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Party Mix

Looking for recipes for party mix? Taste of Home has the best party mix recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Meat Lovers' Snack Mix

Meat Lovers' Snack Mix

Meat Lovers' Snack Mix

Admittedly, this crunchy, savory appetizer might skew toward the dudes. But trust us, everyone will go wild for this go-to on game day! My husband especially loves that it features all of his favorite foods: salted meats, salted nuts and hot sauce. —Gina Myhill-Jones, 100 Mile House, British Columbia

Sweet & Salty Candy

Sweet & Salty Candy

Sweet & Salty Candy

I've been making this candy for the past few years and serving it at Teacher Appreciation lunches and bake sales. It's special because it never fails to win praise from everyone who tries it. For bake sales, I break the candy up and package it in little cellophane bags from the craft store.—Anna Ginsberg, Austin, Texas

Apple Pie Popcorn

Apple Pie Popcorn

Apple Pie Popcorn

We have a caramel corn recipe from my husband's family that’s our “go to” treat. Apple pie spice makes it a fun gift for teachers. —Kezia (Kay) Whitteker, Logan, Utah
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Sweet & Salty Party Mix

Sweet & Salty Party Mix

Sweet & Salty Party Mix

My husband doesn't like traditional party mixes because he thinks they’re too salty or sweet. He calls this one his favorite – it’s just right. —Jackie Burns, Kettle Falls, Washington

Monster Munch

Monster Munch

Monster Munch

This sweet-salty snack is a favorite of mine because it can be adapted to any holiday, depending on the ingredients I mix in. —Pam Kennedy, Lubbock, Texas

Turtle Snack Mix

Turtle Snack Mix

Turtle Snack Mix

A decadent turtle sundae I had at a restaurant inspired this sweet-salty snack mix. Just try to stop at one handful! —Priscilla Yee, Concord, CA

Curried Cranberry Snack Mix

Curried Cranberry Snack Mix

Curried Cranberry Snack Mix

Pack this easy-to-make munchie in a sleek glass or acrylic canister adorned with cotton yarn, and it'll be ready to put under the tree. Get that candy-cane brightness by winding yarn in shades of red and pink around the canister before topping with a homemade pompom. —Robin Haas, Cranston, Rhode Island

Crunchy Italian Snack Mix

Crunchy Italian Snack Mix

Crunchy Italian Snack Mix

Every time my son visits, he asks me to make "the snack mix." It has become a requirement when we all sit down to play board games. —Sheryl Little, Sherwood, Arkansas

Indian Snack Mix

Indian Snack Mix

Indian Snack Mix

I love curry, so I added it to a snack mix. It dissappeared quickly on a camping trip with friends. So yummy! For a less spicy flavor, use only 1-1/2 teaspoons curry powder.

Coconut Cashew Crunch

Coconut Cashew Crunch

Coconut Cashew Crunch

The crunch is always a hit for Christmas snacking. It’s one of my husband’s favorites—and he says he doesn’t like coconut! It’s incredible on ice cream. —Dana Nemecek, Skiatook, Oklahoma

Rosemary-Parmesan Snack Mix

Rosemary-Parmesan Snack Mix

Rosemary-Parmesan Snack Mix

Balsamic vinegar, rosemary, basil and Parmesan cheese lend an Italian taste to this easy-to-make snack mix. Folks won't be able to stop eating it!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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