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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Comments

  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! http://etsy.me/thankgivingboxesetsy

  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.
    -Molly

  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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