Pecan Scrabble

Suzanne Larsen


My dad was a cook before there were (celebrity) chefs. He made the best food. He came up with this recipe, long before there were recipes for all types of Chex mix. This has no Chex in it, but the concept is similar. Would make a perfect Super Bowl snack or any other time too.


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10 Min
1 Hr


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2 can(s)
french-fried onions
1 can(s)
french-fried potato sticks
1 box
corn kix
1/2 box
herb-flavored croutons
1 bag(s)
stick pretzels
1 jar(s)
dry-roasted peanuts
1 bottle
parmesan cheese
16 oz
pecans, halved
16 oz
corn snack (bugles)
stick of butter, melted
salt and pepper - just a dash
lowry's season salt
worcestershire sauce
soy sauce

How to Make Pecan Scrabble


  • 1Preheat the oven to 250 degrees F.
  • 2In a large bowl, add the 2 cans of fried onions and the 1 can of fried potato sticks.
  • 3For the rest of the DRY ingredients, add as much of what you want of each one...Corn Kix, croutons, pretzels, peanuts, parmesan cheese, and the Bugles.
  • 4Add 2 cups of pecans to the mix.
  • 5Season with salt and pepper, a few drops of Worcestershire, and a few drops of the soy sauce.
  • 6Pour the melted butter over everything.
  • 7Pour the entire mixture onto a cookie sheet (you may need more than one).
  • 8Bake for one hour, turning the mixture twice.
  • 9Remove the mix from the oven and LIGHTLY sprinkle some season salt on it (don't use too much as the mix already has salt in it).
  • 10Scoop into a large serving bowl and enjoy!

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About Pecan Scrabble

Course/Dish: Nuts, Other Snacks
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American

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