Holidays always involve a lot of tradition, whether its hot cocoa with your family on Christmas Eve, the fireworks on the 4th of July, or Church on Easter Morning. I for one love them.
But sometimes, you create your own traditions. When I moved to LA I didn’t really know many people. No one that I could say I was close to, so I had to sort of make my own. In making my own tribe/family, I also realized that I was making traditions with them as well. One of those for us is an Easter brunch. My friend Natalie always makes Ham Pies (her families’ tradition), we meet at a friends house after church, eat a bunch of casserole, ham, and sweets and really just enjoy spring and being together. Does anyone have a favorite Easter tradition? I’d love to know.
Easter Bunny Chow Recipe
6 c. Rice Chex Cereal
1 c. Powdered Sugar
2 c. White chocolate chips (about 1 bag)
2 c. Pretzel twists or pretzel sticks
1 bag M&Ms Chocolate Eggs
Large mixing bowl
Microwave Safe Bowl
You can probably add coconut to this, but I’m not a big fan of it, so its not in this recipe.
Okay, lets get cracking.
1. Start by melting your white chocolate. In a microwave safe bowl microwave white chocolate chips starting with 1 minute. Stir. Microwave in 15 second chunks, stiring in between each time, until it is all melted and has no lumps.
2. Pour your Chex Cereal into a large mixing bowl, then pour your white chocolate over it. Using a large spoon or spatula gently fold the white chocolate and chex until the chex are all covered.
3. Add powdered sugar and stir slowly until chex are covered.
4. Add pretzel sticks and M&M eggs and serve your Easter Bunny Chow in something cute!
You can make your own decoupage bowl from my fabric decoupage Easter Egg tutorial. Just use a large bowl and cover halfway. And make sure to put something in there to line it!
Print Easter Bunny Chow Recipe from Ziplist!