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This is AWESOME! I did double the seasoning to make sure all was coated well. I have made this more than once (goes great around holidays - quickly devoured). I keep a box when I know I will be making this and line it with a garbage bag to mix dry ingredients. Then I use 2 aluminum roasting pans and make 2 batches of seasoning (1 for each pan). I omit the cheerios and croutons, and use Gardettos Rye Chips. So YUMMY!

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JessieGirl July 04, 2010

This makes A LOT of chex mix. You also need to increase the wet ingreedients in order to cover the entire mix.

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Super Duper Mom July 15, 2008

This recipe was great. THe taste was very classic. I would reccoment adding another 1/4 cup of oil to coat the cereals completely though. Thanx for the great recipe

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aaron07 December 20, 2007

Very good. I needed to double the seasoning mix to get all the ingredients coated. I substituted pretzel sticks for the nuggets. Warning: makes a TON of Chex mix. Had I been thinking clearly (Christmas time) I would have made only half the recipe. My husband and I both ended up taking large bowls of leftover mix to work for our co-workers to gobble up.

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Deb Wolf January 14, 2006

thanks this works great dee

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Dienia B. November 13, 2005

I made this recipe for school snacks. We do not like cheerios, and did not want two types of pretzels, so we played around with the dry ingredients by adding some sesame sticks and small cheese crackers. Thanks!

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Daphne2002 September 15, 2003
Mom's Chex Mix