Grandpa Dubler's Chex Mix

One of my absolute favorite things about fall and winter is that it is Chex Mix season! I can eat all the Chex Mix I want and I don't feel bad about it at all - it's really one of my comfort foods.

Growing up, my grandparents ALWAYS had a bowl of chex mix made when we came over during the winter. It's actually a family staple during Thanksgiving and Christmas while we watched football together at their house.

Because I love it so much, I thought I'd share it with you all. It's also so simple which is a must in our home.


Ingredients:


2 cups corn chex

2 cups rice chex

2 cups wheat chex

2 cups pretzels

2 cups goldfish

2 cups cheerios

1 cup peanuts

2 sticks of butter-melted

5 tsp. Worcheshire sauce

2 tsp. season salt

1 tsp. garlic powder


Now, everyone has a different tolerance for seasonings so adjust as you need to. I tend to measure garlic powder with my heart ;) Mix all the cereals, peanuts, pretzels and goldfish in a large bowl. If you don't have toddlers, you might want to leave the gold fish out but my minions love them!


Melt butter and mix in Worcheshire sauce. Pour over chex mixture and stir until all is evenly coated. Add seasonings, again stirring until evenly mixed.


Spread chex mix on cookie sheets and bake at 250 degrees for one hour stir every 15 minutes.


Let cool and enjoy!


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