Ground chipotle pepper and chili spices combine with sugar to coat this three-part combo of pepitas (pumpkinseeds), almonds,
and cashews. Make it ahead of time and bring with you to your next holiday gathering or as a hostess gift.
It'll be hard to stop nibbling on this sweet and spicy mix of pecans, peanuts, and pine nuts. The nuts are coated in a mixture
of sesame seeds, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, sage, and just a touch of honey, and you can make them up to a week ahead.
Sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds may be small, but they contain quite a few nutrients, so you don't have to feel guilty about
snacking on this sweet and spicy mix. Pack the mix in small airtight containers for a fun gift idea.
Spice up your holiday snack foods with this easy, all-star recipe. A winning combination of Old Bay seasoning, worcestershire,
and crunchy mixed nuts is a tasty favorite for guests and it's a great gift idea.
No cooking required! This simple mix tosses together a combination of good-for-you ingredients including mixed nuts and almonds
for a dose of heart healthy fat and dried apricots and dried cranberries for fiber and vitamin C.
This flavorful appetizer is loaded with traditional snack mix ingredients like pretzels, corn and rice cereal, and peanuts
as well as a few new crunchy favorites—wasabi peas and sesame rice crackers.This flavorful appetizer is loaded with traditional
snack mix ingredients like pretzels, corn and rice cereal, and peanuts as well as a few new crunchy favorites—wasabi peas
and sesame rice crackers.
These pecans are perfect for munching because they're sweet from the sugar, spicy from the cayenne pepper, and have an authentic
holiday flavor from the cinnamon and allspice. Keep on hand as a snack for unexpected guests.