Homemade Chex Mix
This easy homemade chex mix recipe is so easy to make with simple seasonings and flavors and your favorite crackers and pretzels. Perfect for snacking with friends or as a gift!
It really starts to feel like the holidays when I’m sitting down with an entire trough of my mom’s Spicy Chex Mix. This recipe makes enough for 36 servings and yeah. I make an entire batch for me, myself, and I. It’s just the way it is.
Perhaps one day I’l consider making this and handing it out as a Christmas gift. These little tins are perfect for that! Do you think people would mind if I ate half of each tin before handing them out?
Ingredients For Chex Mix:
- Chex Mix is a very forgiving recipe and you can use a variety of different types of nuts, crackers, and pretzels when making it.
- I use whatever I have on hand, this most recent time I happened to have extra-large Cheezits and Goldfish.
- When picking out mixed nuts, I recommend choosing a kind that includes peanuts. I’ve mistakenly assumed that all mixed nuts contain peanuts before, but I was very wrong.
Gluten-Free Chex Mix:
If preparing this for a large crowd or as a gift, you may want to consider making it Gluten-free, it’s very easy:
- Gluten-free crackers and pretzels are easy to find in the gluten-free aisle at your grocery store.
- French’s brand of Worcestershire sauce indicates that it is gluten-free.
- Rice and Corn Chex is gluten-free.
- The remaining ingredients in this recipe are gluten-free.
- Chex Mix is a great recipe to make ahead of time because it keeps well when stored in an airtight container.
- You can prepare the entire recipe up to two weeks ahead of time.
Chex Mix should be stored at room temperature in an airtight container for 4-6 weeks.
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- Bacon Ranch Cheddar Cheese Ball
- Copycat Applebee’s Spinach and Artichoke Dip
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Spicy Chex Mix
- 9 cups Chex, Half rice, half corn
- 4 cups Cheddar Crackers
- 2 cups Pretzels
- 3 cups Mixed Nuts
- 2 sticks Butter
- 2 Tablespoons Chili powder
- 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, ensure it is Gluten free, French's makes theirs gluten free!
- 2 Tablespoons Tobasco sauce
- 1 teaspoon Garlic powder
- Preheat the oven to 300 degrees.
- Take 2 roasting pans and add a stick of butter to each. Place in the oven until melted.
- Remove pan from the oven. Rotate the baking sheet to spread butter evenly around it.
- Distribute the sauce ingredients evenly onto each sheet and mix to combine.
- Evenly distribute the dry ingredients into each roasting pan and mix carefully until evenly coated with sauce ingredients.
- Put the pans back in the oven for ½ hour, removing pans to stir a couple of times while baking.
- Cool on a cookie sheet or parchment paper before storing in an airtight container.