Friday, November 14, 2008

Thanksgiving Blessing Snack Mix

A cute favor to give your guests to serve as a reminder of exactly what the Thanksgiving holidays are all about.

Thanksgiving Blessing Snack Mix

I have been a great fan of Organized Christmas for years and ran across this recipe for a great - and meaningful - holiday snack mix that I had saved on my computer back in '02. Why don't you mix some up as favors for each of your Thanksgiving guests and be sure to pop by and visit this site for some other great holiday ideas, printables, recipes, tips and much more! They even have several printable tags already made for ya! How great is that?

Here's the mix.
Bugles: Shaped like a cornucopia, it's a symbol of our nation's abundance.

Pretzels: Arms folded in prayer, a freedom sought by those who founded our country.

Candy corn: Sacrifices of the Pilgrims' first winter. Food was so scarce that settlers survived on just a few kernels of corn a day.

Nuts or seeds: Promise of a a future harvest, one we will reap only if seeds are planted and tended with diligence.

Dried fruits: Harvest gifts of our bountiful land.

M&Ms: Memories of those who came before us to guide us to a blessed future.

Hershey's Kiss: The love of family and friends that sweetens our lives.

Add some of your own conversation starters to the treat bag to get the dinner conversation going!

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Recipe: Thanksgiving Blessing Snack Mix

©From the Kitchen of Deep South Dish
Prep time: 15 min

Ingredients
  • 2 cups Bugles corn snacks
  • 2 cups small pretzels
  • 1 cup candy corn
  • 1 cup dried fruit or raisins
  • 1 cup peanuts or sunflower seeds
  • 1 cup of regular M & M candy
  • 16 Hershey's kisses
  • Thanksgiving Blessing Mix gift tags
Instructions

Mix everything except the kisses in a large bowl. Scoop out about 1/2 cup of the mix into small cellophane bags, and then add a kiss to each bag. Tie closed.

Print the gift tags and use a hole punch to punch a hole in each tag, run a ribbon through and attach to the bags.

Makes 16 bags.

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2 comments:

  1. I had never heard of this until my toddler made some at preschool. I will definitely hand these out as favors on Thanksgiving!

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