What I’m Making: Chex Scotcheroo Stacks

I recently friended someone on Facebook and oh my, they post the best recipes in their Facebook feed.  (Thanks Norma)  I am continually tempted by the recipes she lists and I have been regularly trying some of them.

I’ve been working at using what’s in my pantry again so when I saw this recipe uses peanut butter, Chex, and corn syrup, I knew I was going to try them immediately.  The recipe was called Chex Scotcheroo Stacks.  I am going to tell you right up front, EVERYONE loved them.

I make regular Scotcheroos.  You can find the recipe for them HERE.  They are in bar form and use Rice Krispies.  They are always popular.  These use Chexs and are in cookie form.

The ingredients are much the same…sugar, peanut butter, and corn syrup.


Pour that over the Chex until they are coated.


Use an ice cream scoop and… scoop them onto wax paper.


Mix peanut butter, butterscotch chips, and chocolate chips in the microwave until creamy.  Only heat for about a minute at a time and then stir.  Continue to repeat that until they are creamy.


Then scoop the chocolate on top of the Chex.  Georgia was here when I made these.  She wouldn’t ask for one but kept telling me she was sure unicorns would love them.  HA!!


Judging by how crazy everyone else was about them, she just might be right that unicorns would love them too!  HA!!

You can find the recipe HERE.  It’s a 10/10 recipe for the Kramer house.  It made a huge batch.  I sent some home with both Kelli and Kalissa the day I made them.

They are more tedious than regular Scotcheroos but I think they are better.

8 thoughts on “What I’m Making: Chex Scotcheroo Stacks”

  1. If I had a crowd of family around to eat them I’d make these in a minute! Love those flavors and can just about taste them right now!

  2. I know these as cereal bars and use any unsweetened cereal in them. I worked at place that would get donations of different types of food and learned to use different items in recipes. I generally use a mix of Rice Krispies and Cheerios. Great way to use up small amounts of cereal.

  3. These sound so good and the reviews make them worth trying. Thanks for sharing. I sure love seeing that little doll in pictures – so sweet!

  4. They look delicious and the recipe sounds easy. My prayers are with Gannon, and I hope he can come home soon, and thing can become normal for them all.

  5. Susan the Farm Quilter

    I’m trying to make these, but the recipe you linked doesn’t have the peanut butter melted with the chocolate and butterscotch chips. Can you tell me how much you used to melt with the chips?? Thank you!

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