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Chex Mix Recipe


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Chex Mix

Chex Mix


There is never a family gathering at Sarah’s parents’ house without bowls of Party Mix set out to munch on. One of our favorite snacks would have to be our homemade chex mix.  One of the greatest recipes and surely to be a hit, the best part of this recipe is that it can be totally tailored to whatever you like.  Don’t like almonds, great than toss in some pecans.  Not a big fan of raisons, dont use them, or better yet toss in some Craisins.  There are no limits to how you can use this recipe and totally own.  This is a classic favorite of the family and we have gotten so many others hooked on it as well.  Below, we’ve given you are favorite way to make the chex mix, again feel free to make it your own, go one step further and let us know what you have done to make it your own, we would love to get some more chex mix recipes and ideas!  Happy Holidays!

Ingredients:

  • 1 stick butter
  • 4 t Worcestershire
  • ¾ t garlic powder
  • ½ t seasoned salt
  • 2 cups corn chex cereal
  • 2 cups rice chex cereal
  • 2 cups wheat chex cereal
  • Couple handfuls of pretzel sticks
  • 1/3 c cashew pieces and halves
  • ¼ c peanuts
  • ¼ c golden raisins (optional)

 

Directions:

Melt butter in 9×13 or larger metal pan on stove top at low heat. Add Worcestershire, garlic powder, and seasoned salt. Mix.

Add mixture of chex, pretzels, and nuts. Mix.

Bake at 250 degrees for ½ hour, add raisins, bake another 15 minutes.

Coley nor I like raisins so I just usually bake for ½ hour, stir party mix, then bake another 15 minutes instead of adding in the raisins.

Spread on paper towel to cool. SNACK!


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Since Sarah & Coley first met, they have enjoyed sharing their love of food--cooking, baking, and culinary exploration. Random fact: when vacationing, they won't eat at any national chain restaurants. For their day jobs, Coley is a Financial Advisor with Investment Centers of America and Sarah is Adjunct Faculty at two local universities and CEO/Social Media Strategist at SociallySeasoned, LLC.
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