Thursday, January 31, 2013

Trail mix Chex treat recipe


I put this recipe together for Valentine's Day but anytime and any occasion would be perfect. 
Bring it to your next party or make it for movie night!

Isabelle Thornton Trail mix treat recipe

4 cups rice Chex mix cereal
1 cup assorted nuts with sea salt
1 cup caramel bits or equivalent in squares
1/2 cup M & Ms
1/2 cup semi sweet chocolate chips


In bowl add cereal, M & M, nuts.

Melt the caramel in a separate bowl for 20 seconds at a time in the microwave. When melted add to the cereal and mix well.

When mix is still sticky make little mounts the size of golf bowls using your hands or 2 spoons. Place on parchment paper.

In separate bowl melt semi sweet chocolate every 10 seconds at a time. When melted sprinkle with a fork on the top of the mix mounts. 
let set and place in cupcake liners.
You can use this recipe also as a gift like shown in this Gift for teacher's post



17 comments:

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

How yummy!
I'm going to make these for Super Bowl Sunday! Thanks, Isabelle!
~Lynne
w/L.

Attic Clutter said...

yummmmmm(:)
thanks for sharing this !!!

Deanna said...

i know that this has to be gooooood!
mercy sakes alive,
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lie-ying said...

looks yummy!

Amy Orvin said...

I don't usually care for chex mix on its own but adding chocolate would be a great idea!

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Natasha Sobhn said...

i'll try to make on valentine :) looks yummy

Lynn said...

I just made these with my youngest daughter. They are SO good!!! Thanks a lot! ; )

Isabelle Thornton said...

The kids asked me to make more!!! I love the crunchiness of the chex.
Xo

mitchellina metta said...

*drooling* look so delicious!

Lulu said...

Oh no, it's too tempting, bye-bye diet))

ne-knopka said...

Yummy!

LBDDiaries said...

This is so much better than the original recipe! People at the office will love this - thanks!

Annie1 said...

These look like the perfect sweet/salty snack!

Great for the game tomorrow!

thanks

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Christina Dragan said...

Wow, this look good and simple to make. Must try!

Zoe Lianne said...

that looks delicious!

may give it a try soon - i really need to start cooking more often xx

Natasha K said...

I'll try this recipe!Looks yummy!

Courtney B said...

wow that looks amazing!:) thanks for sharing!

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