Thursday, December 9, 2010

Sharing a Mary Connealy Recipe...

Missy, here. Each year for the last few years, my friend Mary Connealy has shared a favorite family recipe with me. But this year, I'm actually going to make it!

Mary has graciously allowed me to share the recipe with you. She says, and I quote, "These are so stinking good..." :) She also assures me the recipe is very easy, so she apparently knows my abilities well! :) Thank you, Mary.

Connealy Crunch

 1-1/2 packages white almond bark melted in microwave in large bowl.
Add to bowl:

3 c. each Peanut Butter Captain Krunch, Rice Krispies, miniature marshmallows, and mixed nuts.
Stir, pour out on waxed paper. Let cool, break into pieces.

Tada! I think even I can make this! :)


  1. Sounds delish! Hubby and I are hosting a Christmas party Saturday night - I might prepare this!

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. I'm with Edwina. Sounds like it would taste really good. I'll have to print out the recipe and try them too!

  3. This sounds like even I could make them!
    Thanks for sharing.

  4. I'm a little worried about finding almond bark, but Mary assures me it's even in her grocery store in her small town in Nebraska. I think maybe it's with candy and not the baking area. But I'll check both.

    I also saw a yummy recipe on Diners, Drive-in and Dives last night. Cap'n Crunch French toast. Did it in the egg mixture, then dip in crushed cereal. I'm going to use the leftover cereal from Mary's recipe to make the French toast as well! (If I don't eat it first.) :)

  5. That's supposed to be DIP it in the egg mixture. I need to cut my fingernails!

  6. This is a no fail recipe. Trust me.

    You know what else is insanely easy and delicious?

    Melt chocolate almond bark and pour it over mixed nuts.

    It makes you look like a genius and it's so fast and easy.

    As a matter of fact, I think you can pour almond bark over anything and pretty much be a hero.

    Cereal of any kind. Maybe a 2 x 4. Your car keys. Everything is good dipped in almond bark.

  7. Another one.

    Have you ever made little peanut butter sandwiches out of Ritz Crackers, then dipped them in almond bark. YUM!!!!!!!

  8. I think the hardest part of this recipe is letting it cool before eating it :)

  9. mary, I'm trying to picture my keys in white chocolate...


    Hey, I finally found the almond bark! had to ask someone. He took me...produce. Yes, it was in produce! And there's not an almond in it. Strange name!

  10. Mary, yes, I have had those Ritz/peanut butter dipped crackers! They are so, so good.