Grandma Vi's White Chocolate Haystacks

I happen to think that white chocolate is very misunderstood and people should give it more of a chance. I will say that if you are in the mood for chocolate it probably isn't going to do the trick, but on it's own it's so sweet and delicious.

My cousin Becky came to visit (and deliver my car to me!) the other weekend and I made sure to have all the fixin's to make one of her favorite treats that our Grandma Vi used to make. I did run a little short on peanut butter so we had to add a little maple flavored almond butter, which was a nice little twist on the original. Side note: if you have never tried any of Justin's natural peanut, almond, or hazelnut butter you really should, they are simply delicious!

These are so quick to throw together and will disappear in mere moments because even though they have a crunch they just melt in your mouth. If you are still opposed to giving white chocolate a shot I suppose you could use dark chocolate, milk chocolate , or butterscotch chips instead.

-12oz White Chocolate
-1 Cup Peanut Butter
-2 Cups Mini Marshmallows
-4 Cups Chow Mein Noodles (or just shy of a 12oz bag)

1. Melt white chocolate and peanut butter over double boiler or in the microwave
2. Pour chocolate/peanut butter mixture over chow mein noodles and stir in marshmallows. Gently combine.
3. Spoon clusters onto wax paper and let cool.

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