Chex Pumpkin Pie Crunch Recipe

Here is a great recipe which I think would make a great gift as well which I found at the Betty Crocker website:


What You Will Need:

–   1/4 cup of brown sugar

–   1 Tbsp of pumpkin pie spice

–   1/4 cup of butter

–   2 tsp of vanilla

–   2 cups of Cinnamon Chex cereal

–   2 cups of Wheat Chex cereal

–   2 cups of Honey Nut Chex cereal

–   1 cup of pecans


What You Will Need to do:

1.   In small bowl, mix the brown sugar and pumpkin pie spice.

2.   In a separate bowl, microwave the butter on for 30 seconds or until melted.  Stir in vanilla.

3.   In a large microwavable bowl, mix all cereals and pecans.

4.   Pour butter mixture over cereal mixture, stirring until evenly distributed.

5.   Add the sugar and spice mixture and stir until coated.

6.   Microwave uncovered for 5 minutes or until mixture begins to brown, stirring every minute.

7.   Spread on wax paper or a cookie sheet to cool.


–  Store in airtight container.



About Dino
There are many things that I love to do. One of those things is crafts! If I could find a job that involved crafts and being able to pay the bills, I'd be all over it! I've also found a great love for cooking and baking in the past few years. Sometimes there doesn't seem to be enough time in the day to be able to fully get into cooking and baking to the degree that I would like to. I've also found myself making a HUGE effort to save my family money. I'm still a beginner but I'm surprised at how many different ways I've found to save money, including starting to use coupons! I hope you enjoy all that I'm about to share.

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