New Year’s White Chocolate Chex Party Mix! A Sweet and Salty Recipe! #mixexchangelove


A few years back I had learned about a neat concept called a “Noon Year’s Eve” party. My family and I actually attended a get together in this theme and really had a great time.

White Chocolate Chex Party Mix Recipe

Since I am planning on my own “Noon Year’s Eve” this year, I will need to have a few easy recipes. One that I will definitely be using is my New Year’s White Chocolate Chex Party Mix.

Not only do I have fun food set-up for our event, but I am going to decorate with streamers, have silly hats for us all to wear, as well as setting out noise makers and horns for the kids.

Chex cereals and Ziploc avaliable at Publix

We will also count down to Noon and let a BIG Apple Craft fall (still working on those details). Plus, I am going to have sparkling grape juice with plastic champagne glasses and plenty of finger foods for the kiddos.

Be sure to visit your local Publix to grab party foods along with printing a Coupon for Buy TWO (2) Chex® cereals and get ONE (1) FREE Ziploc® brand bags or containers (up to $3.29). Also, check out how to make my Chex Party Mix recipe below. 

White Chocolate Chex Party Mix Ingredients

New Year’s White Chocolate Chex Party Mix

4 Cups of Rice Chex

2 Cups of Wheat Chex

2 Cups of Salted Pretzel Sticks

1/4 Cup of Ice Cream Sprinkles (feel free to change the colors for the occasion)

8 oz of White Chocolate Baking Squares

Optional: If you are a fan of nuts add 1 cup of Salted Cashews to the mix.

Chex Party Mix


On a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, spread out and combine the Rice and Wheat Chex.

Then in a microwavable bowl, melt the White Chocolate Baking Squares. First start with 30 seconds and stir, and then 10 second increments continuing to stir until it is completely liquefied.

White Chocolate Chex Party Mix Topping

Next, drizzle the chocolate over the Chex and then spread the Ice Cream Sprinkles on top. Move this to the fridge and allow it to set for at least 30 minutes (or longer if need be).

Finally, break apart the pieces and place in a Holiday Ziploc Container with the pretzels and shake. Keep this mix in an air tight container to maintain freshness. FYI, my hubby is not a fan of certain nuts so I cut our mix in half and added 1/2 cup of Cashews to one container.

White Chocolate Chex Party Mix with Cashews

Do you make a special Chex Party Mix or are you looking for a new recipe? Share another Chex Party Mix you would like to try by visiting Chex Party Mix Recipe Ideas!

Don’t forget to print your special Publix Coupon for Buy TWO (2) Chex® cereals and get ONE (1) FREE Ziploc® brand bags or containers (up to $3.29)and have a Happy Holiday!

Carlee @ LAAF

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  1. I would like to try Tiramisu Chex Party Mix recipe.

  2. I would like to try Mexican Hot Chocolate Chex® Party Mix

  3. Ann Fantom says:

    I’d like to try the Hot Buttered Yum Chex Mix recipe

  4. the Tiramisu Chex Party Mix

  5. I would like to try the Holiday Spiced Snack Mix.

  6. I love to make puppy chow at Christmas time! It has always been my favorite use of chex mix 🙂 I would love to try making the Sugar Cookie Chex Mix party mix though

  7. Brittney House says:

    I would love to make the puppy chow. I love the chocolate and peanut butter together.

  8. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I would love to try Sugar Cookie Chex Party Mix.

  9. I’ve had the Puppy Chow before. I really like that, but I’ve never made the mix. Maybe this weekend, they look real easy.

  10. Mary Calabrese says:

    I don’t usually make Chex mix, but if I did, I’d do the traditional recipe. there’s too many sweets during the holidays.

  11. beth shepherd says:

    We usually make muddy buddies. Its a family favorite for sure!

  12. Karen Deva says:

    I would like to try the muddy buddies. They look really good!

  13. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    We make a Chex Mix similiar to yours to give as gifts at Christmas. After checking out the site, I have some new favorites I would like to try next year. One of them is the red velvet chex mix. We love red velvet cake and this would be a fun alternative.

  14. Susan Christy says:

    I got a recipe for spicy chex mix off the chex box 20+ years ago. It has hot sauce and french fried onions and is so, so good!

  15. I didn’t realize there were so many varieties. After reading the comments I really want to venture out from my usual muddy buddies and original Chex mix.

  16. Monique Rizzo says:

    I love making Chex Muddy Buddies. Thank you for the chance.

  17. I would like to try their Holiday Spiced Snack Mix.

  18. Apparently I’ve been living under a rock: I had no idea there were so many Chex Mix recipes out there! I’ve only made the old fashioned original one, but the Tiramisu version will be my next batch.

  19. have never made a chex mix

  20. The red velvet one sounds good.

  21. Holiday Spiced Snack Mix sounds good.

  22. Red Velvet Chex® Party Mix

  23. susan smoaks says:

    i want to try the red velvet chex party mix, it sounds really good.

  24. Leslie Davis says:

    Tiramisu Chex® Party Mix

  25. Stephanie Larison says:

    Peanut Butter Blossoms Chex Mix sounds amazing to me!

  26. Amanda Whitley says:

    i would like to try the Peanut Butter Blossoms Chex Mix

  27. The Sugar Cookie Chex Mix sounds yummy!

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