Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

This Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop will delight kids and guests alike with its hilarious name and delicious taste. This recipe makes for a great gift, or even better, a white elephant gift that someone will actually want. Similar to muddy buddies, this cereal-based treat is quick and easy for any party or get together.

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

 

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Everyone looks forward to the holidays, but they don’t look forward to the winter weather. Well, not everyone because my husband would rather live in a winter wonderland year-round. He’s weird. Anyway, back to my intro. Three pretty big holidays fall during the winter weather. This means functions at least once a week for a couple of months – church functions, school functions, family functions, community functions, etc. This also means a lot of desserts, holiday dishes, and gifts will need to be obtained or made in order to keep up. 

 

Last year I shared with you a fun recipe using the instant pot or pressure cooker to make Instant Pot Rice Krispie Snowman  They were so fun, cute and easy to make. This year I decided to continue to think outside the box for allergy-friendly Christmas treats.

 

Cue the Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop. Not only is it a pretty unique pressure cooker recipe, but it’s also fun and so tasty. Bring this to your next function and you will be the hit of the party. People will be lined up asking for more while asking for the recipe. It’s a great gift idea, center dish, or dessert to bring to any function during the winter holidays.

Snowman Poop is incredibly easy to make. A few ingredients you probably have in your kitchen and you’re almost done. No more baking cookies past midnight for a school or church function. Take a few minutes and toss together some snowman poop instead.

 

 

Common Questions About Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

 

What is a Multi Pot?

 

A multi-pot is similar to an instant pot. I use a Mealthy Multipot in this recipe and this pot specifically has nine different functions with others reaching as many as 14 functions. I own an Instant Pot as well, but the Mealthy Multi pot has definitely taken the idea of an Instant Pot and expounded on it. In other words, you don’t have to get out nine different appliances or several pots and pans to get the job done because it covers them all. Oh, and the best part? Clean up is a cinch!  If you want to learn more about the Mealthy Multipot, check out my Mealthy Multipot for Beginners guide.

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Are Corn Pops Bad For You?

As far as cereals are concerned, Corn Pops are one of the better options, especially considering the other available options most kids gravitate towards. Corn Pops have less than ten grams of sugar and no fat. However, hydrogenated oils can be found in Corn Pops, which is probably the unhealthiest ingredient found in this cereal, especially since these types of oils are truly not good for you.

It’s important to point out that the recipe above is meant to be a dessert or snack recipe which means it should be consumed in normal quantities. As long as moderation and portion control are used, whether eating Corn Pops alone or with this recipe, they truly aren’t a terrible choice.

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

 

How hard is it to make Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop?

 

You’re going to be so surprised when you read how quick it is to make this recipe. Start by preparing a cookie sheet with wax paper. Then add your chocolate chips and butter to the multi-pot on the sauté mode for about four minutes. Stir well and add in the rest of the ingredients. Stir well again before dumping the contents onto the cookie sheet lined with wax paper. Allow to cool and that’s it!

There really isn’t much to making these which, again, is why it’s quickly become one of my favorite holiday function recipes. The kids love getting in on the action and tell everyone they brought Snowman Poop to the party. We’re still working on being reserved and humble. LOL!

 

Multi Pot Snowman Poop Instructions

Serves – 8

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Ingredients

Instructions

Add white chocolate chips and butter into the MultiPot

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Turn the pot to the ‘Sauté’ mode and heat until melted. Stir to mix.

Add the cereal and stir well.

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Add in the sugar and sprinkles. Mix.

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Pour onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Let cool

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Pack as gifts in bags, mason jars or just eat out of a big bowl!

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Notes

  • The shape of Kellogg’s Corn Pops matches the ‘poop’ shape perfectly. But Cheerios or Chex cereals work just as well.

Tips for Making Perfect Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

 

  • If you don’t prefer Corn Pops, Chex Mix or Cheerios will also work. However, the Corn Pops make the best “poop” shape to bring this recipe together. 
  • If white chocolate chips aren’t preferred, normal chocolate chips are fine, they just won’t be as white as the original recipe. However, the confectioner’s sugar will give them a white coat once added, which will help keep it with the winter theme. 
  • Don’t cook the chocolate for too long. There may be some lumps where it looks like the chocolate chips aren’t fully melted. They are and they will disappear once stirred. 

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

The holiday season is busy and we need as many quick recipes as we can get our hands-on. This time of year is wonderful, but it’s also extremely busy and overwhelming at times. Keep on top of all the holiday cheer without any of the holiday stress and add this Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop recipe to your list. 

 

If you enjoyed this recipe, you’re sure to love these other pressure cooker recipes!

 

 

Don’t Forget to Print Out The Complete Instructions For Later!

 

Yield: 8 Servings

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop

This Pressure Cooker Snowman Poop will delight kids and guests alike with its hilarious name and delicious taste. This recipe makes for a great gift, or even better, a white elephant gift that someone will actually want. Similar to muddy buddies, this cereal-based treat is quick and easy for any party or get together.

Ingredients

  • 1 (10 oz.) box of Kellogg’s Corn Pops Cereal (or your favorite cereal)
  • 1 (12 oz.) bag of White Chocolate Chips (Soy Free)
  • ¼ cup of Butter
  • 4 cups of sifted Confectioners’ Sugar
  • 1 (2.35 oz.) bottle of Blizzard Mix Sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Add the white chocolate chips and the butter in the Multi-pot insert.
  2. Turn it on in the ‘Sauté’ over normal heat. 
  3. In 3 to 4 minutes, the butter and the white chocolate chips would be melted. Stir to mix.
  4. Add the corn pops and stir well to coat each cereal with the white chocolate.
  5. Dump in the confectioner’s sugar and the sprinkles and mix again.
  6. Pour it on a parchment-lined cookie sheet for the Snowman Poop to cool and harden.
  7. Pack them in cute baggies or mason jars to give as edible gifts. Or snuggle near the fireplace with a big bowl and your favorite holiday movie.

Notes

  • I felt the shape of Kellogg’s Corn Pops matches the ‘poop’ shape perfectly. But Cheerios or Chex cereals work just as well.
  • Nutrition Information:

    Yield:

    8

    Serving Size:

    1

    Amount Per Serving: Calories: 410Total Fat: 12gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 31mgSodium: 116mgCarbohydrates: 74gFiber: 1gSugar: 68gProtein: 2g

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