Warning: this Chex mix is really addicting. And for some reason, the recipes makes an endless amount. Just know that you will probably be eating a lot of this Chex mix in a very short amount of time. I want to just call it Christmas Crack. Is that allowed?
Ever since I can remember, we have had this fancy Chex mix at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Usually we would have it when we would go to my Grandma's house. I never knew who made it and brought it to the party, but boy were we glad they did! The second year Brandon and I were married, my parents were hosting Thanksgiving at their new house, and everyone was going to be there. I wanted to contribute, so Brandon and I spent a whole day in the kitchen making Oreo turkeys, and this mix. I want to make it every single year, so our kids can have the same memories of it that I do. Sweet memories of family, joy, and of course, lots of food. Enjoy!
In a very large bowl, mix together corn Chex, rice Chex, Golden Grahams, coconut, and almonds.
In a pot, mix together the margarine, sugar, and corn syrup, and bring to a boil fro 7 minutes. Pour over the dry mix.
Stir both mixtures together until the dry ingredients are evenly coated, the pour out onto wax paper to let dry.
8 cups corn Chex
8 cups rice Chex
6 cups Golden Grahams
1 cup shredded coconut
1 cup slivered almonds
3 cubes margarine
2 cups sugar
2 cups light corn syrup
Wax paper. And lots of it.