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Give savory a try this fall with a Chex cereal recipe!

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Jackson Jenkins
Landon Payne in a santa costume putting Chex Mix(TM) into the bag at a dining table.

Ingredients:
3 cups Corn Chex
3 cups Rice Chex
3 cups Wheat Chex
1 cup mixed nuts of choice
1 cup bite sized pretzels
1 cup bagel chips
6 tsp butter
2 tsp worcestershire sauce
1 ½ tsp seasoned salt
¾ tsp garlic powder
½ tsp onion powder

Steps:
1. In a large microwavable bowl, combine all cups of Chex cereal, mixed nuts, pretzels, and bagel chips. The set aside.
2. In a small microwavable bowl; microwave butter, uncovered on high for 40 seconds or until melted.
3. Add your seasonings to the melted butter, grab the Chex cereal and pour butter and seasoning mixture over the cereal.
4. Microwave the bowl of Chex on high for 5-6 minutes, thoroughly stirring every 2 minutes until time is up.
5. Spread on paper towels or parchment paper to cool, store in an airtight container and enjoy!

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