Hey guys! Welcome Back to Blogmas! I hope you’re enjoying it so far. If you have checked out day 1 and day 2 make sure you do, so that you don’t miss any of the holiday fun. Today’s post is one that I’ve been so excited to share with you guys. It’s another Bake With Me, which are some of my favorite posts to write. I love being in the kitchen especially at the holidays so I’m going to try and incorporate as many Bake With Me’s as I can without going overboard. Today I want to share a recipe my family makes every year from Thanksgiving through New Years. It’s one of my favorite snacks and truly signifies that the holidays have begun. We are going to be making Party Mix, which is really just a festive way of saying Chex Mix.
Like I said Party Mix is one of my all time favorite snacks and I love that my family saves it for this special time of year. It’s a great recipe for getting the kids involved. It has minimal prep and it has fairly straight forward ingredients. Pop on your favorite Christmas movie in the background and get ready to make a snack the whole family can enjoy.
- Roast Pan
- 6 tbsp Butter
- 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 2 tsp Season-All Salt
- 3 cups Corn Chex
- 3 cups Rice Chex
- 3 cups Wheat Chex
- 1 cup Pretzle Stix (mini)
- 1 cup Peanuts
- The first thing you'll want to do is preheat your oven to 250°F
- Next, you'll want to cut up 6 tablespoons of butter in your large roast pan and let the butter melt in the oven. This should take about 5 minutes.
- Once your butter is fully melted you'll want to add your two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce.
- Next add in your two teaspoon or Season-All Salt and mix in with the butter and worcestershire sauce. This will the what coats your party mix & gives it a very slight spice.
- Next you'll add 3 cups of Corn,Rice,and Wheat Chex. Make sure to mix the ceral in your sauce well to ensure they all get evenly coated.
- Finally add your 1 cup of pretzel sticks and 1 cup of peanuts, again mixing in between.
- Cook in 15 minute intervals for a total of 1 hour, stirring the mixture inbetween intervals.
Yummy In My Tummy
There you have it, one of the easiest yet tastiest holiday snacks. This recipe is perfect for when you have guest over and people need something to munch on while they wait for the main dish. Before I got I want to share today’s FREE gift with you, a Christmas Word Search. I thought this would be something fun to do either by yourself or with others. An old coworker and I use to set a timer for 1 minute and whoever found all their words first would win. Also if you’re a teacher and would like to use this in the classroom, I have included an answer key as well.
What’s your favorite holiday snack to make with your friends and family? Let me know in the comments. Thanks for stopping by, until next time…
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