I love a good party snack, but what I'm even more into? Their names. Monster Munch is my third party snack mix recipe for TheNextTycoon, coming after Leprechaun Bait (lol) and Christmas Crack (known in some circles as Reindeer Chow). Yes, they're kinda cheesy, but so fun for holidays. The best part about these? They're totally customizable.
Monster Munch is a mix of kettle corn, pretzels, candy corn, and M&Ms, all held together with drizzles of melted semisweet and white chocolates. You let the chocolate set in the freezer for like 15 minutes and then break it into pieces.
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Before you set out to make your own munch, keep this is mind:
1. Use a balance of sweet and salty flavors. I leaned on pretzels to pack a salty punch. Without them, the munch would be way too sweet. Potato chips and Corn Chex are good subs.
2. Mix up the textures. Think different levels of crunch for the most satisfying snack.
3. Get it chocolatey. You can either completely toss it with melted chocolate or drizzle (but make sure it coats all the ingredients). Chocolate is your binder.
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