sugar for an incredibly easy, gluten free game day snack recipe.

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I love puppy chow, also called muddy buddies, for all the different flavors you can use. It brings me back to my childhood! I am also making some seasonal variations, and a collection of NFL and other sport teams. You can find all of the puppy chow recipes here!

Now at some point in the process, you are probably going to think at least one of the following (if not all, like I did):

  • There is NO WAY that little amount of candy melts will cover all this cereal!
  • OH NO the cereal is BREAKING!

But it’s okay, all of the above are FINE. The candy melts DO cover that much cereal, just keep stirring. The cereal might break a little but that’s okay! Just be gentle. And the colors DO look pretty white when they come out of the bag. But shaking them in the fine mesh strainer gets rid of all that extra powdered sugar and you will see the color! Have faith!

The candy melts are a little sweeter than using chocolate like the traditional version, but still delicious! Get royal blue candy melts here, vibrant green candy melts here, and bright white candy melts here. You can also find them at your local craft store. Royal blue is a darker blue instead of pale, vibrant green is more of a neon green than traditional, and bright white is more of a true white than “white” which has a little yellow tinge to it. Try to get the exact colors for the most accurate replication! If you have black, you could add one black piece to the blue to make it a little darker and more of a navy, but might not necessarily be worth buying an entire package of black for that little change.

Super Bowl XLIX Inspired Party Mix Recipes

Whether you are rooting for the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks, one thing is for certain, an assortment of game day foods to enjoy during the Super Bowl is essential. Party mixes are a quick and easy snack you can literally throw together in minutes. The Patriots inspired mix includes red and blue candy coated chocolate candies, dried fruits, honey nut corn cereal and a generous drizzle of white chocolate while the Seahawks mix has chunks of granola, dried apples and chocolate peanut butter pieces. These crowd pleasing party mix recipes will be a guaranteed hit on Super Bowl Sunday.

Seattle Grunge Chex Mix
Courtesy of Chex via Betty Crocker

1 pouch (2 bars) Nature Valley&trade oats 'n honey crunchy granola bars (from 8.9-oz box)
1 bag (8 oz) Chex Mix® Chocolate peanut butter snack mix
1/2 cup dried apple slices, cut into bite-size pieces
1/4 cup roasted sunflower nuts
1/4 cup dried blueberries

Step 1: Break granola bars into bite-size pieces. In medium bowl, mix all ingredients.

Patriotic Chex Mix
Courtesy of Chex via Betty Crocker

1 bag (8.75 oz) Chex Mix® Honey Nut snack mix
1/4 cup dried blueberries
1/4 cup dried cranberries
1/4 cup roasted sunflower seeds
2 cups white chocolate chips
1/2 cup blue and red candy-coated chocolate candies

Step 1: In a large bowl, combine the snack mix, blueberries, cranberries, and sunflower seeds.

Step 2: Place the white chocolate chips into a medium, microwave-safe bowl. Melt in the microwave on High for 60-90 seconds then stir. Melt for an additional 30-60 seconds, if needed.

Step 3: Drizzle the melted chocolate over the snack mix, and stir until well coated. Turn the mix out onto a large piece of wax paper, sprinkle with blue and red candies, then allow the white chocolate to stand at room temperature for about 1 hour to harden. To serve, break the mix up into large chunks.

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Slow Cooker Sweet ‘n Sour Kielbasa (5 WWPP)
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Is there anything better than fresh, homemade guacamole? I think not.

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You don’t even have to chop an onion to make this super simple turkey chili.

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Crock Pot Refried Bean Dip

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Skip the frozen pizza and make your own with a healthier whole wheat baguette.

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Slow Cooker Brownies (5 WWPP)
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70 Layer Dip Recipe

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I don’t know if you heard or not, but apparently there’s this thing going on Sunday called the Super Bowl? You may have heard about it once or twice this week from possibly a co-worker or a neighbor.

Outside of Thanksgiving, Super Bowl Sunday is probably the one day when Americans consume the most calories. One of the more popular Super Bowl snacks is the 7-layer dip. Usually consisting of refried beans, sour cream, guacamole, shredded cheese, salsa and either sliced black olives, diced tomatoes or onions or whatever you like. Pretty standard stuff. But we here at Tailgating Ideas got to thinking.

This year’s Super Bowl features the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. One of the underlying story lines is the fact that the two states these two teams hail from, are the only two states in the union to have passed laws that legalize the recreational use of marijuana.

With that said, we thought that since we never like to follow the beaten path, why would we bring just a plain, old 7-layer dip? In honor of the two states the Super Bowl participants represent, we thought a 70-layer dip consisting of typical 7-layer dip ingredients and stoner munchie snack foods would make for a better contribution to your Super Bowl party buffet table.

So here it is. The 70-Layer Dip recipe.

1. Refried Beans
2. Sour cream
3. Guacamole
4. Shredded Cheddar Cheese
5. Diced Tomatoes
6. Jalapeno Slices
7. Sliced Black Olives
8. Ground Beef
9. Chunky Salsa
10. Crushed Fritos
11. Peanut Butter
12. Sliced Bananas
13. Mini-Marshmallows
14. Cap’n Crunch Crunch Berries
15. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough – Uncooked*
16. Nutella
17. Yellow Cake Crumbles
18. Nutter Butters
19. Nilla Wafers
20. BBQ Sauce
21. Little Debbie Cosmic Brownies
22. Flaming Hot Cheetos
23. Double Stuffed Oreos
24. Twinkies
25. Cheez Whiz
26. Strawberry Pop Tarts
27. Gold Fish
28. Rice Krispie treats
29. Cheese Puffs
30. Top Ramen noodles
31. Chili
32. Macaroni and Cheese
33. Gummi Bears
34. Crushed Cool Ranch Doritos
35. Funyuns
36. Bugles
37. Girl Scout Thin Mints
38. Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey

39. Raspberry Zingers
40. Chex Mix
41. Tater Tots
42. Chorizo
43. Diced Red Onion
44. Spanish Rice
45. Black Beans
46. Mashed Potatoes
47. Totino’s Pizza Rolls
48. Turkey Gravy
49. Chick-Fil-A Cross Cut Fries
50. Cream Cheese
51. Sweet Chili
52. Apple Sauce
53. Chicken Nuggets
54. Pulled Pork
55. Pastrami
56. Mini Cinnamon Rolls
57. Spagehtti-O’s
58. Sliced Hard Boiled Eggs
59. Sliced Bagel Dogs
60. Mini corn dogs
61. Melted Velveeta
62. Marshmallow Cream
63. Chocolate Pocky
64. Grape Jelly
65. Cut up Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
66. Sweet pickles
67. Chocolate pudding
68. Whipped Cream
69. M&M’s
70. Bacon

*The consumption of raw cookie dough is unhealthy and is dangerous. Please understand that we included this ingredient for comedic value because eating raw cookie dough has been a stereotypical drunken/stoned munchie food since, well, forever. Seriously, there are real health risks to eating raw cookie dough

Are you ready for some football? (giveaway ends 9/19/14)

Football is back! For die hard football fans it’s been a very long wait. My husband has been counting the days the same way a child would count the days leading up to Christmas. LOL!

Football is one of those sports where people love to come together and enjoy a game (or two) with family and friends. What makes it even better is the food. It’s not a football game or a tailgating party without some delicious foods.

Some people enjoy going all out with burgers, hot dogs and wings. Others prefer to offer their guests lighter fare like chips, dips, pizza and snack foods.

Usually when people come to our house to watch a game I like to keep it simple with snack foods. If it was a big game, like the playoffs or the Super Bowl I would opt for more “meal like” foods (burgers, hot dogs…).

My husband loves to snack when we’re watching football. Football and food go hand-in-hand. Its funny because when football is not on he doesn’t usually snack watching television. The moment football season kicks in he’s always looking for something yummy to nosh on while he’s watching the games (I say “games” because we have the DirecTV Sunday Ticket so he can watch ALL of the NFL games – lucky me! Ha Ha).

One of our favorite “go-to” snacks is Chex Mix. What I like about Chex Mix is that it’s a combination of favors and textures including corn Chex cereal, wheat Chex creal, mini breadsticks, rye chips and pretzels. It’s like several snacks in one.

Did you know that Chex Mix comes in other varieties too like Cheddar, Bold Party Blend, Hot and Spicy, Trail Mix, Sour Cream and Onion, Honey Nut, Dark Chocolate and one personal favorite, Chocolate Peanut Butter.

My family also enjoys Chex cereals (my kids are crazy for Vanilla Chex).

Did you know you can make a lot of recipes using Chex Mix products?

My kids especially love it when I make Muddy Buddies. Or shall I say “Messy Buddies” since we end up getting powdered sugar all over the place. But I don’t mind – I love making them and eating them. Thankfully Chex Mix makes pre-made Muddy Buddies, however I do enjoy making them myself too.

Muddy Buddies might be a bit messy for watching football, but are many other great recipe ideas would go great with a football game. Here are just a few ideas.

Bacon Blooming Onion – Because who doesn’t love bacon?

Kentucky Bourbon Bacon– Americans are buying more bourbon now than ever before so the trendy flavor is sure to be a hit.

Seattle Grunge– Celebrate the love of the game and NFL season kick-off by commemorating the 2014 Super Bowl Champions!

I made the Seattle Grunge recipe (pictured above) for my family. Not only is it great for snacking on during a football game it also makes a great any time snack and school lunch/after school snack. It’s made with dried blueberries, dried apples, oats and honey granola, sunflower seeds and of course Chex Mix (in this case it’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Chex Mix). It’s so good! I’ve taken some to work with me to snack on too. The sweet and tart flavor from the fruit goes very well with the chocolate and peanut butter.

If you really want to go all out why not try and recreate the Chex Mix Snackadium. This would be PERFECT for a Super Bowl party.

One day I would love to try and make something like this. Of course I’d probably be too tempted to eat it as I was assembling it.

If you would like to see more Chex Mix recipes visit You can also check out Chex Mix on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest (links are found on their home page).

Chex would like to give THREE (3) winners two (2) bags of Chex Mix (Traditional and Chocolate Peanut Butter) so that you can enjoy them while you watch football (or any other time).

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on September 15, 2014 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me what your favorite football snack is OR your favorite Chex Mix recipe.

For Extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries wont’ qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

20 Smokin’ Marijuana Infused Super Bowl Snacks

Well it is all set the two teams that will face off in this year’s Super bowl are going to be the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. Both of these teams come from the states that legalized marijuana this past year. They will both meet at the stadium of the New Jersey Giants, that is provided if they can find it on February 2nd 2014 . MetLife Stadium, which is actually located in New Jersey, will be the host of Super bowl 48 or should we just call this Super bowl 420. This game is already being dubbed “The Marijuana Bowl” by some to the dismay of the league. Oh well what can you say I’m sure none of the players on either team actually partake in marijuana usage, wink, wink. Well in the spirit of the game and parties that will be going on that day I would like to share some delicious marijuana infused recipes for my readers to enjoy.

First off when your guests arrive you want to make sure you have some finger foods and snack trays out. I know your probably thinking chips and dips right? Well here is something that is a twist on an old favorite of mine and it is Cannabis Chex Mix. Yes that’s right and old goody and favorite of mine just got a little bit better. Now I already mentioned chips and dips but lets try a twist on the old dip. How about Cannabis- infused Guacamole Dip? With that kind of dip your guests will be asking do you have any more chips? Along with that you can treat them to a hot appetizer of Cannabis Crab Stuffed Mushrooms. Now all three of these delicious appetizers are sure to taste great and get your guests appetites primed for the rest of your delicious treats.

While the game is going on your guests can continue to munch on the chips and guacamole as well as any other appetizers you have put out. Of course for those guests who are not green friendly you should put out some clean appetizers if you know what I’m saying. As the game approached half time you will want to have your main hot dishes ready and primed. Believe me your guests are going to want an excuse to miss the boring half-time show with Bruno Mars. Sorry but to me all of his songs sound the same and he does not deserve to headline the half-time show.

It is my opinion that no super football party should be without hot wings. Some call them Buffalo wings supposedly named after the city where they were invented. Come on now are we supposed to believe that the first time anyone put hot sauce on a chicken wing was in Buffalo NY? I’m pretty sure that cayenne pepper and other hot peppers were put on chicken wings long before Buffalo NY was even on the map. I will leave it at that though since this blog is not about the history of chicken wings. Being a professional wing chef myself I know my way around the hot wing. I have been perfecting the most amazing hot wing sauce for the last 10 years. With that said I’m a pretty good judge of wings sauces. Okay so lets get back to the game. You must serve hot wings for the big game. Your guests (unless they’re vegans) will be expecting it. Try this recipe called “Fire it up Wings” and I’m sure they will be very happy with the results. When you click on the link you will notice I left out the word buffalo here. Well I’m sorry I can no longer give credit where credit is so unsure of giving. If that makes sense to everyone?

You see all this talk about the super bowl and cannabis has sent my mind off on a tangent. Is it a coincidence that Pink Floyd is now playing on my Pandora music feed? Maybe not, I always had a feeling that google could read my mind. Come on I’m sure by now with all of those billions they have come up with an algorithm that can read minds. Speaking of minds do not forget that all of these recipes can have an impact on your mind. Things will tend to slow down a bit and the big game may seem to go on forever. Well actually it really does go on forever its not just you. I look forward to feedback on any of these recipes.

Monday, November 11, 2019


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Luckily, through the genius of the Google machine, I discovered extensive homages to the mighty cheese crisp. So simple and delicious.

Tortilla Soup-We used the Bear Creek (Holla!) brand and topped with tortilla strips, avocado, lime, and sour cream. I could eat this all day.

Preheat oven to 400
Butter a tortilla all the way to the edges
Cook for 5-10 minutes (until it begins to brown)
Pull out, top with Cheddar Cheese (you can also add green chiles, but it is not necessary!)
Cook for another few minutes until the cheese melts.

Then shove it in your face and go make another one.

Arizona tea-Yep, made in NYC, shush, it says "Arizona" on the can. I dig that Lite Arnold Palmer.

Puppy Chow Chex Mix Ingredients

This easy Puppy Chow recipe is perfect for after-school snacks and is also a fun party food idea! Made with peanut butter, chocolate, Chex, and powdered sugar is one of the most fun sweet treats ever. And it comes together quickly for a crunchy dessert, easy goody bag, or delicious snack! Aug 10, 2019 – Explore swimdiva90's board "Puppy chow ingredients" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Puppy chow, Puppy chow recipes, Chex mix recipes.

Sweet Unicorn Chex Mix Recipe Chex mix, Homemade chex

Mardi Gras Puppy Chow is an easy recipe to celebrate! Rice Chex mix is covered in purple, green, and gold candy melts. Vegetarian and gluten free dessert for New Orleans Fat Tuesday Carnival before Lent. #mardigrasrecipes #fattuesday #lent

Puppy chow chex mix ingredients. I had made puppy chow before but with a different recipe. This recipe definitely needed more chocolate. I would recommend a 12 oz bag vs. 1 cup of chips. Using only 1 cup did not coat the cereal nearly enough to make the "puppy chow" consistency [the chex squares did not stick together]! Puppy Chow Snack Mix. Recipe by Windchime. Very popular with kids, teens and adults alike. I like how I only have to buy one box of cereal for this recipe compared to the 2 types some call for. 79 People talking Join In Now Join the conversation! READY IN: 20mins. SERVES: 10-12. UNITS: US. INGREDIENTS Nutrition. 1 (12 ounce. This classic chocolate, peanut butter and powdered sugar mix has been a part of families’ kitchens for years. An easy snack for kids to make, this quick recipe can be customized for any occasion, transforming Chex™ cereal into a delicious treat in just 15 minutes.

Puppy Chow Chex Mix Recipe Ingredients. The ingredients for this specific recipe are very specific but you can add or remove anything you’d like. The only ingredients that are staples across any version of this recipe include the Chex Mix, creamy peanut butter, chocolate, and powdered sugar. Puppy Chow (aka Chex Mix Muddy Buddies) is one of our favorite no-bake treats! The combination of peanut butter and chocolate covered Chex cereal that is then tossed in powdered sugar to coat every last piece is nearly irresistible! To stir your melted ingredients together, opt for a heat-resistant silicone spatula ($10).This set of 4 comes in bright, cheery colors and is dishwasher-safe. If puppy chow is on regular rotation in your house, consider investing in reusable gallon storage bags ($13) instead of the single-use ones. Shaking the cereal mixture in a large bag is the easiest and most effective way to make sure.

Pour 1 cup of powdered sugar over the puppy chow mix, and shake or stir again until it is fully coated with the powdered sugar. Then, taste the puppy chow and add the additional 1/2 cup powdered sugar, if desired. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week. To Make Gift Jars: Puppy Chow Chex Mix – Elvis Style. Friends, this Puppy Chow Chex Mix almost was the end of me. Why? Well, these photos are the BEST one’s I was able to pull out of over 100 shot in a three day period. Trust me when I say, Puppy Chow Chex Mix is a son of a gun to photograph!! PUPPY CHOW INGREDEINTS: The original recipe has just a few simple ingredients and really easy to make. The secret to best puppy chow recipe is to get the ratio right! The basis for this recipe includes the following ingredients: Chex Cereal: The photos you see in this post are rice chex cereal. I like it better than corn flavor.

The method that works best for me is to use the 16 oz box of chex, mix it in a BIG bowl, and shake in the powdered sugar 1/3 at a time in the cereal bag.. Here is a tip from years of making puppy chow…. use a NEW clean garbage bag to mix the whole thing in.. It helps to add a teaspoon of vanilla to the saucepan after the ingredients. Dec 12, 2017 – Explore Diane Beery's board "Puppy Chow/ Chex Mix", followed by 3716 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Chex mix, Snack mix, Puppy chow. Chex cereal, originally made by the Ralston Purina Company, debuted in grocery stores in 1937. Because the company referred to their dog food as “dog chow” and cat food as “cat chow,” they jokingly called their new cereal line “human chow,” according to Taste.Somewhere along the way that got changed to Puppy Chow, although the snack is also commonly referred to as Muddy Buddies.

Ingredients for puppy chow recipe: chocolate chips peanut butter butter vanilla chex cereal powdered sugar How to make puppy chow chex mix recipe: In a microwave safe bowl, combine chocolate, peanut butter, butter and vanilla. Next, place in the microwave and cook for 30 seconds. Stir and microwave again for 30 seconds. Put cereal in large bowl. Melt chocolate chips, peanut butter, and butter. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla. Pour over Chex cereal, put into a large plastic bag with powdered sugar and shake well to coat. This quick no-bake mix will also answer to other names such as Muddy Buddies, Muddy Munch, Monkey Munch, or Reindeer Chow. Think of it as sweet chocolate and peanut butter Chex mix.You need only pantry basics to make a big batch of this snack, so you might have already have everything on hand. The recipe makes a lot, but it keeps well for a few.

puppy chow chex mix recipe that everyone will love! Making chex mix cereal recipes is one of the easiest things to do, but it can get a little messy. That’s why I recommend these accessories below which will help make your life a lot easier in the kitchen, especially when making this puppy chow chex mix recipe. 1. Pour out cereal into large bowl and set aside. 2. In 1-qt. saucepan, heat chocolate chips, peanut butter and butter over low heat,. Puppy Chow Ingredients. You will need the following ingredients to make puppy chow aka muddy buddies: Rice Chex cereal-I use Rice Chex cereal to make puppy chow.You can use Corn Chex cereal, but I prefer the rice cereal flavor.You can also use Crispix cereal, but the shape of your puppy chow will be a little different.

If you like your mix extra saucy try reducing the Chex amount to only 7-8 cups. This recipe is for the basic puppy chow and can be mixed with so many yummy treats like marshmallows, nuts, pretzels, M&M’s, reeses pieces.

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'Tis the season for Chex Party Mix , and I got involved in a search for the ORIGINAL "Original" Chex Party Mix from back before Bagel Chips were invented. I'll include what I found here, but I'd like to know what are your favorite snack mix recipes to make and serve during the Holiday Season?

"The true original recipe came from an ad that ran in the June 1952 edition of Life Magazine. Yes, back then people actually read physical magazines, so all it took was one ad like that to spur a revolution which has now lasted six decades and counting. Not to mention, spawning sweet versions like puppy chow and more recently, spicy versions with cayenne pepper and sriracha and chai tea.

Rumor has it that the inventor of the first recipe was the wife of a Ralston Purina executive (the company who made the cereal, before General Mills bought it). She brought the mix to a holiday function in St. Louis, or so the story goes. And the rest is history -- or at least myth!

From the Life Magazine ad:

Wonderful Nibbling at Snack-Time

Melt 1/3 cup butter in shallow baking pan. Stir in 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce. Add 2 cups Wheat Chex, 2 cups Rice Chex, and 1/2 cup nuts. Sprinkle with 1/4 tsp salt and 1/8 tsp garlic salt mix well. Heat 30 minutes in 300° oven, stirring every 10 minutes. Cool.

This recipe debuted in the 1950s. The version here is from the back of a box of Corn Chex cereal from the 1970s (which included a picture of those wonderful "Uncola" upside-down 7UP glasses).

6 tablespoons butter or margarine

4 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce

1-1/2 cups Planter’s mixed nuts

Melt butter or margarine in shallow pan over low heat. Stir in seasoned salt and Worcestershire. Add Chex and Planter’s mixed nuts. Mix until all pieces are coated. Heat in 250-degree oven for 45 minutes. Stir every 15 minutes. Spread out on absorbent paper to cool.

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