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    Anyone who has tried name-brand Cinnamon Chex knows that they are absolutely delicious. Maybe you thought you could make it at home for cheaper? Maybe healthier? YOU CAN! And this recipe won't make the cereal gummy, either! Most recipes call for some liquid, such as melted butter, to moisten the cereal so that the seasonings and spices will stick... but if you've tried and failed, you know why. Some pieces get drenched, and some don't get coated at all. It's a mess. THIS method creates a much more homogeneous and tasty alternative!

    Recipe #497846

    I originally got the idea for this recipe from http://www.internationalfood4u.com , but I changed it to fit the items I most often have and a method that I feel works better.

    Recipe #497840

    This is an adaptation of my grandmother's recipe, who could whip it up by "eye-balling it". Keep in mind that these measurements are subjective and approximate. Recipes were meant to be tweaked, so adjust to your tastes! If you prefer a sweeter slaw, be heavier on the mayo. I like mine with a little tang, so this recipe has a fair amount of vinegar, but not so much to make it sour. [And no, I'm not breaking code by sharing this recipe. It's nothing top-secret, but it certainly is the best... Then again, maybe I'm just prejudiced...]

    Recipe #497799


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