Harvest Hash – Halloween Trail Mix

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Delicious Harvest Hash Recipe - perfect for a Fall Snack, Halloween party, or gift for a neighbor. #Halloween |the House of Hendrix

Harvest Hash – Halloween Trail Mix

Ingredients:

  • Pretzels
  • Bugles chips
  • Honeycomb cereal
  • Candy Corn
  • Candy Corn Pumpkins
  • Chex Muddy Buddy
  • M&M’s or round Chocolate Candy
  • other options (nuts, marshmallows, popcorn, goldfish, cheerios, chocolate chips, craisins)

Delicious Harvest Hash Recipe - perfect for a Fall Snack, Halloween party, or gift for a neighbor. #Halloween |the House of Hendrix

Mix Together and serve. Quantities of each item can vary based on your preference and the total quantity needed. The key to a delicious looking snack is a variety of textures and shapes.

Perfect for a Fall Snack, Halloween Party, or gift for the neighbors. For more ideas, check out my Pinterest boards.

To make the Brown Bag bowls:

  • Cut brown paper lunch bag in half
  • Fold over top to create an edge
  • Add grosgrain ribbon
  • Fill with trail mixDIY Brown Paper Bag Bowl & Halloween Trail Mix recipe |the House of Hendrix Harvest Trail Mix in brown paper bag. Delicious Salty/Sweet recipe and tutorial for festive brown paper bag bowls. #Halloween

Great salty/sweet recipe for Harvest Trail Mix. Perfect gift for a neighbor or snack for a Halloween Party #Halloweensnacks

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41 thoughts on “Harvest Hash – Halloween Trail Mix

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  2. My phone wasn’t working when I tried to retrieve this recipe in the Wal-Mart parking lot :( So I tried to buy the ingredients I thought I remembered…I got the candy corn, Bugles and pretzels correct but that was about it. Even so, my concoction included raisins, kettle corn pop corn, cinnamon teddy grahams, rice chex, honey nut cheerios, Reese’s pieces, raisins and butterscotch morsels. Not too shabby and my hubby is enjoying some right now.
    thanks for the Harvest themed idea!
    Annette

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  7. Looks yummy! Do you measure anything or do you just throw it all together? Everything listed comes in such varied size bags… I’m trying not to over/under buy any ingredient. I need to make 24 treat bags for an event and this will be perfect.

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  9. I’ve been looking for seasonal-themed “stuff” for our residents to make…and this fits the bill perfectly! I can’t wait for them to make their “brown bowls” and fill them with whatever fixin’s they want! Thanks.

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  14. Can you tell me how long it lasts? I have several things to make for a party and this is by far the easiest so I was wondering if I could make it like a week in advance and it still be good. Please let me know. Thanks so much.

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