Do I even dare call this a recipe? I don’t. But I just want everyone to know all about Connie’s Sweet and Salty Harvest Mix. It’s become a fall season tradition at our house. The “recipe” comes from my friend’s mom, Connie.
The sad truth
I am just going to come right out with this: this stuff can get spendy. You are basically buying a plethora of snacks and putting it all together. And
RIP Half Pops
I usually put Half Pops in this mix, but after checking 4 grocery stores, I came up short. I almost ordered some on Amazon, but I snapped out of it. Corn Nuts are a great substitute. But if you can find Half Pops, use those. They make this mix even better. I also considered some bagged caramel popcorn. That would be delightful too. Or what about some of those gummy pumpkins? I think those would be delightful.
Share it or hate yourself later
If I were you, I would make sure that you share this sweet and salty mix before you eat it all.
Want to package everything up? I used cello bags and brown kraft paper labels to seal it up. Click here for the kraft labels and click here for the cello bags. It would also be fun to add some tags. I have these tags from Amazon. They are actually so useful. But the kraft labels are a must. Get some and you will find you use them all the time. Like Christmas gift labels- brilliant. If I was more on my game, the little kraft labels would say “Happy Halloween” or something.
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- Peanut butter M&Ms
- Reeses Pieces
- White mini Reese peanut butter cups
- Candy corn
- Mini peanut butter-filled pretzels
- Original flavored Corn Nuts
- Honey-roasted peanuts
Dump it all in a bowl. Mix it up. Eat it all.