Christmas Crack Recipe


The story behind this Christmas Crack

Every year, I put together treat baskets to send out to family, friends & referring offices.  One year I posted a video on SnapChat about how I made my version of this & while I love it, it’s time consuming, a little pricey & extremely messy.  People love when I make it but to be completely honest, I actually hated making it.  Yet every stinkin’ year, like clockwork, I would get several requests for it.  This treat is so delicious I have named it Christmas Crack because you will get hooked!  

A couple of years ago,  that’s 2 years according to my hubbys definition (SnapChat reference), my girlfriend Tiff sent me her version & let me tell you, I have been hooked ever since.  Part of the reason is that it’s so yummy and the other reason is that I didn’t have to make it! LOL

This year,  my friend Tiff shared her recipe with me. I was amazed at how few ingredients it required, how fast it took & how delicious it is.  I Snapchatted me making it & after getting Tiff’s permission, I’m able to share it with you all.  



You MUST make the first batch for yourself!  You MUST!! It is the prerequisite for this recipe.  You will understand & thank me later.  If you fail to follow that rule, you will find yourself picking from every single batch you make thereafter, eat more then you should & short-change others. So trust me when I say, make the first batch for yourself to enjoy as you make more for others.  


And now for the best Christmas treat EVER



The most delicious Christmas treat you will ever make.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
10 min
  1. 1 bag of Chester's Puff Corn
  2. 1 bag of Almond Bark
  3. 1 bag of M & M's
  4. 1 bottle of Sprinkles
  5. 1 large bowl for the puffed corn
  6. 1 microwable bowl to melt the Almond Bark
  7. 1 cookie Sheet Lined with Wax Paper
  1. NOTE: For every bag of Chester's Puffed Corn, you will use 1/2 of the Almond Bark
  2. In a large bowl, dump out the Puffed Corn & set aside
  3. In microwave, melt squares of Almond Bark for 30 seconds
  4. Mix the Almond Bark & continue melting for another 30 seconds until melted
  5. When bark is mostly melted, mix again then pour over the Puffed Corn & mix well
  6. Dump the newly mixed Puffed Corn onto the waxed paper lined cookie sheet
  7. Sprinkle a generous amount of m&m's and top with Sprinkles
  8. Let dry for about 30 min to an hour
  9. Then package in whatever you choose
  1. If you can't find the Chester's Puff Corn substitue Pirates Booty Aged White Cheddar Puffs
For reference here are the ingredients in case you’re not sure what Chester’s Puff Corn or Almond Bark look like.  I bought everything from Walmart.

I hope you enjoy this recipe thanks to Tiff!  Let me know if you love it as much as I do & tag me if you make it @heynayheyyy 

Wishing you all a very Happy Holidays!



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