Crock-Pot Chex Mix

Thought this would be a fun recipe for Super Bowl Sunday.

Crock-Pot Chex Mix

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour, 50 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 55 minutes

Serving Size: 15

Crock-Pot Chex Mix

Ingredients

3 Cups of Rice Chex
3 Cups of Corn Chex
3 Cups of Chocolate Chex
3 Cups of Kix
3 Cups of Pretzels
1 Can of Cashews
1 Cup of Vegetable Oil
2 Tablespoons of Worcestershire Sauce
1 1/2 Teaspoon Seasoned Salt
3/4th Teaspoon Garlic Powder

Instructions

  1. I used a liner to make clean up easier.
  2. Pour dry cereal, nuts and pretzel into a 6 quart or larger crock-pot.
  3. Mix together all remaining ingredients well and pour all over cereal.
  4. Take a spatula and mix the oil well all over the cereal.
  5. You will cook this on high for 90 minutes, leaving the lid off the entire time.
  6. Mix well every 15 minutes to keep the bottom from burning.
  7. If the bottom starts to burn, turn it on low early.
  8. After 90 minutes put on low and mix well every 5-10 minutes for 20-30 minutes (play by ear).
  9. Once it's done, spread on a cookie sheet, that has wax paper or parchment paper on it.
  10. I scooped it out and found the very bottom has cereal very broken up, so I left the very broken up crumbs in the crock-pot liner.

Notes

You can change the cereal if you choose, and cashews to a different nut if you choose as well.

http://crockpotladies.com/crockpot-chex-mix/

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Comments

    • says

      We don’t have a recipe here for a Chex mix with hot sauce, but you could easily adjust this recipe and add some hot sauce to your mix. Would add a nice spice I would think. I would add maybe 1/4 cup.

  1. Belinda Jones says

    In the oven we never used oil. Used butter mixed with worcestershire. Do you use oil because its being done crockpot.

  2. Belinda Jones says

    We have always used butter when we cooked ours in the oven. Do you need the oil because its being done in the crockpot or could I still use butter?

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