10 Unique Muddy Buddy Recipes

As much as I love making things for holidays that are “on-theme”, I haven’t been able to find anything for Easter that really spoke to me.  I suppose Easter is my favorite holiday for store-bought goodies like jelly beans, so a lot of the recipes I kept coming across didn’t compare.  That being said, I love muddy buddies (or puppy chow… Is that a regional thing?) all the time, whether it’s a holiday or not.  I remember the joy I felt as a kid if I caught my mom in the middle of making a batch.  Until recently, I had no idea there were so many different varieties you could make.  I’m here to share the recipes of some more creative people than myself who have come up with delicious-looking variations on the traditional chocolate and peanut butter muddy buddy.

If you’re looking for something a little different to bring to an Easter celebration this weekend, here you go!  These are simple, delicious, and easy to serve to a crowd.  I think I’m most intrigued by the Nutella muddy buddies. Yum. I’ll have to send the Hubs out for some Chex!

10 Muddy Buddy Recipes

  1. Lemon Muddy Buddies featured at A Few Short Cuts
  2. Cupcake Puppy Chow featured at Sally’s Baking Addiction
  3. Andes Muddy Buddies featured at What’s Cooking, Love?
  4. Root Beer Float Muddy Buddies featured at Tasty Kitchen
  5. Fluffernutter Puppy Chow featured at Homemade Hooplah
  6. Butterfinger Muddy Buddies featured at Family Fresh Meals
  7. Apple Pie Muddy Buddies featured at A Pumpkin and a Princess
  8. Cookie Butter Muddy Buddies featured at Eazy Peazy Mealz
  9. Nutella Muddy Buddies featured at Motherhood Defined
  10. Chocolate Brownie Muddy Buddies featured at Your Cup of Cake

As always, if you make any of these I’d love to know! Feel free to post how it turned out in the comments below.

About The Author

Leah

I’m a twenty-something LEO wife and stay-at-home mom to a one-year-old little boy. I enjoy writing, reading, taking my son for walks and runs in the stroller, and crafting. My goal is for Love and Blues to be a resource for first responders and their families. I write about marriage and family topics, as well as about the quirks that come with being married to a man in law enforcement, firefighting, or emergency medical services.