- 5 cups Cheerios
- 5 cups Corn Chex
- 2 cups salted peanuts
- 1 pound chocolate M&M's
- 1 package (10 ounces) mini pretzels
- 2 packages (12 ounces each) white baking chips
- 3 tablespoons canola oil
- In a large bowl, combine the first five ingredients; set aside. In a microwave-safe bowl, heat chips and oil at 70% power for 1 minute, stirring once. Microwave on high for 5 seconds; stir until smooth.
- Pour over cereal mixture and mix well. Spread onto three waxed paper-lined baking sheets. Cool; break apart. Store in an airtight container. Yield: 5 quarts.
Reviews forWhite Chocolate Party Mix
"20 or so years ago this recipe was in your magazine. I made then and I still make it. Safe to say, it is a keeper!!"
"This party mix is a great sweet treat! I couldn't stop eating it!"
"Excellent treat! Will keep this one!"
"This was good, but not enough saltiness to counteract the massive sweetness. It also seemed too oily and the only way to keep white chocolate from getting all over your fingers was to refrigerate it."
"I am surprised at all of the great reviews. I served this at a football party based on them. When I first put it out, I endured the jokes about "get me a cereal bowl so I can have some cereal." This was not eaten and there were not that many other appetizers, so that was not the reason. It was very sweet. I wasted a lot of money on the ingredients as I didn't like it either and threw it all out after our guests left. It makes a lot so I am surprised that some reviewers felt that they had to double the recipe. Will not make again."
"Tried this for football game and it was gone before halftime. Made a double batch thank God so i did sneek some for myself that I totally enjoyed once I returned home. This recipe has been added to family favorites recipe book."
"I've been making this confection since the 80's when my children were little & now I make it for the grandchildren. Yummy!"
"I just made this for the first time. I didn't add the nuts. I like the taste but I had a hard time getting the topping to stick to the ingredients. Did I do something wrong? I am wondering if the topping was to thick. I always have better luck melting something like this in a double boiler. Anyone else used a double boiler before"