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This is a tasty snack mix that can serve for any occasion and is sure to please the kids.

It's easy to toss together for a Halloween party or to package in individual bags for a fall bake sale.

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ItÂ’s no trick--this Halloween party treat requires only three ingredients and 5 minutes to prepare. I simply mix together candy corn, M&MÂ’s and peanuts. Then I watch it all disappear!

"For a big crunch that kids will love, try this munchable snack mix from Shirley Engstrom of Genoa, Nebraska. A light sweet coating makes this combination of popcorn, crispy cereal and salty peanuts hard to resist."

The perfect on-the-go snack for busy families! Great for camping, ball games, or sleep-overs! Every kid loves Teddy Grahams!

"Your family can enjoy two distinctly different snack cakes with this simple mix from Kathy Nieratko of Fair Haven, Vermont. The moist and sweet banana version is chock-full of crunchy nuts while the applesauce cake has plenty of spicy goodness."

This is so yummy, easy to do, and looks great bagged up in individual size bags.

My mom used to make this. It's similar to dried fruit soaked in sugar water called Khushaaf. Only no sugar water here just juice. These are great for 1 year old's and above because it plumps up the raisins and makes them juicy and easy to eat. When you're

A yummy snack mix that I created for my husband because I couldn't find a mix that did not use corn syrup. This makes a smaller batch than most snack mixes out there.

Recipe courtesy George Duran

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