"Balsamic vinegar, Italian seasoning and garlic powder add bold flavors to a snack mix that will become a family favorite." — Chex® Cereal
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Rice Chex® cereal
salted soy nuts (roasted soybeans)
olive or canola oil
1 (3 ounce) bag
fat-free butter-flavor microwave popcorn, popped
shredded or grated Parmesan cheese
Super, SUPER yummy. I don't eat soy nuts so I substituted dry roasted peanuts and I used a whole cup. I also popped my own popcorn with the air popper (about four cups, maybe a little more?). I also used half parmesan cheese/half nutritional yeast and I added two teaspoons on onion powder. Dude, this was off the charts good. Last night, we ate every bit of this and I plan on making more today. This was SO, so good. NOTE: I did use a homemade italian seasoning and a quality balsamic, which really determines the outcome of your mix.
A sophisticated taste. Not too salty. It seemed to get better after having sat for over 24 hours.
Great, healthy way to make a tasty Chex Mix! I didn't have soy nuts so made without, and ended up adding a few more tbsp of balsamic & oil and another 2 tsps of Italian seasoning and garlic powder. And added a little salt as well. Delish!
Well, it is very miid in flavor. Good crunch. How ever the soy nuts fall straight to the bottom , I guess because of their size. I'm not sure if I will try it again.
I loved Sarah Jo's suggestion of adding nutritional yeast instead of the Parmesan cheese! The vinegar really makes this mix taste great! I'll be making this again soon!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gluten Free Italian Chex(R) Mix
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 21
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