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No Bake White Trash Candy

No Bake White Trash Candy

This no bake dessert recipe may be called candy, but it's more of a snack mix than anything else. Whatever you choose to call it, this No Bake White Trash Candy is one thing for sure and that's supremely sweet and oh so delicious. Made with just seven ingredients, all of which are easily found at your local grocery store, this simple dessert recipe is a snap to whip up and it great to serve up for parties or for a game day snack. This is one of the most addictive no bake recipes we've found, so be forewarned!

  • 1/2 stick unsalted butter
  • 1 (12-ounce) package chocolate chips
  • 1 cup smooth peanut butter
  • 1 (12-ounce) box Golden Graham cereal
  • 1 box golden raisins
  • 3 cups roasted, salted peanuts
  • 1 box powdered sugar
  1. In a large saucepan, melt butter, chocolate chips and peanut butter together. Fold in the cereal, raisins and peanuts to coat.
  2. Pour the box of powdered sugar over the mixture and with a fork in each hand, stir gently to coat with the sugar. The mixture will be loose and crumbly, resembling a snack trail mix.
  3. Cool and store in airtight containers.

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I RESENT you calling this "White Trash Candy!" As A white, I find this highly offensive! Would you call something "The 'N' word Candy!" Please change the name.

This is ridiculous. Educate yourself and you will know why it is called white trash. Its a modified version of Texas Trash. Which was called that because it was made from Stale "Trash" ingredients and covered in seasonings and sauce then let to dry. Hence taking "Trash" and making something good. The modified version does the same thing but instead of making it spicy makes it sweet with Chocolate and powdered sugar. It is just observation words. You people are what is making it racist by adding your own connotation.

This recipe was first marketed in Midland TX by Susie's South Forty and was packaged in small plastic trash cans. It is similar to the "trash mix" recipe but "white" was added to the name because of the color from coating it in powdered sugar. Raisins should not be added but the original has a small amount of ground cinnamon.

Also the original uses pecans instead of peanuts.

I wonder if you could substitute dried cranberries for the raisins? And seriously people, how about

kaktt3 5582106 We haven't tried it with dried canberries, however, it seems like it would work well with the other ingerdients. If you try it out, let us know how you liked it! Thanks, Editor, RecipeLion

I think we have more things in this world to worry about than this named candy. Maybe it would be okay to call it, ________ (insert butterscotch, chocolate, milk chocolate, raspberry or whatever chips you use to make the flavor.

This Old reciepe is very good no matter which dry cereal you make it with. It just happens to be a favorite with my college grandkids and the name they call it is Not offensive to Any One. Except maybe the puppy. He gets mad because he can't have any because of the chocolate in it. But PUPPY CHOW has been around for years and has not been a racist candy by any means. Sorry but we shall keep calling it PUPPY CHOW and we know the puppy is not offended by what we call it.

People are seriously crazy............recipe is awesome. I am Human and covered in SKIN. and the name should be change to yummy snack mix........come on people, we have so many other things wrong with life to be whining about, we are all human, race should not be one of them its 2014.....get with it for Heavens sake!

I find the name of this candy very offensive, time for a name change and not to any other racist moniker either.

The recipe sounds good. The damn name needs to go

This recipe has been around for years & I have never heard it called by this name before. Corn Chex can be used & it is really good too. You do realize that if someone called this recipe ni gg er nuggets you would be labeled a racist & blacklisted from ever posting here again. Sorry but the PC B S shouldn't just go one way. If every light skinned race was a racist, like the media, schools & our president would have you believe, then WHY did "white" people fight & DIE to free the blacks?

I find the name of this recipe offensive to white people.

OFFENSIVE????!!! Give me a break!!! It's only a recipe!!!!!!br There's a million OTHER things to be offended about in this world!!!!!!! br My daughter has been making this for years! It makes a great holiday gift.

What is Golden Graham cereal? Is there a substitute?

Rice chex

Corn Chex are great in this recipe.

do any of the recipes have nutritional information?

I see all the comments; but no answers. What do you do with the candy....cut it; break it, etc. etc?

Just pour out of storage bag or container onto shallow plate or bowl Serve like any other snack mix. If its correctly coated, you shouldnt have any clumps or chunks.

is there a possibility of specifying the quantities in ounces or grams as it is impossible to judge when ingredients come in different weights

We love this. I put everything in an extra large Tupperware bowl. Once I add the powder surgar putthe lid on and shake it to mix it. Be careful when you take the seal off. There can be a puff of the powder sugar if you take the seal off before letting the powder sugar settle.

It's like the snack Puppy Chow except this has raisins & preanuts, too.

So do you leave the whole thing in the bowl? or do you shape it into balls? or do you put it in a rectangular pan, let it cool, and then cut into squares? incomplete!!!

As cheetahleta said above, its like chex mix variation. You just dump it into a bowl and serve...snack mix like. You can also use white chocolate as well. In the recipe, the b owl is used to coat the mixture. After I coat mine, I place the "stuff" on a cookie sheet to set and thus the extra powdered sugar has a chance to soak in. Enjoy

So then do you shape them into cookies like no bakes?

It's a snack recipe, not cookies or bars.

Stir it to break it into pieces. It will be in pieces and clusters. Once it is cool put it into a container or bag. Hope this helps.


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