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Original Chex® Party Mix recipe

Original Chex Party Mix Recipe.

Still great after all these years! Chex®Party Mix has been a party favorite since the 1960’s.

Recipe: Original Chex®Party Mix

6 tablespoons butter or margarine
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons seasoned salt
3/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
3 cups Corn Chex® cereal
3 cups Rice Chex® cereal
3 cups Wheat Chex® cereal
1 cup mixed nuts
1 cup bite-size pretzels
1 cup garlic-flavor bite-size bagel chips or regular-size bagelchips, broken into 1-inch pieces

  • Heat oven to 250°F (120°C). Inungreased large roasting pan, melt butter in oven. Stir in seasonings.Gradually stir in remaining ingredients until evenly coated.
  • Bake 1 hour, stirring every 15 minutes.Spread on paper towels to cool, about 15 minutes. Store in airtightcontainer.

    Makes 24 (1/2 cup) servings.

    Microwave Directions: In large microwavablebowl, microwave butter uncovered on High about 40 seconds oruntil melted. Stir in seasonings. Gradually stir in remainingingredients until evenly coated. Microwave uncovered on High5 to 6 minutes, thoroughly stirring every 2 minutes. Spread onpaper towels to cool. Store in airtight container.

    Recipe Tip:

    • The original recipe includes Corn Chex®,Rice Chex® and Wheat Chex®. You can mix and match tosuit your taste–just use a total of 9 cups of cereal.
    • To reduce the fat to 2 grams and the caloriesto 80 per serving, use 3 tablespoons margarine instead of the6 tablespoons butter, omit mixed nuts and use fat-free bagelchips.
    • Make enough of this favorite mix to packageup as gifts for special friends–it’s so good and alwaysa welcome surprise!

    Recipe and photograph provided courtesyof, through ECES, Inc., Electronic Color EditorialServices.

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  • Comments



    Clipped from the coupon section, the Chex Party Mix has a few more ingredients than the traditional Chex Mix.


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