White Chocolate Haystacks

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White Chocolate Haystacks are crunchy, salty and sweet. Chow mein noodles and a few chopped peanuts are coated in white chocolate and decorated with festive sprinkles. Kids will love to help make these and they are always a welcome addition to a holiday cookie tray.

White Chocolate Haystacks

 

These White Chocolate Haystacks freeze well making them a great make ahead treat for the holidays.

White Chocolate Haystacks are one of my favorite no-bake holiday treats along with these Cream Cheese Mints. They keep for a long time so they are great for goft giving. It’s so nice to keep things simple around the holidays and it doesn’t get any simpler or easier than a 4 ingredient holiday treat!

White Chocolate Haystacks for the holiday cookie tray

What You Will Need:

  • Wax paper or parchment paper
  • 16-ounce package of white chocolate bark
  • 1 cup chopped salted peanuts
  • 3 to 4 cups of chow mein noodles
  • Red and green sprinkles

White Chocolate Haystacks Recipe Tips:

If someone in your household has a peanut allergy, leave them out or use almonds or pecans instead.

Two cups of white chocolate chips can be used instead of the chocolate bark, but I find the bark melts more easily and is easier to work with.

These haystacks are easy to customize for any holiday by changing the color of the sprinkles.

White Chocolate Haystacks

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White Chocolate Haystacks

White Chocolate Haystacks

Course: Candy
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Christmas
Servings: 24
Calories: 249kcal
White Chocolate Haystacks are crunchy, salty and sweet. Chow mein noodles and a few chopped peanuts are coated in white chocolate and decorated with festive sprinkles.
Print Recipe

Equipment

  • Wax paper or parchment paper

Ingredients

  • 1 (16-ounce) package white chocolate bark
  • 1 cup chopped salted peanuts
  • 3-4 cups chow mein noodles
  • red and green sprinkles

Instructions

  • Melt the white chocolate bark in a microwave-safe bowl according to package directions.
  • Stir in peanuts and chow mein noodles. You don't have to be real precise about the amount of chow mein noodles. Keep stirring them in until the chow mein to white chocolate ratio looks good to you.
  • Drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper or parchment paper. Sprinkle with sprinkles. Let sit until set.

Notes

The peanuts can be omitted or substituted with pecans or almonds.
Two cups of white chocolate chips can be used instead of white chocolate bark.

Nutrition

Calories: 249kcal

 

 

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4 thoughts on “White Chocolate Haystacks

  1. This is a great idea for a Christmas candy, but you can’t find these damn chow mein noodles anywhere in the stores. It’s like the companies stopped making these noodles. WTH!!

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