I am probably one of the few who have never made chex snack mix…not really sure why. But I recently observed and subsequently ate our son-in-law’s version, and oh man, it was delicious. It was strongly suggested today that I get the stuff so we can have some for the Chiefs game tonight, so I thought I would share here. Really easy and in an hour, bam, you’re good to go!!!
I’ve included a picture of what I used to measure the ingredients — your basic stolen plastic bar cup 🙂 For the amount below, this recipe was 2 plastic cups of each cereal and pretzels. I think Hyatt includes rye crisps but I couldn’t find them today. An hour in the oven, and you’re ready for the game. Hope this classic snack helps us to a Chiefs victory!
Hyatt's Famous Snack Chex Mix
Use even amounts of rice, wheat, and corn chex, and pretzel sticks (and rye crisps if desired.) Stir together heaping tsp of onion and garlic powders, and two times as much salt. Sprinkle over blended cereals and pretzels. Stir well. Mix together 3/4 stick melted butter and 1/4 cup worcestershire sauce. Slowly drizzle over mix, stirring frequently, getting it coated, but not soaked. I also sprinkled about 1/4 tsp cayenne over it as well, with the powders. The amount of butter and seasonings really depend on how much you’re making, so adjust accordingly.
Bake at 300 on baking sheets for an hour, stirring every 15 minutes. You can add worcestershire sauce and seasonings if needed when you stir.