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Holiday Chex mix tastes like Santa’s workshop.
Seriously, if we could literally taste the North Pole I bet this white chocolate and peppermint Chex mix is what it would taste like. I wonder if Santa’s elves would share this stuff with the rest of us? I wouldn’t blame them if they didn’t!
So, here we have another simple and easy-to-follow holiday recipe. if you can mix a few ingredients in a bowl you can surely make this yummy Chex mix. It has hints of peppermint, white chocolate, and your favorite cereal from childhood. Sounds good, right? Right!
I recall my mother making a savory holiday Chex mix during the holidays. Ah, the memories!
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Recipe and image courtesy of Cutting Back Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Package this Chex mix up into individual baggies and pass it out at your child’s holiday school parties. It’s the perfect treat!