Hello and Welcome! Puppy chow, chex mix, muddy buddies – whatever you call it, I love it. I am going to let you in on a little secret – I had never made Chex Mix before this year. That’s right, Never! Isn’t that crazy? This summer I made a couple different versions and now I am hooked! It’s such an easy thing to make. With the holidays and parties coming up, I started thinking it would be great to have a mix for each month – a holiday mix roundup for the year. So, I looked around the internet and asked around in some of my blogger groups and they shared with me their favorites. I put together a Chex Mix for every month holiday roundup.
New Years Eve – January
This gold and sparkly mix from The First Year looks so festive and fun. Get the full recipe HERE.
Valentines Day – February
There were quite a few Valentine’s Day mixes floating around, but this one caught my eye because of the pretty colors and the perfect touch of peanut butter without going overboard. Get the full recipe HERE.
St. Patricks Day – March
Popcorn and Andes Mints make this one sound spectacular! Get the full recipe HERE.
Easter – April
Look at this cute little mix – perfect for a Sunday potluck! Full recipe HERE.
Cinco De Mayo – May
I picked two for Cinco De Mayo – both completely different! First up is this Margarita Chex Mix from Cupcake Project. Full recipe HERE.
Then there is this sweet churro chex mix from Sweet Charli. Yum! Find the recipe HERE.
Summer Solstice – June
What better way to celebrate summer than with Key Lime Pie? I actually made this one this summer and it tastes just like key lime pie! Full recipe HERE
4th of July – July
Perfect colors for that 4th of July Barbeque. My husbands favorite holiday and it also happens to be my daughters birthday! Get the full recipe HERE.
National S’mores Day – August
Did you know that August 10th is National S’mores Day? I LOVE s’mores – the are so perfectly summer. This perfect looking combo of graham, chocolate and marshmallow is to die for. Get the full recipe HERE.
Football Party – September
I know “football Party” is not really a holiday, but September is tough and there is always a football party or tailgate that NEEDS puppy chow. And this one is just too cute – look at those little laces :). Get the full recipe HERE.
Halloween – October
Isn’t this one spooky fun?? I love Halloween – it’s probably my favorite holiday. Maybe Christmas, I don’t know – it’s a toss up. Get the full recipe HERE.
Thanksgiving – November
This one looks so intriguing and different to me because of the dried cranberries and raisins. Perfect for snacking on while waiting for the big meal to come. Get the full recipe HERE.
Christmas – December
I love peppermint stuff and I can’t wait to try this peppermint crunch Chex Mix this year. It looks awesome. Full recipe HERE.
I had to include what is probably my favorite Chex Mix and the classic Christmas mix – savory and just a touch of spice. Plus this one is made in the crock pot. As if easy needed to get easier :). Get the full recipe HERE.
So, do you have a favorite Chex Mix recipe? I’d love to get my hands on it! Share it below.
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A Chex Mix for Every Holiday – 12 Month Roundup
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