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Cinnamon Sugar Chex Mix

Chex mix is a classic holiday snack that has been around for years. There are many different versions of it, but I prefer the sweet versions like muddy buddies, lemon buddies, snow buddies, and today’s cinnamon sugar chex mix.

What I love about chex mix is that it makes the perfect gift to give away. You can easily make up a few different kinds of chex mixes and place them in a nice gift bag or box to give away.

A simple and easy gift that anyone would enjoy!

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Homemade Christmas Gifts: The Happy Housewife

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. Yummy! The only Chex that my dd can have is the corn and the rice. Do you think it would work if I doubled the cinnamon?

    • Yes, I think you could add extra cinnamon and it would work. It would have a little different flavor, but I think it would still be fine.

  2. This is so good! I made a dairy-free version of your recipe and put it on my blog. (http://www.mspimama.com/2011/12/cinnamon-sugar-chex-mix.html) Thanks for another great recipe!

  3. This looks so good! I want to make this for my daughter’s Brownie troop. I know the Rice Chex and the Cinnamon Chex are gluten free. Is this recipe considered to be gluten free? Thanks!

    • Yes the rest of the ingredients should be gluten free as well. I have never seen any gluten in cinnamon, but you might want to just read the label on the one you are using to be sure.

  4. Great recipe, Lynn! Thanks! I made it and took it to church for a potluck – they gobbled it up. 🙂

  5. how many servings is this supposed to make?

    • I would say 6-8 depending on what you are using it for. If I am making it for a large group or for gifts I double it.

  6. Do you know the serving size and calories per serving?

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