Thursday, October 07, 2010

Fabulous Fall Foods - Week 3

 
When the smell of Autumn is in the air and bags of candy corn begin to fill the shelves at the local supermarkets, a special harvest-time trail mix is the perfect munchy for all kinds of get-togethers.  Have the girls over to make super cute fabric pumpkins, gather the kids around the table for a rousing game of scrabble or take this mix along to your small town homecoming football game or on a hike through the deep woods to see some beautiful fall foliage.  No matter the occassion, Harvest Trail Mix is a great take along.  The candy corn ads just the right amount of Halloween color.

Harvest Trail Mix

1 - 10-1/2 oz. box of Honey Nut Corn Chex
1 - 8 oz. bag of Harvest-colored M&M's
1 - 8 oz. bag of candy corn
1 - 9 oz. package of raisins
1 - 12 oz. jar of dry-roasted peanuts

Mix all together and Enjoy! 
(Store in an airtight container)



For your chance to win a copy of the Gooseberry Patch cookbook, Homemade Harvest, post a fall-inspired recipe to your blog, then make sure and come back here to leave a comment and let me know that your recipe is posted.  You have until Wednesday of the coming week to post.  Each week that you join in gives you another chance in the drawing and gives all of us another fantastic recipe to try!

I'd also like to know if you've tried any of the recipe's that have been posted and how you liked them.  We would all like to know!


For previous weeks recipes, follow the links below:



11 comments:

Adrienne said...

ooohhh - that looks yummy. I love me some chex mix ;-)

Here's my link:

http://someofakind.blogspot.com/2010/10/fabulous-fall-foods-friday-my-pepper.html

Twisted Fencepost said...

I have seen this recipe before and I don't know where and I didn't copy it down.
So thanks for sharing it. I've got it copied this time!!

Alli said...

This was a great snack Paula, Eric gave it 2 thumbs up! Besides being a yummy treat, how good does it look in your cute leaf bowls?! We might need to munch on this next time we get together for a stitch night :)

Stacey's Treasures said...

Yummy, you make me want to go out on a hike just so I can take some along.
I've posted my recipe.

happy zombie said...

Oh s'nack! Looks yum, and I do love me those candy corns. I never, ever would have thought to use candy corn in a recipe - you and your genius ways, Paula!

I loved your comment on Grace's apron post. I added to it! xoxoxm

lorijo2003 said...

Here's my recipe for the week!!

Alli said...

I done did it. Man, there is quite the collection of delicious recipes to try already! I can't believe it's been 3 weeks already!

farmhouse dining tables said...

This is what we always have during Saturday morning! This is a hit at home.

NO REASON NEEDED said...

I have a couple of recent round-up recipes printed; though with the Canadian Thanksgiving I'd got far busier than usual to have tried them.

Here is my link for this weeks roundup...FUNNEL CAKES

http://noreasonneeded.blogspot.com/2009/06/funnel-cakesmmmmmm.html

Adrienne said...

Paula - I've got a post up for this week too! Yum yum ;-)

http://someofakind.blogspot.com/2010/10/fabulous-fall-foods-friday-spice-of.html

~ The Jolly Bee ~ said...

Anything with Candy Corn is A-OK in my book. My kiddos will love this. Paula -- this is such a great section you have going.