You may already have this recipe in your kitchen, but it's one of those classics that sometimes falls within the cracks.
There is nothing store-bought that can compare to homemade Chex mix. You've got to give it a try if you've never done so before. I brought some Chex mix to Thanksgiving for people to munch on as an appetizer, and to my surprise, two big containers were eaten within an hour. It was a hit! No one can resist grabbing a handful or two of Chex mix.
Note: By the time I made this Chex mix again, I had already thrown away the original packaging for the pretzels, bagel chips and mixed nuts - So you'll see that missing from the ingredients photo. I used garlic-flavored bagel chips, and I typically stick to buying mixed nuts with no salt added, since the mix itself is salty enough.
This recipe is originally from Betty Crocker. You can make this mix in the microwave, but it is WAY better when baked in the oven. Your home smells amazing, and you have less risk of burning nuts or bagel chips when baked in the oven.
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