White Chocolate Chex Nut Clusters #SecretRecipeClub

It's time again for the Secret Recipe Club. I had the pleasure of having Kim's blog Badger Girl Learns To Cook for my January assignment. Kim and her husband are on a quest to completely eliminate processed foods from their diet and eat whole foods. Something I TRY to do with my own diet, but I still have a long way to go.

Home Sweet Homestead: White Chocolate Chex Nut Clusters

I found several recipes that I liked and have bookmarked to try at a later date, such as this Bruschetta Salad, and Chicken Enchilada Casserole. While I was searching for a savory dish to make for one of our suppers, my sweet husband seems to have a sense of when I'm looking for a recipe on my assigned blog each month, and was more then willing to direct me to Kim's dessert section. I finally decided, with my husbands help, to make her White Chocolate Cereal Nut Clusters.

Home Sweet Homestead: Chex Nut Clusters

We have a weekly pizza and movie night at our house, and along with pizza and bread sticks, I usually pop up some popcorn to snack on as well. I thought the cereal clusters would be a nice change of pace, and would satisfy my husbands sweet tooth at the same time. I did change the recipe a bit by using rice Chex cereal instead of the ones that Kim uses, and added two kinds of nuts instead of just one. And wowsers did they come out great. The salty and sweet flavors mingled together perfectly, and were super easy to whip up.

White Chocolate Chex Nut Clusters


1 pound white chocolate or almond bark
6 cups rice Chex cereal
1/2 cup salted peanuts, chopped
1/2 cup pecans, chopped


Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper or foil.
In a large bowl, mix cereal and nuts together.
Microwave white chocolate in a microwaveable bowl for 60 to 90 seconds, stirring after 1 minute.
Pour over cereal mixture and stir until mixture is evenly coated.
Pour out onto the prepared pan, spreading it out into a fairly even layer.
Let cool for 60 minutes, then break into clusters.
Keep stored in an airtight container.

Thank you Kim for this yummy and easy treat. My family loved them, and it will become a regular addition to our snacking repertoire.

Did you make this recipe? I'd love to hear what you thought of it. Or snap a picture and share it on social media with the hashtag #homesteadrecipes. I'd love to share your creation too!


  1. All my favorite ingredients--it must be delicious. Great SRC pick.

  2. yummmo, what a fun recipe! Sort of like puppy chow but then totally not at the same time, looks and sounds delish

  3. I love snack mixes! They are so nice to have on hand :) This recipe looks great!

    Happy Reveal Day

  4. Oh wow! This has got to be AMAZING! Love white chocolate!!! I'm a fellow Group D'er

  5. Yumieeeee!!! What a fun treat to make! GREAT SRC pick! :-)

  6. Yum! I have a box of Chex in my pantry that are just crying to be used for something like this! This snack looks so good!

  7. Love the sweet and salty combo! Great SRC pick!

  8. I love white chocolate, so these are right up my alley!! Thank you so much for linking up to Simple Supper Tuesday.

  9. thanks for linking up these yummy things I made something similar this weekend that I am posting tomorrow.

    Thanks again for linking this to Friday Food Frenzy. http://www.stayingclosetohome.com/2013/02/recipe-...

  10. I could snack on this for sure. thanks for linking up to Friday Food Frenzy!

  11. I SO love simple and easy recipes like this..and the sweet and salty too. OH YUMMMERS!! SO happy you linked up at Weekend Potluck..please come back again soon.

  12. Sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing at Bacon Time.

  13. Hi April,

    This is a yummy snack that we would just gobble up, it looks awesome! Hope you have a fantastic week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.

    Come Back Soon!

    Miz Helen


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