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Brownie Batter Puppy Chow (Muddy Buddies) Recipe

My parents are here!

The dogs are in doggy heaven from the constant petting, playing, and walks they’re enjoying from these two.

Brownie Batter Puppy Chow Recipe : So Very Blessed

We’ve already taken them to one of our favorite Tucson restaurants (The Hub), seen Monster’s University (so cute!), and my dad’s already washed a load of dishes, fixed our garbage disposal, and our silverware drawer.

The man is good.

Brownie Batter Puppy Chow Recipe : So Very Blessed

I adore having them here, but we’re always sad when part of the family is left behind. Both of my sisters, my niece, nephew, and brother-in-law are all back in Colorado and I’m missing them something awful, despite the Skype date I’ve already had with them.

Brownie Batter Puppy Chow Recipe : So Very Blessed

This recipe is dedicated to my oldest sister, Karen.

The girl loves eating dry brownie mix straight out of the box. I can’t really blame her, the stuff tastes good.

I just decided to take it one step further and add candy coating and Chex, which tends to take foods to a new level of awesomeness (see: Cake Batter Puppy Chow and Red Velvet Cake Batter Puppy Chow).

Brownie Batter Puppy Chow Recipe : So Very Blessed

And then I took it one step further and added baked brownie pieces.

Oi, the stuff is addicting.

Brownie Batter Puppy Chow Recipe : So Very Blessed


Yields 5

Brownie Batter Puppy Chow Recipe
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  • 5 cups Chex cereal (I prefer the Rice Chex)
  • 10 oz (5 squares) vanilla flavored Almond Bark
  • 2 cups boxed dry brownie mix
  • vegetable oil, optional
  • prepared brownie pieces, optional


  1. Melt Almond Bark according to the package directions, adding vegetable oil to thin if desired.
  2. Pour the cereal into a paper bag or container with a lid.
  3. Drizzle melted Almond Bark over the cereal and stir until all Chex is coated.
  4. Add the dry brownie mix.
  5. Fold down the top of the paper bag or put the lid on the container.
  6. Shake bag or container until the cereal is evenly coated.

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  1. I made this for my nephew...and holy cow! This stuff is deadly! I was terrified to have it in the house, so I sent it home with him. Of course, there was plenty of brownie mix and rice chex leftover in the pantry to make more. ;) P~

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