Snickerdoodle Chex Mix
like the cookies I remember
FYI: This is not a sponsored a post. I just really liked this recipe and gluten-free Chex cereals in general.
When I was growing up (and eating whatever I wanted) snickerdoodles were always my favorite cookie. I don't know if it was the taste, helping my mom roll them in cinnamon and sugar, or that adorable name, but I always loved them--especially when they were still warm and soft from the oven.
Now that I am an adult and following a strict gluten-free diet, I can no longer follow my mother's snickerdoodle recipe or buy them at the local bakery--but I can enjoy this Snickerdoodle Chex Mix recipe. I have been eyeing it on the side of my gluten-free Chocolate Chex and gluten-free Cinnamon Chex cereal boxes for years now, and I am so glad I finally tried it!
It's quick, it's easy, and it's the perfect to conquer those snickerdoodle cravings. Better yet? Nothing but common, everyday ingredients!
Word to the wise: If you use margarine, 20 seconds in the microwave is plenty to melt it.
- ground cinnamon
- Cinnamon Chex® cereal
- Chocolate Chex® cereal
- butter or margarine
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Start to finish: 15 minutes
It's as easy as...
But don't forget to let it cool off before you dig in...
Looking for more gluten-free Chex mix recipes? Click here to visit their complete list of gluten-free Chex-mix recipes. There are a few in there that might surprise you. Mashed-potato-stuffed meatloaf squares, anyone?
Here are a few I may try in the future:
- Black Forest Chex Mix
- Chex Lemon Buddies (I have a yet-to-be-fulfilled hankering for gluten-free lemon bars)
- Double Chocolate-Peanut Butter Pudding Pie (Worth it for the gluten-free pie crust alone)
- Honey Peanut-Butter Bars
- Italian Chex Mix (minus the Parmesan cheese)
- Chex Apple-Almond Bars
What's your favorite Chex mix recipe?