I just made a fresh batch of this chex mix for the girls and decided to toss in some pink and red to give it all the Valentine’s Day feels. It’s one of Mila’s favourite treats, and I think the aroma of caramel that comes from it baking is one of those smells that will create nostalgia for the girls as they get older; it’s comforting, ‘home-y’ and delicious. I try and bake Chex mix before Mila gets home from school (on the rare occasions when I actually have the time), and she loves smelling it as she walks through the door.

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This recipe was passed down to me from my mom who would frequently make chex mix for us – savoury during Fall and Winter, sweet and salty during Spring and Summer. It’s such a simple recipe, there’s absolutely nothing fancy about it, but it’s a big hit in our household and I think yours will love it too! Enjoy! xo

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