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Maple Peanut Mix

Maple Peanut Mix

Maple Peanut Mix

Maple syrup and butter combine to coat a combination of nuts, pretzels, dried cranberries and chocolate chips. I like adding some crushed red pepper flakes for a bit of heat.—Sharlene Heatwole, McDowell, Virginia

Peanut Butter-Graham Snack Mix

Peanut Butter-Graham Snack Mix

Peanut Butter-Graham Snack Mix

Rich and sweet, this makes a can’t-stop-eating-it treat! Kids of all ages will enjoy munching when the competitive fires start burning. —Diane Spotts, Elmira, New York

Ranch Party Mix

Ranch Party Mix

Ranch Party Mix

I first tasted this snack mix when a co-worker shared it at work. Because of its simple preparation and popular cheese flavor, it’s a staple for game-day gatherings at our place.—Linda Doescher, Weston, Wisconsin
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Speedway Snack Mix

Speedway Snack Mix

Speedway Snack Mix

This is the perfect quick snack mix to make for any get-together. Your guests will be requesting the recipe.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Steak House Snack Mix

Steak House Snack Mix

Steak House Snack Mix

My family prefers steak and potato type meals. One day we thought it would be great to use steak sauce in a Chex Mix snack. So, I came up with this recipe to satisfy their craving for a steak-like treat.—Jennifer Mitchell, Altoona, Pennsylvania

Sweet 'n' Crunchy Snack Mix

Sweet 'n' Crunchy Snack Mix

Sweet 'n' Crunchy Snack Mix

A combination of sweet and savory ingredients gives this treat a fun look and fabulous flavor. The recipe makes a big batch so there's plenty to share...if you can stop your family from eating it!

Cereal Clusters

Cereal Clusters

Cereal Clusters

"The recipe for this sweet and salty snack is so simple, children of almost any age can help in some way, it not prepare it themselves," assures Peggy Jo Thompson of Lebanon, Tennessee. "There is not much mess to clean up afterward, so kids can enjoy the munchable treat soon after it's prepared."

Christmas Bears Snack Mix

Christmas Bears Snack Mix

Christmas Bears Snack Mix

This sweet-salty finger food is perfect for packing in holiday bags to give as gifts or stocking stuffers. Plus, you'll need just moments to make it.—Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas

Microwave Snack Mix

Microwave Snack Mix

Microwave Snack Mix

Priscilla Weaver zaps this fun snack in her microwave in Hagerstown, Maryland. "The peanuts and pretzels come out so crisp and munchy you'd think they were oven baked," she assures.

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

TV Munching Mix

TV Munching Mix

TV Munching Mix

We keep this snack mix on hand for anytime munching. At Christmas, we make it and add it to gift baskets for friends and family. —Becky Neuhart, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
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