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White Trash Recipe

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Katie and Sherry Moriarty

 

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Sherry and Katie Moriarty
Added: Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
6 cups cheerios
6 cups of pretzel sticks
6cups of rice checks
2 cup of peanuts or mixed nuts
2 large package of mini m&ms
1 whole large package of white chocolate blocks

Directions:
Directions:
mix all ingredients and place on (2) waxed papered cookie sheets. Melt
white
chocolate and pout over mix carefully tossing to cover the mix. Let
cool,
break apart and store in tight container.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This Katie Moriarty, who is now 16. She has helped her grandma Sherry
for
the past 11 years make the Thanksgiving dinner.

Katie and Grandma Sherry would stay up all night Thanksgiving eve and
chop
the celery, onion, break and dry the bread for stuffing. We would
prepare
the Turkey and get it into the oven at 4 AM. In the meantime we would
make
cheese balls, candy, and work on other recipes dishes for the next day.

Thanks giving was a big day for us. We would dip pretzels, make fudge,
make
peanut brittle but the fmaily favorite is White trash.

 

 

 

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