Recipe White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cereal Mash

Your taste buds will thank you after you sample some if this delicious white chocolate peanut buttery goodness. This recipe is my take on my friend Sugar Jones' Aiming Low Award-Winning "White Trash" recipe.  This is meant to be a sweet treat and is definitely not organic Although, I am wondering if my new friend The Recipe Renovator might be able to work her magic?

You'll need:

  • large bowl & mixing spoon
  • Muffin tin
  • 1 pkg white chocolate/almond bark
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1 1/2 - 2 cups cereal as desired

Melt 6 squares of white chocolate (aka almond bark) and about a half cup of peanut butter in the microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds. Stir until the it's smooth. (micro at 15 second intervals if still not melted through).

I used a mash up of cereals. I added the dregs of the cereals my kids wont eat because there's not enough to make a full bowl. A little cookie crisp, cheerios, lucky charms. I think granola might also taste good.

Quickly add it to the melted white chocolate goodness.


Add small scoops to a muffin tin.

Allow to set (for faster setting, put in freezer for 20 minutes).

Serve and enjoy!

*Recipe by Sugar Jones. 

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  1. I'm guessing it will be like candy from America that I grew up with ... Reeses peanut butter cups. I've been weighing the ingredients instead of measuring for years, and finding this website .... well, wow, I feel like I'm home!

  2. Hey Michelle, thanks for the shoutout! This looks delish, by the way. If you use organic or natural peanut butter for this, it should still set up just fine and you'd reduce the sugar and extra fats found in regular PB. And using healthy cereals to start with... Barbara's and Envirokids both make kid-friendly cereals that are way lower in sugar. Maybe smaller portions in each cup? I'm all about the treats, so a little now and again makes life yummy.

  3. This looks really wonderful. My husband and I love peanut butter.

  4. This is one of my family's favorite go-to recipes for family goodie bags at Christmas. never thought to use a muffin tin, though ;)