"Cheesy crackers, crunchy nuts and a mix of citrus and herbs make this cereal mix a delicious nibble." — Chex® Party Mix
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fresh rosemary leaves, minced
Corn Chex® cereal
Wheat Chex® cereal
Rice Chex® cereal
Parmesan-flavored crackers (not fish-shaped)
I only used corn and rice Chex. I subbed white cheddar crackers for of the Parmesan kind. This baked for 45 minutes at 250.
This is a good recipe but extremely MILD without much more added. I doubled, even tripled some of the flavors and it still was very bland. If you add a lot more rosemary, garlic, lemon and butter, it has a great flavor. But as is, it tastes like slightly seasoned dry chex.
I used olive oil and because I didn't have fresh rosemary, I subbed dried and used about a teaspoon. I used just a pinch of sea salt. I did not have parmesan flavored crackers but I did have oyster crackers so I used those and added about a quarter of Kraft parmesan cheese (that comes in the green canister). We really liked this, me especially. Next time I might double the garlic powder and maybe add some cayenne pepper or lemon pepper but that's a personal taste kind of thing.
Yummy stuff! couldn't keep my hands out of it!
this stuff is so easy and so good!
I hate to be the Grinch today but I'm seriously miffed! Considering how nice it smelled cooking, I expected a lot of flavor. What I got was bland, bland, bland. No lemon, no rosemary flavor. At All. I ended up splashing it with Worcestshire and re-cooking it just so I wouldn't have to throw it out. General Mills, you've cost me some coin with these recipes and you let me down completely. :o(
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lemon Rosemary Chex(R) Mix
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 76
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