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Easy Fall Snack Mix Recipe

Easy Fall Snack Mix Recipe
Easy Fall Snack Mix Recipe

Fall is easily my favorite season. School is back in session, the chilly weather rolls in and holiday celebrations are just around the corner. The season is filled with fun get-togethers and casual parties. Whether you calendar is full of kids’ Halloween parties and potluck get-togethers or you’re just looking for an easy snack to have on hand for drop-in company, this mix will be your go-to from the first falling leaf to brisk Black Friday morning. When I said this snack mix was easy, I meant it! There’s just two ingredients and all you have to do is open the packages, dump in a bowl and toss together. All you need is candy corn and peanuts. The sweet and salty flavors paired with crunchy and chewy textures will keep you going back for more.

Want to give it an extra kick? Add some fall colored M&M’s or chocolate covered raisins. Have any marshmallow lovers in the family? Throw a few mini ones in before serving. With fun serving bowls like these dessert bowls you can place them around the house for little seasonal décor too!

Easy Fall Snack Mix Recipe Instructions

easy fall snack mix recipe

Ingredients
Directions

  • 1 can Peanuts
  • 1 bag Candy Corn
  • Mini marshmallows, M&Ms, chocolate covered raisins (optional)
  1. Mix peanuts and candy corn together. Serve. Store in an airtight container.

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Angela is the creator and author of Tulips & Rain who is a 20-something post grad living in the Midwest metropolis of Des Moines. She first created Tulips & Rain to share all of her tasty treats, DIYs and favorite pretty things.

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