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We’ve always been big fans of Chex party pix, making our favorite homemade Chex mix in our slow cooker for parties and game day get togethers regularly. But sometimes the craving strikes, and I just don’t want to make a party-size helping — and I don’t want to wait an hour-and-a-half to indulge either.
So I was excited to learn that Chex Cereals has a boatload of small batch recipes for Chex mix on their website, that can all be made in 15 minutes or less!
Chex cereals’ wide assortment of light and crunchy squares lend their appeal to a wide variety of recipes, both savory and sweet. With flavors like Caramel Cookie Crunch and Chocolate Banana Nut, I had a tough time choosing which flavor to try first. Ultimately I settled on giving the Gingerbread Chex Party Mix a try — perfect for the season!
Not only did this gingerbread-flavored Chex party mix recipe taste great, but it was every bit as simple to throw together as I’d hoped. Fifteen minutes from start to finish (not including cooling time) was spot on.
Chex party mix is perfect for gift giving! Package it up in an inexpensive glass jar (I picked this up at Walmart) and wind a little bakers twine around the rim for a festive hostess gift. Or an even less expensive option is to reuse the empty nut containers and wrap the outside with Christmas gift wrap.
Tuesday 17th of December 2013
What a pretty little gift and this just sounds delish!! I am not baking cookies this year, but this would make a quick and easy gift. I will be trying this out!