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Chocolate Haystacks

Chocolate Haystacks recipe
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Five ingredients come together in 10 minutes to create a fun, sweet-and-savory, rich-and-crunchy treat that's a holiday favorite.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
3-1/2 doz. or 21 servings, 2 haystacks each
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posted:
11/12/2006
The first time I had these I was pregnant with my first child and five years later, I'm still hooked. Easy to make, with very little to cleanup.
posted:
10/6/2006
very good and very easy to make
posted:
9/7/2006
So, so good! I would add a bit more noodles, since it seemed a bit too chocolatey. Also, use white chocolate chips- I think it's even better than the original version! Just omit the baking chocolate and semi-sweet kind, and use 2 c. white chocolate chips. Yummy!!!
posted:
7/22/2006
This is super easy and delicious! It tastes good even without the nuts. The only problem is that I eat too many, and end up taking small batches to family/friends houses!
posted:
4/19/2006
so very good
posted:
1/9/2006
Easy and good. We've had haystacks before but never with the marshmallows.
posted:
1/3/2006
I made this with my 9 year old grand daughter we had a good time & they were great.
posted:
12/21/2005
My daughter's sister-in-law made this for a Thanksgiving Day treat. We all loved them. She made them with double chocolate.
posted:
12/20/2005
Make these with a bag of butterscotch chips, 3 cups chow mein noodles and 10 oz peanuts. They're the best!
posted:
12/13/2005
Quick, easy and very delicious. I would add more peanuts and substitute the peanut butter chips for butterscotch. Perhaps pretzel sticks instead of noodles might be interesting. I put them in a single layer on the wax paper and broke them apart when cooled, instead of making individual servings.
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