Halloween Harvest Trail Mix is sweet and salty and tastes delicious! This is a festive treat that is quick and easy, no sauce or baking required. Make a big batch for a party or have fun with the kids and give away in treat bags.
The only effort needed is pouring everything in a bowl and gently stirring to combine.
The Ingredients include:
Honey Nut Cheerios
Reese’s Pieces or Festive M&M’s
You can modify any of the ingredients or even leave ingredients out. I am not a huge fan of candy corn, but no Halloween Trail Mix is complete without it.
I haven’t had Bugles in years and I wasn’t sure how they would taste in this mix, but they look like little witch hats and how appropriate for this Halloween Mix. I loved bugles as a kid and, apparently, I still do because I found myself picking them out of the batch. When I was young I would annoyingly search through the whole bag to find big enough pieces to cover my fingers tips and then walk around the house acting as if I had fake nails. If you read my post, 30 Things You Don’t Know About Me (click here) you will remember I am a huge dork and I always have been.
Make Treat Bags:
I don’t have kids, but anything festive themed and I am all over it. I made these treat bags to giveaway. I found the adorable little Halloween bags and clips at Target in the dollar section… I can’t walk into Target without scoping it out and let’s be honest I always walk away with at least one or two items in my cart. Not to mention the items in this “I can’t walk into Target without looking” section are always themed and change weekly. It’s genius and I am not complaining.
- 2 cups Honey Nut Cheerios
- 2 cups Pretzels
- 1 bag Bugles
- 1 jar Peanuts
- 1 bag Candy Corn
- 1 bag Reese's Pieces or Festive M&M's
- 1 bag Chocolate Chips
- Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and gently toss to combine.
- No need to even measure the ingredients just pour in a bowl and enjoy.
More Halloween Treats:
I found this Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip on Well Plated by Erin (click for recipe). Luckily, I am an auntie so I will be making this festive dip later this week. I can’t wait!