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Take a favorite cereal for snacking, and dress it up with a hint of apple, laced with strings of melted vanilla, and you get a perfect appetizer to munch on while waiting for the big meal. Chex Mix recipes are a godsend when it comes to year-round, quick and tasty appetizers. You can easily leave these out in a dish throughout your home, while festivities of all sorts, take place. Cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg are all complementary components, to this super easy dish.
You can use either dried or freeze-dried apples for this recipe. The freeze-dried are crispier and lighter because they contain less moisture than your regular dried apples. Also, if you’re not a fan of walnut, simply choose any of your favorite nuts for this. You could try almonds or hazelnuts; whatever tickles your fancy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Betty Crocker
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