Christmas Snack Mix {Sweet and Salty}..

Sweet and salty Christmas snack mix.  Great gift idea to give a batch in a pretty biscuit jar.  {The Creativity Exchange}

 

Sweet and salty Christmas snack mix.  Great gift idea to fill a crystal biscuit jar with the mix.  {The Creativity Exchange}

 

Some of you guys may remember my Sweet and Salty Fall Snack Mix that I shared back in September:

 

Sweet & Salty Fall Snack Mix {Caramel Corn, Cheddar Chex, Candy Corn} The Creativity Exchange

 

 

The snack mix was a big hit with my friends and family and I also heard from many of you that you guys loved the mix too!  Yea, I’m really sorry about the addicting part…

Well I’m back today to tempt you again with a Christmas Snack Mix that’s also sweet and salty with a mix of peppermint, tangy Chex mix, peanuts and white chocolate stars.   I wanted to come up with a mix that was just as good as the fall mix but looked cute too so I can fill biscuit jars and give as small gifts.  I tried out several combinations (tough job but someone has to do it) and finally settled on this mix.

Do not worry, if you’re not a peppermint fan, you can just switch out the peppermint M & M’s for the plain chocolate Christmas ones.  Also, you can use regular kettle corn instead of the peppermint. Keep in mind too, you can switch out any of the ingredients if there is something special you would like in your mix.

Here is the recipe (All of the specialty items came from Target);

sweet and salty Christmas snack mix.  The Creativity Exchange

 

Christmas Snack Mix  (makes two large bowls full)

2- 8.75 oz. Bags of Bold Party Blend Chex Mix
2- 4.5 oz. Angies White Chocolate Peppermint Kettle Corn (Specialty item sold at Target in Christmas treat section)
1- 12 oz. Box of Market Pantry White Fudge w/Sprinkles Star Cookies (Specialty item sold at Target in Christmas treat section)
2- 9.90 oz. White Chocolate/Peppermint M & M’s
1- 16 oz Can of Cocktail Peanuts (the salty ones)

Mix together in the largest bowl you have or a large pot.  Store in air tight containers or ziplock bags.

Sweet and salty Christmas snack mix.  Great for giving as a gift in a biscuit jar.  {The Creativity Exchange}

 

 

Because the kettle corn has a coating on it like caramel corn, the kettle corn in the mix will still be crunchy as long as it’s stored in a air tight container or bag.  Also, these fudge cookies are not the messy kind that are melty.  The coating is thick enough that it doesn’t rub off or get yucky in this mix.

If you want to give this mix as gifts, think about picking up cheap crystal biscuit jars for $3.00-$7.00 at Ross, Home Goods, etc.. Also, I shared a gift project last year for giving sweet treats in these DIY chalkboard label cookie jars that would be fun to fill with the mix:

DIY Chalkboard Cookie Jars by Adding Label {The Creativity Exchange}

 

Those cookie jars are just $5.99 at Target and I also shared a free printable template for making the chalkboard labels.

By the way, if you loved the fall mix, supposedly they make Christmas candy corn in Christmas colors.  If you can find it, the fall mix could become a Christmas snack mix too! I have yet to find it but if you happen to know where to get it or see it somewhere, I would love to know!!

I hope you guys are enjoying your holiday decorating.  I have a lot to do and cannot seem to catch up but hopefully this weekend, I can finish everything.  Thanks for hanging out with me today friends!

Cheers!

Cyndy

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11 Responses to Christmas Snack Mix {Sweet and Salty}..

  1. OK! Here we go again – another five extra pounds with this fantastic stuff! :) Love your blog, Cyndy. One of my favorite morning reads – Happy Weekend! M.
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  2. Gwynn says:

    Cyndi, I found the Christmas candy corn at our local Kroger supermarket.
    I know that Koger is a chain, but I don’t know how wide spread they are.
    Hope that helps.

    • Cyndy says:

      Oh Gwynn, thank you so much for the info! There are Kroger’s in Houston and I’m heading down there next week! I’m gonna get me some for sure! This Christmas mix is really good and very different from the Fall mix but that Fall mix is pretty extra special with that candy corn! Thanks so much girl! Cheers and Merry Christmas!
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  3. Stacey says:

    So glad you posted this party mix. I’m hosting Christmas Bunko Thursday night and this will be perfect!! Thanks. :)

  4. Sharon says:

    Hi there, I also saw the candy corn in Christmas colors at Ollie’s if you have those near you.
    Can’t wait to make these treats. The closest Target is about 30-35 min away and we have had back to back snow storms but as soon as I can get out that is where I am heading.
    Thanks for sharing!

  5. MariR. says:

    We have the first of three family Christmas’ coming up this Saturday. I’m always stuck on what to bring for a snack. This will be perfect!

  6. Austyn says:

    How long will this keep for?
    There’s about 8 days til Christmas, and I want to make it now, to be ahead of the game…but I don’t want it to taste stale!

    • Cyndy says:

      I am shocked but we are still eating the big batch that I made on 12/4 and it taste like the day I made it. I used an air tight plastic container and the peppermint popcorn is surprisingly not stale. I think you’re going to be more than safe making now.

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