Everyone knows the traditional Chex Mix, but few know about its delicious white chocolate version! Not only is this version of Chex Mix totally indulgent and delicious, it’s also surprisingly simple to make.Jump to Recipe
What you need to make your Chex mix
All you need is a box of Rice and/or Corn Chex cereal, some white chocolate chips, pretzel sticks and roasted peanuts. Start by melting the white chocolate chips until they’re completely melted. Do this slowly as you do not want to burn the chocolate. Lastly, stir in the cereal and until they’re evenly coated in the chocolate mixture.
Spread them out on a baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes at 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
How long can Chex mixes be stored?
In general, Chex Mix can be stored in an airtight container for up to two weeks. For longer storage, it’s best to freeze the mix. It will stay fresh for up to three months when frozen. Be sure to let the mix cool completely before storing and make sure the container is airtight to keep out moisture and prevent the chocolate from melting.
What are some creative toppings you can add to your Chex Mix for even more flavor?
To add more flavor to your White Chocolate Chex Mix, try adding some of these creative toppings: dried fruit, coconut flakes, nuts, pretzels, peanut butter chips or M&Ms, candy corn, shredded toasted marshmallows, mini chocolate chips, caramel bits or syrup and crushed graham crackers. For a savory twist, you can also try adding crumbled bacon or cheese crackers.
Are there other types of cereal that can be used instead of Rice or Corn Chex for this recipe?
Yes, you can use a variety of cereals to make White Chocolate Chex Mix. Some popular options include Honey Nut Chex, Multi-Bran Chex, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and Kix cereal. You can also mix and match cereals for more flavor variety. Enjoy experimenting with different combinations to find the flavor that suits your taste buds the best!
Is White Chocolate Chex Mix a good option for people with dietary restrictions?
White Chocolate Chex Mix can be a great option for people with dietary restrictions, as it is very customizable. It can easily be made without any added sugar or dairy-free, depending on what ingredients you use. It’s also relatively low in calories and fat, making it a healthier snack option. Additionally, you can make it gluten-free by swapping out the cereal for gluten-free options that are available. Be sure to double check the ingredients of your cereals before beginning to ensure that it fits within your dietary requirements. Enjoy!
White Chocolate Chex Mix
- 3 C rice Chex
- 3 C corn Chex
- 2 C pretzel sticks
- 1 C dry roasted peanuts
- 1 lb white chocolate
- Add cereal, nuts and pretzels to a large bowl.
- Melt chocolate in pan over low heat or double boiler, stirring constantly until smooth.
- Drizzle over cereal, nut and pretzels mixture in bowl, stirring gently to coat all.
- Spread mixture onto wax paper. When cooled, break into pieces.
Once your White Chocolate Chex Mix is done baking and it has cooled off completely – it’s ready to enjoy! Enjoy this sweetly-indulgent treat on its own as an after-school snack or even bring it to game night with friends!
Have fun experimenting with different flavors like German Chocolate Chunk Chex Mix or Peanut Butter Cup Chex Mix. The possibilities are truly endless!
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