Patricia - My Mom used to make these for her Christmas goody trays that she gave to a lot of her friends. She loved making these because they were quick and easy, she used to say that she felt like she was cheating because they were so easy. Thanks for the recipe.
In Response to Re: My favorite chocolate recipe:
Chocolate/Butterscotch hong kong candy-Get your chocolate fix! Melt one bag each of NESTLE semi-sweet choc chips and one bag butterscotch chips in a doubler broiler bowl. Mix all together until blended and chocolate is smooth. Add about 16 ounces (bag or cans) of crunchy chow mein noodles and mix into the chocolate until all noodles are coated. Drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper and let set until firm (chocolate hardens). Bet you can't eat just one! You can sprinkle white or toasted coconut on top or colored sprinkles for holiday decor or the tiny NESTLE chocolate chips add more chocolate flavor. If you add anything to the top of the candy, do this before the chocolate hardens. PS. This recipe can easily be adapted to suit your tastes by using NESTLE white chocolate chips or mint or any combination that you like. If you are a nut lover, you can add in canned peanuts or other nuts for extra flavor and crunch. If you prefer, you can also use many different kinds of cereals instead of the chow mein noodles. (NOTE: these do not freeze well but can be stored for about 2 weeks in an airtight container.
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