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For years, I’ve been a major fan of Chex Mix. My grandma Karen would make this amazing Chex mix in her oven every year around the holidays. If I think real hard I can smell it now. It would taste so good, especially right out of the oven. There was just something about the way that my grandma made her Chex mix that really left an impression on my heart and my taste buds. I remember eating handful after handful of the stuff.
I have made grandma’s version of Chex mix over the years but her method is a quite a lengthy process, and well worth it, of course! However, I can’t always take that much time, especially when I’m preparing a bunch of snacks for a holiday party. So, I came across this caramelized snack mix recipe and it was like a godsend. I couldn’t believe how easy it was to whip up this yummy recipe. I love the sweet and saltiness of the party mix and you will, too 🙂
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.
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