Wednesday, February 3, 2010

White Chocolate Chex Mix


This is a recipe I made for Christmas (as you can tell by the green and red ribbons) but would be great for any function where you want snack food and have a lot of people (like a super bowl party). This was my first time making this recipe, but I gave it out as gifts and everyone loved it! Several people even asked for the recipe. This is very, very easy and so good that it is hard to stop eating!

I found it HERE, but there is really many variations of this out there. You can really put whatever you want in this... my mom made it with Cheerios, I've seen others use cashews, or Crispix, whatever your family likes!


White Chocolate Chex Mix
From: mrsw via Tasty Kitchen

Ingredients:
1 pkg (20 oz) white melting wafers
12 oz Pretzels (knotted shape works best here)
12 oz M&Ms (I used plain, but you could use whatever you prefer
12 oz Dry Roasted Peanuts
12 oz Rice Chex Cereal

Directions:
1. In a very large bowl, melt the Wafers in the microwave at 30 second intervals.

2. Add cereal, pretzels, peanuts and M&Ms to the bowl. Slowly fold the mix over and over until all of the pieces are completely covered. (The bigger the bowl the better, I ended up having to use 2 bowls, because mine wasn't big enough).

3. When all pieces are covered, spread out the party mix on waxed paper to dry. When it is dry, store in a large airtight container or divide it up into treat bags. Enjoy!

2 comments:

The Gammons Family said...

We call this "holiday special" and make it with Captain Crunch. It's Amanda's favorite. Throw some Capt. in next time. You won't regret it.

Elizabeth said...

Captain crunch does sound like it would be tasty mixed in, I will definitely try that next time!

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