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Every year for as long as I can remember in our relationship- my husband's grandmother always sent us haystacks as our little taste of home each year for Christmas. She would take the Chinese noodles & mix them in melted chocolate and let them harden into a yummy little treat.


As the years passed on my mother-in-law started putting out these white chocolate versions of the haystacks with different cereals that I just fell in love with. I don't know if she created it herself or if she pulled it off the side of a box- but they are so yummy. Each time we would gather at her place for the holidays you would find me sitting close to the tray of these so I could munch at will. After she passed on- my husband's grandmother started including them in with the annual tin of haystacks.


I decided to make them as my contribution this year for Thanksgiving. I kept out a few here at home so we would have some to come home to. They last about a week. Continued...

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