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This snack mix recipe is both sweet and salty! The praline-like coating covers the salty nuts and crisp cereal for an irresistible combination.
Dietary Fiber: 2g
I made this last year and lost the recipe. So glad I found it again. I use a variety of cereals corn,rice,oats 1 cup each. It is so good it's hard to stop eating. Makes good travel snacks. And with the nuts you are getting protein for energy.
I just made this and it's almost gone already! I replaced the "cone-shaped baked corn snacks" with different type nuts (walnuts, cashews, and almonds) so I ended up with 4 kinds of nuts. Very yummy. The coating is the same as I use to make caramel corn. I like that it's not a real sticky coating because I hate when something sticks in my teeth. I will be making this many times, I'm sure.
I made this very tasty snack mix for a new year's eve party and it disappeared in no time! Will definitely make it again!
We decided to try a different snack mix for Christmas and this is very good! I would def make it again. The only thing we did different is decide to not use the wheat cereal. You wouldn't even know it was missing.
It is easy to make and family favorite!
I made this for my family and they loved it. They loved it so much I have made it 2 more times in the last 2 weeks. I must admit I tweaked it a little and used cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice and a little ground cloves to make it more fall and Thanksgiving like.. Please Try It :
I used small tortilla corn chips and walnuts. Served it to my family this Thanksgiving. They all loved it--one said it was the best snack mix they had ever tasted!
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