Having a party this weekend? Here are 18 Party Mixes For Entertaining that make a great appetizer or snack!
by Lindsay Livingston, RD (The Lean Green Bean)
Photo Credit: Becky's Best Bites
'Tis the season for entertaining, is it not? Whether it's football games or the rapidly approaching holiday parties, most of us will be hosting or attending at least one gathering over the next couple of months. If you're looking for an easy-to-make, easy-to-customize appetizer or snack, party mixes are the answer.
There are so many different recipe ideas out there. In fact, I've rounded up 18 of them for you....but really all you have to do is throw a bunch of your favorite munchies in a big bowl and boom! Party mix!
You can make them sweet, salty, savory, spicy or any combination of those! Plus they're easy to make in big batches and they're easy for guests to eat!
So here are some delicious party mix recipes to inspire you. Which will you try first?
Sweet & Spicy Popcorn Snack Mix via The Lean Green Bean
Game Day Popcorn Party Mix via Jar of Lemons
Sweet & Spicy Snack Mix via Hello Little Home
Monkey Munch via 24 Carrot Kitchen
Sweet & Spicy Chex Mix via Well Plated
Maple Cinnamon Trail Mix via Eating Bird Food
Trail Mix Popcorn via Running To The Kitchen
Spicy Chocolate Popcorn Mix via A Clean Bake
Vanilla Toasted Coconut Cashew Mix via With Salt & Wit
Protein Lovers Trail Mix via The Big Man's World
Brown Butter Maple Rum Party Mix via Healthy Seasonal Recipes
Spicy Sweet Party Mix via A Side of Sweet
Crockpot Paleo Chunky Monkey Trail Mix via Cotter Crunch
Coconut Almond Chex Mix via Lovely Little Kitchen
Slow Cooker Sweet & Spicy Chex Mix via Becky's Best Bites
Easy Asian Snack Mix via Avocado A Day Nutrition
Very Berry Frosted Cheerios Popcorn Snack Mix via Cupcakes & Kale Chips
5 Ingredient Nut-Free Trail Mix via C It Nutritionally
See any that sound good? Pin this post for later and make one or two for your next party or game day gathering!
Need an easy snack or appetizer? Here are 18 Party Mixes For Entertaining via @healthyaperture & @LeanGrnBeanBlog Tweet this