Crock Pot Chex Mix is a super quick and easy snack and it is always a crowd pleaser. The taste of butter and seasoned chex cereal is a traditional holiday snack and a game day must have! I am always looking for recipes for snacks that are simple to throw together!

Buffalo chicken dip is a delicious snack for any event and enjoy these five amazing crock pot recipes that your family will love and will help keep dinner-time easy!

Crock Pot Chex Mix recipe

3 Cups Rice Chex
3 Cups Corn Chex
3 Cups Wheat Chex
3 Cups Quaker Crunchy Corn Bran Cereal (l love this cereal)
2 Cups pretzels
2 Cups mixed nuts
1/2 cup butter (1 stick)
1 1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt 1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon onion powder
3 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce

Place stick of butter in crock pot and melt.  Stir in spices. Add in cereal, pretzels and stir to evenly coat.  Any cereal your family likes can be used!  To prevent burning, cook on low for 1 hour and 30 minutes, stirring often. Spread out a  couple of sheets of parchment paper and pour warm snack mix onto paper to allow to cool to room temperature.  Enjoy!

You can have fun with this slow cooker chex mix recipe and try additional ingredients. We’ve tried oyster crackers, bagel chips, and even cheeze it’s for a little variety.

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  1. I have the same question as some of the other ladies….did you leave the lid off about halfway through cooking mine this way, and they seem a little soggy/stale. I’m taking the lid off for the rest of the time, so hopefully they will crisp up a bit more. Would love to hear how you did yours & how crisp they turned out compared to the original recipe. Thanks in advance!

  2. How wonderful to make my faborite snack and not have to heat the oven. This is always a quick snack for my card playing friends. Thanks

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