Where are my savory people? I love a good sweet treat but my cravings usually sway towards the savory side! I have an easy mix for you to make and it’s going to be one you keep coming back to for any and all occasions. I love that this doesn’t HAVE to be a Holiday treat but if you’re in the giving mood, pop it in a tin and you’ve got yourself a giftable treat for friends & family.
I received this recipe from my neighbor, using all goldfish. I thought to myself, this seasoning is perfect to use regardless what “snack” item I choose. So I decided to create my own little mix which is bursting with even more flavor.
I stumbled upon cheddar penguins at my local HyVee & thought these adorable little guys NEED to be in my mix. They add a simple wintery touch.
Next, I used some circular pretzels. You could use the Christmas tree pretzels that come out around this time. Either will add a fun touch to the mix keeping in the winter theme!
This next ingredient was a delish surprise for me to find as well; mini gouda triscuit. Insert drool emoji here! Have you ever seen a mini Triscuit? Because I haven’t, until now!
Lastly, I bought a bag of brown Gardetto chips. Technically, they’re called Gardetto’s Special Request Roasted Garlic Rye Chips, but I think everyone knows them as those brown Gardetto chips.
Below is the printable recipe card! You can substitute the snack items you choose to use; however, I highly recommend having a cheese item & a pretzel. Let me know what you use in your mix, I’d love to know how you’ve gotten creative!
- ⅔ cup oil
- 1 Tbsp dill
- 1 Tsp cayenne pepper
- 1 package dry ranch seasoning
- 4 packages of your favorite snack items, I used:
- Cheddar penguins
- Circle pretzels
- Brown Gardetto Chips
- Mini Gouda Triscuits
- Fill bowl with all snack items & mix
- Next drizzle the oil over the snacks & add all seasonings
- Give it a good stir so it's evenly coated
- Bake at 250 for 40 mins (until the oil has been absorbed) stirring occasionally
*Photos taken by the lovely Katie Jeanne Photography*
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