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Red Velvet Puppy Chow

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I personally LOOOVVEEEE red velvet cake. Original, out of the box, a mix… all of it! I’ve been craving this little snack and finally got the chance this weekend to mix these treats up:

Red Velvet Puppy Chow Recipe

* 5 Cups of Rice Chex Cereal
* 3/4 Cup of White Chocolate Morsels
* 1/2 Cup of Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels
* 3/4 Cup of Red Velvet Cake Mix
* (optional) 2 oz of Peanut Butter
* (optional) 1/2 Cup of Powdered Sugar

—Prep Rice Chex Cereal for mixing by placing them in a large Bowl.
—Prep Red Velvet Cake mix for coating by playing the Mix in a Large Plastic Bag (add powdered sugar here if you wish)
—Place White Chocolate Morsels and Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels in a microwave safe bowl. Heat for 30 seconds, mix the morsels with a rubber spatula. Heat in microwave for another 30 seconds and mix morsels with rubber spatula until thoroughly mixed (add peanut butter after morsels are thoroughly mixed, if desired)
—Cover Rice Chex Cereal in chocolate coating. Be careful to evenly distribute the chocolate over the rice chez while covering them. I covered the rice chex in 3 increments.
—Place covered rice chex cereal in to plastic bag with Cake Mix, and shake to coat!
—Allow the coated cereal to cool on a cookie sheet/baking pan.

Enjoy!

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These treats taste just like the Cake Batter you mix from the box!

Anonymous - You might want to add that this isn’t actually for dogs!! Chocolate is fatally toxic to canines x[

Morgan - Hi!
Do you have any ideas of what to do with the leftover cake mix? (Seeing that we wouldn’t know the proportional measurements of butter, etc to make a cake with 3/4 cups of the mix gone.)
Thanks

Sara - Your recipe has been featured in a round up on my blog today! Come on over and check it out!

Sara
A Plethora of Ponderings
http://plethoraoponderings.blogspot.com/2014/02/valentine-treats.html

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mcascia - Hello Morgan! Everything I can think of would involve a little math. Certainly cupcakes or Cake balls would be fun to make with the left over mix! Maybe a Red Velvet crumble, if you want to use the cake mix as an individual ingredient! -Melanie

mcascia - You’re right! This is for human consumption only, please! Thanks ;) -Melanie

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