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Chex School Fuel

A kid pleasing treat for children of all ages. If you want to get creative, add nuts or M&M's. From the Chex cereal company.

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  • Cover cookie sheet with waxed paper.
  • Microwave first three ingredients uncovered in large microwavable bowl, until butter is melted; stir after one minute.
  • Stir in baking soda until dissolved.
  • Add cereals and stir.
  • Microwave on High 3 minutes, stirring every 60 seconds.
  • Spread on cookie sheet.
  • Cool 10 minutes; break into bite-size pieces.
  • Melt chocolate chips in small microwavable bowl until chocolate can be stirred smooth.
  • Drizzle chocolate over snack.
  • Refrigerate 30 minutes or until chocolate is set.
  • Store in airtight container.
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"A kid pleasing treat for children of all ages. If you want to get creative, add nuts or M&M's. From the Chex cereal company."
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  1. CindyMarie
    I add dry-roasted peanuts, which give it a great sweet-salty flavor. Both kids and adults love!
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  2. StacieB CO
    This is the best! My kids inhale it almost as fast as I can make it! I like to make it with 4c corn chex, 2c rice and 2c wheat. I try to sneak extra fiber in where I can! ;) —
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  3. Kzim4
    I made a double batch of these for my ds class, and they LOVED them! The only things I changed were that I cooked this on the stove (stirring for about 5 minutes after getting the cereal coated with the sugar mixture), and using leftover white candy coating instead of the chocolate chips. Thank you for posting!
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  4. Kzim4
    I made a double batch of these for my ds class, and they LOVED them! The only things I changed were that I cooked this on the stove (stirring for about 5 minutes after getting the cereal coated with the sugar mixture), and using leftover white candy coating instead of the chocolate chips. Thank you for posting!
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  5. nranger7
    I am addicted to this stuff!!! So yummy! For a while I didn't have a microwave large enough to accomodate all of the cereal so I tried to make it in "shifts". It was difficult to measure the appropriate ratio of liquid to cereal so I wouldn't recommend that method. Other times I mixed the ingredients together, placed it all on a cookie sheet and heated it in the oven - keeping a close eye on it and stirring it often. The original method is the best, but if your microwave is too dinky, the oven is an OK alternative.
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