Best Chex Mix with White Chocolate Recipe

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White chocolate Chex mix is an absolute household hit, particularly with the kids. Its versatility makes it ideal for various occasions – playdates, parties, football games – and it’s especially convenient during the Christmas holiday season. You can whip up large batches and store them in an airtight container in the fridge for weeks.

Nothing lasts very long in our house. In fact, we consider ourselves lucky if a large cookie sheet of this deliciousness manages to survive for a couple of hours! It’s not just a treat for us, but also a fantastic homemade gift, especially during Christmas.

White Chocolate Chex Mix Crack

Listed below are a few commonly used ingredients that are often incorporated.

1. Dried Cranberries
2. Slivered Almonds
3. Pretzel Sticks
4. Mini Peanut Butter Cups
5. Butterscotch Chips

Delicious quick Chex Party Mix with white chocolate

How to make white chocolate chex mix on a cookie sheet in 10 minutes!
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Crazy Melted Chocolate Chex Party Mix

Supply List

  • 3 cups corn chex cereal
  • 2 cups plain cheerios
  • 2 cups small pretzels
  • 1 cup peanuts
  • 1 bag chocolate m&m’s 12.6oz
  • 2 bags white chocolate chips 11oz each
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • wax paper
  • large cookie sheet

Instructions : Step by Step

  • Mix the first 5 ingredients in a very large bowl. Melt the chips and oil in the microwave for about 4 minutes or until melted. Stir and microwave again for about 30 seconds. If your chips seem thick, add a little more oil.
  • Pour melted chocolate over dry ingredients and mix together. Once all the dry ingredients are covered with chocolate, spread on wax paper and a large cookie sheet and allow to cool.
  • It took about an hour to cool and then I placed the entire sheet in the refrigerator to harden.
  • Once hard, break off into pieces and start eating!


Be sure to add to the refrigerator to harden!
Author: Jessica Bruno

This chex mix recipe is so simple to make!

Chocolate Chex Mix Recipe

The white chocolate chex mix recipe can be a delicious combination of Chex cereal, white chocolate chips, and other tasty ingredients that can be enjoyed as a snack or dessert.

By using the Chex mix chocolate recipe, you can quickly and easily make a batch of warm, gooey, and indulgent treats for any occasion.

Simply add the cheerios, pretzels, m&m’s, peanuts, corn chex cereal and mix in a bowl.

Melt the chocolate chips with oil in microwave and pour over mixture.

Cover a cookie sheet with wax paper and spread mixture across baking sheet.

Cool and place in refrigerator.

Can You Freeze White Chocolate Chex Mix?

You can also store this yummy sweet treat in freezer stay fresh ziplock bags in the freezer for future parties. 

Adapted from SixSistersStuff .

This Chex mix with melted white chocolate is absolutely delicious and it only last a couple hours. 

This is the perfect for football games, kids’ parties, or even Christmas. Look no further than this melted chocolate Chex party mix! I’ve even seen some great recipes that incorporate orange and black colors to make it super festive for Halloween.

In just under 10 minutes, you can whip up the best junk food on the planet.

All you need is some Chex mix and chocolate to create a delectable treat that will satisfy any craving. Simply melt the chocolate, pour it over the Chex mix, and give it a quick toss. Voila!

You have a mouthwatering snack that everyone will love. The best part? You can make a big batch and store it in the freezer for those impromptu cravings or unexpected guests. It’s that simple!

So the next time you’re in need of a quick and delicious snack, remember this easy 10-minute sweet treat with Chex mix and chocolate. It’s a crowd-pleaser that will keep you prepared for any snacking occasion!

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