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{halloween snack mix}

Halloween is 23 days away. Bay just decided today that she wants to be a bumble bee. So now I frantically try to find her the perfect bumble bee costume….that she actually likes. Say a little prayer for me, K?

And you know by now that I’m a complete Holiday Whore…ha! Sounds so bad. lol. Any excuse to make something fun + festive. I’m here for it. Pumpkin shaped everything. Ghosts + spiders. I’m on it!

Some good ones from the archives:

  • Remember the {pumpkin donut holes} They are not only crazy easy, they’re crazy good!
  • The {mini pumpkin pies} I’ve been making for years. They are the perfect individual sized dessert for those of us (my hand is raised) that have absolutely NO control when it comes to pumpkin pie.
  • {pumpkin snickerdoodles} a spin on GG’s (my grandmother) classic cookie.
  • Back in 2016, I shared {pumpkin muffins} and I need to put these on my to-make list to re photograph them!
  • Last years I busted out the {spider cupcakes} for our annual trick-or-treating night at the Nelson’s
  • And last but not least, {pumpkin spice creamer} inspired by my girlfriend Justine!

This year, I’d like to introduce you to a dangerously delicious snack mix.

The perfect combination of sweet + salty + crunchy! Need I say more?

No sauce or melted chocolate needed. This is a great little recipe for your littles to help out with. You simply dump everything in a large bowl. If you like on ingredient more, add more. There are NO rules when you’re making Halloween Snack Mix.

{halloween snack mix}

  • Servings: 10-12
  • Difficulty: easy
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{halloween snack mix}

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Mini marshmallows
  • Pretzels
  • Reese’s peanut butter cup minis
  • Chocolate Teddy Grahams
  • Reese’s pieces
  • Peanuts

Here’s what you’ll do:

Mix equal parts of each ingredient into a bowl. Mix it all up.

Store in an air tight container or zip lock.

That’s it! Easiest recipe ever, right?

I picked up these bat zip-lock baggies that are so damn cute. You get 50 bags for $2.00. Cant beat that. Great for packing in kids lunches to make it extra festive.

I asked Bay if it was embarrassing that I still pack Halloween treats? She said all my friends are used to it by now…lol!

Bat Zip-Locks

Bat Zip-Locks

And in case you’re thinking, I aint got time for that. I found some cute Halloween treats that you can pick up on your next Target run that will make your kiddos whole damn day! Ha!

You can find each item by clicking on the images below……

(remember you use the arrow to the right to scroll though all the images)

Remember, you can now print the recipe.  “Pin” to your Pinterest board for safe keeping.  If you decide to give it a shot, pretty please – tag me.  Text me.  I can’t wait to hear what you think!!  100% makes my day ♥

xoxo stacyb

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