Cookie Exchange Makeover: Host a Chex Party Mix-Change! Review & Giveaway- CLOSED

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Every year  I say that we need to get our friends and family together to host a traditional Cookie Exchange! But as it gets closer to Christmas, everyone is so busy and seems to have a hard time fitting in a few ours to get together and bake dozens of cookies! We all needed something that was quick and easy! Well this year I was super excited to get offered a chance to throw a Chex Party Mix-Change!

Chex Party Mix-Exchange is easy to throw together! Simply invite some friends and family over for a party and ask everyone to make enough of their favorite Chex Party Mix recipe to exchange with party guests. Taste, mix, swap, and share the recipes, putting the treats in easy DIY packages for everyone to take home. Below is one of the recipes we used at our party with a few friends!

Chex PB & Chocolate Blast

Ingredients
6 cups Rice Chex® cereal
1 cup white vanilla baking chips (8 oz)
1 cup peanut butter chips
1 cup red and green candy-coated chocolate candies
1 cup dry-roasted peanuts

Preparation Directions
1. Line 2 cookie sheets with foil or waxed paper. Place 3 cups cereal in large bowl. In small microwavable bowl, microwave white vanilla baking chips uncovered on High about 1 minute or until chips can be stirred smooth. Pour melted chips over cereal in bowl; stir to evenly coat. Spread mixture in single layer on one of the cookie sheets. Refrigerate 5 minutes or until set.
2. Repeat the above using the remaining cereal and the peanut butter chips; refrigerate 5 minutes or until set.
3. Gently break up coated cereal into large bowl. Add candy and peanuts; stir gently to combine. Store in airtight container.Our girls wanted to label each box so that when guests went home they knew what they were getting!

These five Chex Party Mix recipes are just some of the fabulous 15 minute recipes that can be found at ChexPartyMix.com.

  • Original Chex Party Mix – A tried and true classic of many holiday gatherings.
  • Chex PB & Chocolate Blast – Is there really a better combination than peanut butter and chocolate? Yes, when Chex cereal is added!
  • Chex Pumpkin Pie Crunch – Mix things up and try this mouthwatering alternative to the beloved holiday pie.
  • Hot Buttered Yum Chex Mix – A combination of cinnamon, brown sugar, honey and marshmallows blend effortlessly together in a crazy-delicious, gluten free crunchy mix.
  • Chex Caramel Chocolate Drizzles – Melted chocolate, chewy caramel and a delightful crunch carry this gluten-free party mix recipe from microwave to table in 15 minutes.

Now you can win your very own Chex Mix Party Prize Pack and a $20 Gift Card to use to buy supplies – thanks to Chex and MyBlogSpark!

Win It: Chex Mix Party Prize Pack which includes:

  • 2 boxes of Chex cereal to create Chex Party Mix recipes
  • 5 featured Chex Party Mix recipes
  • 10 takeout containers so your guests can take their Chex Party Mix to-go
  • $20 gift card to purchase recipe ingredients and decorating supplies

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  • Tell me how you would plan to freshin’ up the traditional cookie swap for your Chex Party Mix-Change?
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This Giveaway will end Wednesday December 28, 2011 at 11:59pm Eastern Time and is open to US residents only who are 18 years old or older. 1 winner will be picked randomly. Once the winner is picked, I will email them notifying them that they won! They will have 48 hours to claim their prize. Good Luck!!

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  1. I’d mix up with all sorts of nuts to add nutrition and serve in colorful small containers or cupcake holders.

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  6. I’d put the Chex Mix in cellophane bags with ribbon.

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  11. i would have my kids and my friends kids help make it
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  13. I would mix it up with more variety. Any cookie, cake, brownie, etc. would work!

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  17. amber kelly says:

    Would mix it up from the traditional chocolate chip cookie by doing the caramel chocolate drizzled chex mix. Yummy!

  18. Stephanie Olmsted says:

    the PB choco blast

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  24. I would add sampler pack of cookies in the chex mix take out box. Guest will find lots of goodies in one box.

  25. I’d freshen up a cookie exchange by spicing things up a bit. The other day, my daughter gave me a handful of chocolate-covered Chex Mix that one of her schoolmates had made. It was delicious! So I’d love to add something like that to the typical holiday cookie exchange.

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  27. I would make the caramel chex mix recipe – sounds awesome!
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  32. I’d have friends bring dried fruits or nuts we could mix in.
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  36. I would decorate the takeout containers with each persons name written in glitter.

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  37. How about a cookie swap where you ask all participants to also bring an unused baby item, then at the end, put all the items in a big basket & take to the local woman’s shelter?
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  42. spyder chick says:

    Did chex mix as gifts last year, should have done the same this year-everyone loved it. Would love to combine the chex mix party with a game night!

  43. Margaret Smith says:

    I’d make the orignial chex mix and add in M & M’s and mini marshmellows.
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  48. I would add nuts and M&M’s with Chex and put them in treat bags and send them to my son’s school for parties! thank you!
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  52. Leann Lindeman says:

    I have done cookie swaps on and off for years.. this would be fun spin on that because you can do savory or sweet.. even spicy.. I would kick it up a notch more and serve some cocktails.

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  58. Thomas Gibson says:

    I am going to make a huge sampler platter.

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  63. Adrienne gordon says:

    I’d spice it up by putting chocolate chex on brownies.

  64. I’d do a Chex Mix swap and provide zip lock bags and pretty gift containers for the guests to take their mixes home.

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  68. Janice Cooper says:

    I would get some cute festive little tins and add a variety of Chex mix

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  73. I think I would add some raisins or cranberrys to freshen up our chex mix exchange!

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  77. I’d have a holiday party and, buffet style, lay out all sorts of goodies and let everyone make their own special mix and then we’d swap those.

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  80. Regina Fernandez says:

    Wow, so funny that I just saw this. I spent the morning making 2 different kinds of chex mix, the PB Choc Blast and the Muddy Buddies. THey are now in holiday cellophane bags tied with curling ribbon and name tags waiting to give to my co-workers on the last day before winter break. I’d love to have a party. This stuff is so quick and easy to make!

  81. We always collect canned and nonperishable food at our cookie exchange.

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  84. sheryl cullum says:

    Place chex mix in decorative bowls all through the house
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  88. I’d use cupcake pans to let guests sample each kind I made.

  89. sarah davis says:

    i’d add some healthy additions – dried cranberries, raisins, cut up dried apricot, etc
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  93. i would add all kinds of nuts and dried fruits! chex mix “fruit cake” anyone?!! LOL

  94. Cute idea- I would add some seasonal shaped pretzels to my mix.
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  97. I would switch from cookies to muddy buddies… they are so yummy and way more fun to eat!

  98. By adding chex mix to the cookie recipes of course

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  106. I would have both cookies and chex mix treats like muddy buddies to give variety

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  109. I’d have a swap where we could exchange other things too like candy or Chex recipes.
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  111. patricia skinner says:

    I would add some candy bits like chocolate covered raisins.

  112. I would put a few different kinds in the box.

  113. I would feshin up the exchange by putting the check mix in fun containers and maybe addign mashmellow too!

  114. I would invite men to my Chex exchange to liven it up.
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  116. i would totally make some hot buttered yum chex!

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  119. I’d have people make and decorate their own take out containers! This would be a fun party! :)

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  120. Diane Baum says:

    I would put them in special containers-each container would have a special theme according to my friend’s personality. ie a clown carton, a sport’s carton

  121. I’d try the caramel chex mix recipe, lookin good!

  122. Susan Smith says:

    I’d add different nut to the mix and put it into a jar with a red ribbon

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  126. This year, I am having a batch of gluten-free cookies and a batch of uncles chocolate and coconut bars.
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  127. I like the idea of getting Chinese take-out style containers in holiday colors and designs to put the mix in.

  128. Angela Cisco says:

    I’d put it in fun containers

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  132. I don’t do cookie swaps, but if there was a chex swap, I just might. I love the many different flavors. I’d freshen up cookie swaps by including chex.
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  134. Have a chocolate dip available.

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  135. will try new recipes

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  140. I’d freshen it up by also having people make their signature cocktails.

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  141. I would freshen them up, by adding chocolate and a hint of habanero powder.

  142. Diane Grubbs says:

    i would decorate the contaniers i love arts n crafts

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  147. i would freshen up the traditional cookie swap by hosting a cookie swap at work – everyone brings baggies of cookies and we all go home with a variety of them :)

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  151. Jennifer R says:

    I would make it a family affair by inviting a couple of other families over with their kids and having a decorating station for some sugar cookies and a meal provided. Of course it would still need to be a cookie exchange so I would ask each family to bring 2-4 different type of cookies (homemade or other) to share with the group. reejen at comcast dot net

  152. Monique Rizzo says:

    We did a Cake Pop Swap.
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  153. I’d make muddy buddies

  154. Maybe adding cupcakes and bars to the mix for some variety! Thanks!

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  159. Pamela James says:

    I would add my teen daughter and her friends into the the cookie exchange for some fresh ideas!
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  164. I would mix it up by not limiting it to cookies. Any kind of dessert is welcome!

  165. Never had a swap so I’d start 1!

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  168. I would add a little parmesan cheese to give it a little zing.

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  171. I’ll freshen up a traditional cookie swap by pairing cookies with wine!

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  174. Jennifer c says:

    I’d make the PB and Chocolate Blast Chex Mix to change it up and still have something sweet.

  175. I’d put some chococlate chips and carmel on my chex mix.

  176. I like to mix it up with Pumpkin seeds

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  179. more variety

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  183. melissa Resnick says:

    i bring my chex mix in a muffin tin and it serves as also a gift

  184. I would have a sampler platter.
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  186. Douglas Houston says:

    I would use roasted garlic and Chipotle powder in my Chex Mix

  187. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I would add raisins, cranberries and blueberries to the mix.

  188. want to try the pumpkin flavor yum

  189. Kathleen Conner says:

    I’d give out Chex mix in little ziplocs with a bow stapled to it.

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  191. Linda White says:

    Lots of colorful sprinkles and sugars

  192. I would have everyone bring an ingredient and put them out on a table. Each person would be able to mix their own Chex Mix creation.

  193. I would add colorful m & m’s to my Chex Mix!

  194. John Billiris says:

    I would use only the gluten-free cereals, and make a gluten-free snack, so everyone could eat it!

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  196. I would send the guests home with a container of chex mix and a tin of cookies and brownies! I love to bake so I couldnt give that up but I could easily add making chex mix to the list as I have never made it before but the chocolate caramel 1 sounds like something my family would love.
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  197. I’d freshen it up by making chocolate caramel drizzle chex mix and putting them in little pails for individual portions.

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  202. I would have a special children’s table staffed by reliable (paid) teens who could give attention and help to the kids so their parents could enjoy the experience with their peers.

  203. wine and caramel should do the trick
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  204. Jill Myrick says:

    I would take boxes of Caramel Chocolate Drizzle Chex Mix in place of cookies.

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  209. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    Think it would be fun to have an exchange for cookies and chex mix
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  210. I would bring Muddy Buddies to exchange :)

  211. I would provide a box to every guest (or couple) and tell them to “mix it up.” We could then taste all the different creations.

  212. I would add herbs to the cookies for different flavor
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  217. I would add hersheys drops

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  218. crystle tellerday says:

    make different chex mixes instead of cookies

  219. I would mix it up by forming them into cookies, but with a sweet treat maybe like rice crispy treats.

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  224. Terry Cross says:

    I think it would be fun to blindfold the guests one at a time and have them try to guess the flavor

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  226. I’ll have a cookies & cupcakes exchange this year!

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  229. I would add nuts(cashew, peanuts etc) and raisin. I also would put it in a pretty tin box.

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  233. kathy pease says:

    I would add in reeses pieces into my chex mix creation i love those

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  236. shirley pebbles says:

    I think it would be cute to put them in colored plastic bags tied with ribbon.

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  241. Id offer healthy cookies!

  242. Tonya Payne says:

    I would put the M&M’s in my cookies to color it up.

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  244. I’d leave out the wheat Chex so the treat would be gluten free and my grandson could enjoy.

  245. Ed Nemmers says:

    We would make hot chocolate beverages part of the exchange too!

  246. I’d lay out all the options and let people pick their own gift – freshened up!

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  249. I’d freshen it up by having it in January when everyone isn’t so busy!

  250. I haven’t done a cookie exchange since I moved across the country, so I could start a new tradition using Chex mixes!!

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  255. I’d send out recipes to invitees and focus on the sweet kinds of chex mix
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  259. I think I’d freshen it up by asking particpants to bring a baby/kids item each, then we’d put together a basket full for the local women’s shelter.
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  262. Deborah Wallin says:

    I would have my friends each bring in different items for making it special, such as m&m’s, or caramel chips
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