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Texas Trash Chex Mix

December 6, 2020

This delicious snack is a family tradition of ours! And it is one that we all look forward to all year long! My mother grew up in Texas and my grandmother used to make this Chex mix back then. Only they called it "Texas Trash". My grandmother would only make this yummy treat from Thanksgiving to Christmas and my mom followed her tradition as well. I am now the third generation making this only for the holidays but we simply call it "trash". And it is the best ever! You cannot even compare it to the store bought Chex Mix as this is SO much better!! It has a perfect spice to it and it tastes absolutely amazing, fresh out of the oven. I love this holiday tradition of "Texas Trash".


Texas Trash Chex Mix

Ingredients:

1/2 box Wheat Chex

1/2 box Rice Chex

1/2 box Corn Chex

3/4 can cocktail peanut

1 bag pretzel sticks

1 1/2 sticks butter, melted

1/2 bottle of Worchestershire sauce (5 oz.)

Garlic salt

Brown paper bag


  1. Layer the three Chex cereals, pretzel sticks and peanuts onto two sheet pans.

  2. Mix together the Worchestershire sauce and melted butter.

  3. Spoon this mixture evenly over both of the sheet pans and sprinkle with garlic salt.

  4. Toss this mixture on both pans and sprinkle with some more garlic salt.

  5. Bake at 250 degrees for 1 hour. Stir every 15 minutes and taste. Add more garlic salt if needed.

  6. After one hour, take the sheet pans out of the oven.

  7. Take the brown paper bag and rip it open and lay it out flat onto your counter.

  8. Pour the Texas Trash onto the brown paper bag into a single layer and allow to cool.


Although it tastes the best warm so get a bowl and fill it up. So yummy!!









There is something really special about holiday traditions. This delicious treat is one the we look forward to all year long!! And you will too!


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