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Christmas Chex Mix™

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Christmas Chex Mix™
  • Prep Time 15 min
  • Total Time 25 min
  • Servings 12
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Christmas Chex Mix™

Whether you're looking for a snappy holiday snack, or an easy gift for your neighbors and friends, this deliciously sweet Chex mix™ is the perfect treat for any occasion!

Ingredients

12
cups Rice Chex™ cereal
1
bag (12 ounce) white chocolate chips
1/4
cup shredded coconut
1/3
cup dried cherries
1/3
cup pecans, coarsely crushed
1/3
cup green and red candy-coated dark chocolate pieces

Directions

  • 1 Place Rice Chex™ in a large bowl.
  • 2 Place white chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl and zap in microwave until melted. (Microwave ovens vary, so try 20 second intervals, stirring between each, until the chocolate is smooth and fluid. Do not over-cook.)
  • 3 Pour melted chocolate chips over Chex™.
  • 4 Add coconut, cherries, pecans, and candy pieces. Toss until well coated.
  • 5 Pour Chex Mix™ onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Allow to sit in a cool, dry location until chocolate firms up.
  • 6 Break into pieces. Share & Enjoy!
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Merry Chex Mix!

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen,

Say “Merry Chex Mix!” with this frosty little snack mix that’s perfect for parties and presents alike.


This recipe is brought to you by the little Christmas mouse that is apparently living under my fridge. Tell me it'll go away once I feed it this awesome White Christmas Chex Mix and otherwise ignore its quirky little squeaks. I don't have it in me to do anything more than wish it away.

 

Ingredients for Christmas Chex Mix recipe.

To make this deeelishy Chex Mix, you're gonna need just a few really easy-to-nab ingredients, and a pair of headphones. It's the best way to cook while otherwise ignoring said Christmas kitchen mouse. Also, rocking out while cooking? Get on board with it.

 

Start with Rice Chex cereal.

Start 'er up with Rice Chex. You can use any of the other Chex flavors, but Rice Chex offers such a great, simple flavor, and the light crunch pairs perfectly with all the other goodies we're gonna throw in here.

 

Add melted white chocolate to the Chex cereal.

Like, oh, you know…white chocolate. Oodles and goodles of it. Yes goodles is a word. Yes, you may lick the spoon.

 

Mix the white chocolate into the cereal.

Stir. Toss. Mix. Shake your groove thing. Ignore the scritchy scratches of the recipe-sponsoring mouse. It's the holidays. We all deserve a little good cheer and a nice, warm kitchen to hang out in.

*Special Announcement #1: The Christmas mouse in the Lazy Susan would like to thank you for having a nice,warm kitchen to hang out in and offer the following images of the next four ingredients…*

1. Coconut

Christmas Chex Mix - coconut

 

2. Pecans

Christmas Chex Mix - pecans

 

3. Dried Cherries

Christmas Chex Mix - dried cranberries

 

4. Dark chocolate candy pieces in Christmas colors

Christmas Chex Mix - candy pieces

 

*Special Announcement #2: Christmas kitchen mice don't know beans about images.*

 

Let Chex Mix cool on a parchment-lined pan.

Toss your Chex Mix onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Pop it all in the refrigerator. Under no circumstances should you put it on the floor by the Lazy Susan. Just sayin'.

 

White Christmas Snack Mix ready to party!

Crack it. Snack it. Nibble away. Dropping a few crumbs on the ground may be appreciated by one Christmas Kitchen Mouse residing in the Lazy Susan. It's a holiday love kind of a thing.

 


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Nothing's better at parties than Chex Mix. Try these to set out at snackin' time or to tie up in ribbons for munchy gifts.

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen where she shares fun family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!
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