Chewy Almond Chex Mix

"This is a really yummy alternative to the traditional chex mix. I cannot recall where exactly I got this recipe from, I wish I could remember so that I can thank the person. I love the combination of sliced almond and almond extract...add the coconut...YUMMY! I was initially concerned with how sticky this would be however; it came out terrific. The original author gave this snack as a Christmas gift to neighbors and provided a cute little note "We made a list and "chexed" it twice, to be sure we included our neighbors so nice". I hope you enjoy this as much as I do."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 9mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a large bowl add the Rice Chex, shredded coconut and sliced almonds, put to the side.
  • In a dutch oven combine the Karo corn syrup, butter, sugar, and salt and cook on medium heat, stiring constantly until the mixture comes to a boil.
  • Remove the mixture from the heat and add the baking soda and almond extract, stir until combined. (The mixture will get frothy and will expand in size, this is normal and what you want).
  • Add your reserved dry ingredients to your wet mixture and stir lightly until the ingredients are combined.
  • Spread the combined mixture onto waxed paper on your counter top.
  • Allow mixture to cool for 1 hour or until the mixure is able to be packaged. (Or at least until your patience runs thin and you have to have just a nibble).

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Reviews

  1. bmcnichol
    Yum this was really good. I followed the recipe as written other then I didn't add the coconut because I don't like it. We all enjoyed this. Made for Spring PAC 2012
     
  2. Muffin Goddess
    Wow, I loved this! I wasn't sure if I would or not, because I usually shy away from stuff containing almonds (like the flavor, not so keen on the nuts themselves), but this was really good. I was trying to make things only with what I already had on hand, so I only had one cup of the sliced almonds in the house anyhow. I made everything else as written, and I used the almond extract. After trying this, I think I would actually be fine with adding the second cup of sliced almonds if I had it around. I guess I should bring this to work to share, since I'm likely to eat the whole batch myself if I don't (DH isn't a big sweets-eater, so I'm not guaranteed to get much help from him -- his loss! lol). Thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring 2011
     
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I'm always on the look out for new tried and true recipes and love to share the recipes that I enjoy making. Growing up as a child my mom taught me how to cook/bake and I later entered food competitions at our local fair. I hope to some day share my love of cooking with my children. I love to cook casseroles..I'm not a huge fan of meat but will toss it in casseroles for my meat and potato husband. :)
 
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