How to Make Snowman Poop in Your Slow Cooker


How to Make Snowman Poop in Your Slow Cooker

The snowman poop recipe you didn't know you needed!


How to Make Snowman Poop in Your Slow Cooker
How to Make Snowman Poop in Your Slow Cooker

Learn How to Make Snowman Poop in Your Slow Cooker with this fun and easy snowman poop recipe. Not only is this one of the funniest homemade Christmas gag gifts and ideas for adults, snowman poop candy is also a fun treat for the kids. This delicious snowman poop (also known as cake mix puppy chow) is made with only 6 simple ingredients! You'll need white chocolate or almond bark, Funfetti cake mix, Cheerios, peppermint extract, crushed peppermints, and powdered sugar. Each sweet bite will have a burst of powdery sugar and peppermint. Depending on how "snowy" you want your snowman poop to look, you can mix in additional powdered sugar at the end of preparation. For an extra seasonal touch, also sprinkle in additional crushed peppermint. This whimsical candy is so easy to make, you can whip up large batches and give it to all of your loved ones! They'll adore this sweet treat and also have a good laugh.
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Preparation Time5 min

Slow Cooker Time HIGH1 hr



  • 16 ounces white chocolate melting chocolate bars (vanilla candy coating or almond bark also OK)
  • 1 box Funfetti cake mix (dry)
  • 6 cups Cheerios cereal
  • 1/2 teaspoon peppermint extract
  • 1/4 cup crushed peppermint candies
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar (optional)


  1. Add white chocolate to your 6-quart slow cooker. If it comes in bars, break the bars into cubes to help it melt more quickly.

  2. Melt the chocolate on HIGH, stirring occasionally. Melting the chocolate can take up to 1 hour (our chocolate melted in a 1/2 hour). Watch for signs of burning and stir often.

  3. Add peppermint extract to fully-melted chocolate in the slow cooker and stir.

  4. Add crushed peppermint to melted chocolate and stir to combine.

  5. Add Cheerios and stir to evenly coat the cereal with chocolate.

  6. Next, add your dry cake mix in slowly while stirring to coat the cereal evenly.

  7. If you want your Snowman Poop to look especially white, add 1/2 cup powdered sugar (or more) and evenly coat cereal mixture.

  8. Add additional crushed peppermint as desired.

  9. Cool candy on a baking sheet with wax paper.

  10. Enjoy!

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The kids loved making this, and especially eating it. I tried this as a possible gift idea to go with my annual Christmas cookies. I wanted a few different things this year, and this one looked really cute. It's actually really good! You do have to watch the chocolate in the slow cooker, and stir often. It is so easy to burn, but it is really simple. You could definitely make this while tackling other cookies, chores, etc.

Tried this recipe? What did you think?

What a cute recipe to make with the kids. I can see us making a ton of this and having it on hand in candy jars and dishes through the holidays. I mean, who doesn't like a good chocolate and peppermint dessert when it is cold outside. It works great in hot chocolate too.

This recipe made me laugh and laugh. What a brilliant idea for a simple Christmas gift recipe. You could give it as a present in a jar with a little plastic poop scoop and small paper bags. You could make a similar recipe with milk chocolate and call it reindeer poop -)

I ran across this recipe looking for something simple and easy for the kids to make to add to Christmas baskets. White chocolate is one of our favorites. Can we substitute white chocolate chips instead of the bark as we always have these on hand?

Love the title Snowman Poop! We aren't fans of white chocolate so I used the semisweet chips and crushed a small candy cane and mixed it in with the chocolate and I also used crispx cereal instead of cheerios and followed the rest of the recipe. It worked out great everyone loved it!!

Old fashioned fudge

Pecan turtles made with homemade caramel

sugar cookies with hot chocolate

My dad makes the best chocolate chip cookies during the holidays!

I LOVE no-bake cookies (the ones with oatmeal, chocolate, and coconut)! They're not technically Christmas cookies, but I only eat them during the holidays.

My grandma and I make peanut butter fudge every year! It's definitely the best fudge ever.

I LOVE snickerdoodles during the holidays.

My aunt makes these double chocolate crinkle cookies I just can't get enough of. I've tried to make them myself, but they never taste quite as great as hers do.

My sister is a pastry chef so we always try different desserts, but my favorite ever was when she made candy cane cheescake!

My stepmom makes a mean peppermint bark. Sure, we do cookies, too, but that peppermint bark is THE TREAT every Christmas.

Pretty much just cookies lol. We have our favorites - cornflake wreaths, peanut butter blossoms, pizzelle, pumpkin cookies, Russian tea cookies, sugar cookie cut-outs, etc - that we arrange on a platter for after dinner

Gufflets! These cinnamon cookies are shaped like mini waffles. They came from my grandmother, but I'm not sure where they originated from. I have yet to find a person (outside of my family) that has heard of gufflets.

We always make peanut butter snowballs. They're a candy that's basically peanut butter balls dipped in white chocolate. They're crazy addictive... we also make them like twice the recommended size. :)

My mom and I would always make gingerbread cookies when I was younger, and I always demanded as much candy selection as possible. We all really like to eat them, and I think I'm going to start up the tradition again soon! This recipe also looks delicious by the way.

My family makes puppy chow and different kinds of fudge (peppermint, creamsicle, etc) every year for Christmas! We also make tons of Christmas candy like buckeyes, rock candy, and chocolate dipped pretzels.

My mom's fudge is definitely my favorite Christmas dessert!

I like an assortment of Christmas cookies - especially chocolate ones.

My mom makes the same chocolate and candy cane pie EVERY YEAR. It is the best.

Those peanut butter cookies with the hershey kiss in the middle are my favorite.

What a fun recipe!! This is a pretty simple recipe, so it wouldnt be a big deal to make multiple batches what about adding green food colouring to make Elf Poop, or dark/milk chocolate to make Reindeer Poop? I love adding a little humour to my gifts I think that this would be a cute added touch to a gift basket.

This looks absolutely amazing! I love peppermint ice cream and Funfetti cake. I wonder what the dry cake mix does for the mix. I'm saving this recipe to make for a work party or a family gathering. I would also fill festive mason jars with the mix, to give as gifts. I hope it's not too difficult to melt chocolate in my slow cooker.

Snowman poop?!? Wow, I can't say I've ever heard of such a thing, but I'm intrigued! This recipe looks great for a festive holiday party.

What a fun idea! I'll have to keep this in mind for Christmas!

I was wondering how much this makes. We have about 44 people we are wanting to make treat bags for with this.

This recipe makes about 6-8 cups worth.

Will have to try for Xmas in July 2015. We don't have a funfetti cake mix in Australia, would I be able to use a white or yellow mi with sprinkles in it?

denisestone 3234248 A white or yellow cake mix with sprinkles added in would give a similar effect. Have fun making this yummy treat! -Editor,

These comments show I will have to try it my self now lol

This is a great recipe to whip up for a last minute Christmas party. I love how simple this is to make and I think this is a real crowd-pleaser. It's so addicting!

I never would have thought to mix Cherrios, cake mix, and chocolate together. Such a sweet treat! This would definitely be a great snack to make for a holiday party or to give as a little gift.

Loved this unexpected twist on an old favorite! I had to force myself to walk away from the bowl - I didn't want to stop munching away!


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