Simple Savory Snack Mix 

Simple Savory Snack Mix 

A simple, quick-to-fix variation on the traditional cracker and nut mix. This snack mix requires no cooking or addition of extra oils. I like to make a large batch and keep on hand for snacking through the holidays, a nice substitute for sweet treats!

 

Ingredients:

Wheat Chex

Corn Chex

Oat cereal

Mixed Nuts, peanut or almonds; roasted, no salt added or lightly salted

Garlic rounds, rye crisps or other seasoned cracker

Cheese crackers, any variety or flavor of whole grain baked version

Sesame or oat bran sticks

Pretzels, any shape

Raisins or other dried fruit of your choice

 

Instructions:

This recipe can be made to meet your taste; just add any amount of each ingredient that you desire, stir together and store in a sealed container. There are no set rules for making this delicious mix! The flavors will blend together and taste even better the next day!

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