Thanksgiving Snack Mix (with Free Printable)

You all loved the Thanksgiving Snack Mix shared last year so much that I thought I’d share it again for any new readers. I noticed the free printable tag from last year was no longer available, so we designed a new one…a free one! :)

Here’s a tip when printing these off: Use high quality paper! Staples Brand: matte heavy weight photo paper works great!

To make these free printable tags, you need:

– 3 1/2 inch scalloped edge circle punch
– 2 1/2 plain circle punch, circle cutter, circle cutting die, or even scissors
– hole punch
– Fall color card stock in a variety of colors
– cellophane bags (I found these at Xpedx)
– baker’s twine (red, yellow or brown would be great here)

For the Thanksgiving Snack Mix you will need:

• Bugles brand chips (2 bags is plenty)
• classic knot mini pretzels
• candy corn or corn nuts or corn pops (like popcorn)
• dried fruit (like craisins)
• sunflower seeds

*Click here for the free Thanksgiving printable tag.

Happy month of Giving Thanks!

*Looking for more Thanksgiving ideas? Here’s 5!

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  1. 1

    What a sweet idea! I have several bags of candy corn and I do love Bugles so I plan on whipping some up for me and to share of course! Thank you so much for the printable and the packaging tips.

  2. 3

    I love a good snack and this mix looks superb! So fun!

  3. 5

    Thanks! We did it last year for my daughters class and we were just getting all the non-food supplies ready to do it again this year. We were about 10 short of the printouts, and couldn’t reprint it, so I am happy to see a new one. {Though, when I printed it was off center, and I had to not use the 3 on the left side :( Not sure if that’s the fault of my printer or not…}

    • 6

      Hi Lindsey!

      You are the first to mention any issues with printing, maybe try it again. If I hear from others who downloaded the file, I will let you know. Thanks for the heads up. I had no problem printing it.

  4. 7

    Yum! I’ll be trying this and sharing with friends and family.

  5. 8

    These are so cute! Thanks for sharing Kami.
    PS I hope your appointment went well!

  6. 9

    Oh goodness. This is so cute! I’ve been looking for something to put in my Thanksgiving Gift boxes! This is just the right size, and a great alternative to straight Candy! I’m going to link it in my blog post!

  7. 10

    Making these for my aunt to give at her bridge group. Thank you so much, Kami, for sharing the idea and creating the printables! I love colorful, practical and yummy .. this is perfect.

  8. 11

    This is a super idea! Thanks for the free printable!

  9. 12

    I can’t find corn nuts! Any suggestions as to where to buy them?

  10. 13

    Thanks for sharing–soooo cute!

  11. 14
    Michelle @ Life on the Horizon says:

    This is SO cute! Thank you for sharing!

  12. 15

    Where have you been in, like, forever? You have no idea how much I appreciate that you use “line drawings”, and you have ideas that are fresh and do not require the use of a machine. Thank you for sharing your talent. Blessings from Port Huron, Michigan.


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