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Teddy Graham Trail Mix

Teddy Graham Trail Mix

The Super Bowl is coming! It’s almost here. There will be parties, food, drinks, screaming, yelling, crying (maybe), food…did I mention food? Don’t forget the kids when you plan your game day parties! They’ll be happy that you thought of them. This is great to bring to a party if your hosts have kids, too. You’ll score big points, for sure.

It’s an easy mix of Teddy Grahams, cereal, pretzels, and a few sweets, too. Also, completely versatile! Use what you can find--don’t feel limited to what I’ve used here. When my son was in preschool, I made this when it was my turn to supply the Friday snack. The kids LOVED it. Got a long car ride coming up? Pack some of this!

Teddy Graham Trail Mix

Confession. I love this, too. And I can’t keep Billy out of it! He’s asking me to give it all away because he can’t stop snacking on it. For me, I like to throw some nuts in my own serving, but only mine because the kids don’t like nuts.

Speaking of nuts, it may be a good idea to see if any kids at your party have nut allergies, and plan accordingly.

I can’t even call this a recipe--it’s more a guideline. One thing I've found is that dried fruit tends to make the crispy things kind of soft during storage, so that's why I use the yogurt and chocolate covered rasins. If you think it'll all be eaten on the same day you make it, I'd say go for it.

This makes a lot. I didn’t measure it out, but what you see in the photos isn’t even all of it. There’s more backstage, ha!

Teddy Graham Trail Mix

Teddy Graham Trail Mix

Makes a bunch

1 box (11.3 oz or 7 cups) Peanut Butter Multi Grain Cheerios
1 box (10 oz) Teddy Grahams (I've used chocolate here.)
2 cups mini pretzels
1 bag (12.6 oz or approx. 2 cups) m & m's
1 1/2 cups (10 oz) yogurt covered raisins
1 (3.5 oz) box Raisinets

Mix all of these in a large bowl, store in an airtight container.

Teddy Graham Trail Mix

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Reader Comments (8)

What a fun mix! With it being so easy to put together, I will definitely be whipping this up in my kitchen soon.

February 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEliana

Love your winter wonderland header there Elle. Here it feels like spring! Great trail mix snack my friend!

February 1, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterfoodwanderings

this is cute! love the pic with the little teddy bear poking up :) He looks like he's saying, "Hi! Don't eat me please! See how cute I am?" ? no probs here tho, we'll just think of him as the bear from Toy Story 3 :) btw, where did you get the cute icons at the side? love the facebook slice of pie :)

February 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDana B

Oh yeah I could totally eat a bowl of this in one sitting.
oh yeah

February 1, 2012 | Unregistered Commentervanillasugarblog

Go Giants! Hehe just kidding :D

February 2, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBen

Such a cute mix. Funny we totally forgot the Super Bowl was this weekend. So, not football fans (unless of course it's University of Michigan, Go Blue! ;)

February 2, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkat

This looks a perfect snack to me! Love the picture in your header...makes me want to go skiing!

February 2, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLife of a Modern Housewife

This was such a fun trail mix to make - my husband and I ate nearly as much as the kids did. I need to make another batch to pack for a lunch snack for my Kindergartener! Thank you so much for sharing this one :)

September 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSarah E

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