It’s the time again! Welcome to the blog hop featuring 10 creative bloggers. This month’s theme is all things HONEYCOMB. I decided to make a fun little snack mix, and named it Triple Honeycomb Crunch because it has THREE types of honeycomb in the mix. I’ll share modifications for a single and double honeycomb, too. It’s a delightful little treat perfect for an outing with the family in individual bags, or in a big bowl over a silly movie.
But first, all 10 projects! There are so many fun projects to choose from- recipes, decor, Halloween related and more! We’d love for you to pin the collage below, check out the rest of my post about the Triple Halloween Crunch, and then go see all the other fabulous projects created by some of our friends. It’s a fun party on the 10th each month!
To see each fantastic HONEYCOMB project up close, join the Blog Hop!
- Happy Fall Printable with Honey Popcorn from Thirty Handmade Days
- White Honeycomb Pumpkin from eighteen25
- Flavored Honey Butters from Your HomebasedMom
- Honeycomb Frame from Landee See
- DIY Honeycomb Dish Towel from Little Miss Momma
- Triple Honeycomb Crunch from Capturing Joy
- Honey Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub from Six Sisters
- Utah’s Top 10 Family Activities ~ The Beehive State! from Or So She Says
- Honeycomb Patterned Pumpkin from Lolly Jane
- Honey Nut Pie from Simply Kierste
So you want to learn how to make the Triple Honeycomb Crunch? Lets start with juts ONE honeycomb in our crunch. Post Honeycomb cereal is a memory of my childhood. I love that stuff! It’s the often overlooked sugar cereal, taking a sideline to the frequently used Rice Krispies or Chex for yummy treats. When I mixed the cereal with white candi quik chocolate, I fell HARD! It’s so simple, yet so divine. How did I not ever try this? I’ve made chocolate covered popcorn on many occasions, and often colorful for partites, and adore it. Chocolate covered honeycomb cereal is my new favorite cereal treat. All I did was melt my candyquik for about a minute, stir, dump on the cereal to coat, then freeze for 5 minutes in a container…and shake it up really good so the chocolate hardens on individual cereal pieces, and not a big chunk.
After mixing the Honeycomb cereal with the white candyquik chocolate, I spread it out onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet and sprinkled in my other two honeycomb ingredients. I found them both at World Market, there is so much variety of delicious goodies at World Market! I was so happy to find the chocolate covered honeycomb bites (also called sea foam) because I first had a Crunchie bar when I visited the United Kingdom at EPCOT. THEN, I found some honeycomb wafers at World Market, and I had to get them! If you don’t have a World Market nearby, you can buy the ingredients online via the links I shared!
Here is the triple threat:
Individually, they are each a tasty snack. I actually tried to mix them all together at first (as opposed to mixing the cereal and chocolate first) and it was a big gobbled clump. It still tasted good–just wasn’t as presentable. So I recommend the chocolate on the cereal first, then mixing with the other two, then drizzling another layer of chocolate over the mixture–then breaking it apart when it hardens. You with me?
I had so much fun taking pictures of this recipe, here are just a few more shots…
FYI: I got the Honey Bee Jar here.
If you love this recipe, you might also like my Almond White Chocolate Caramel Corn recipe.
Would you like to see our past 10th Projects? CLICK HERE to see them all
So what do you think…..are you going to make it?!?
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