Made It #13

~Since I pinned lots of recipes on my Pinterest boards through the years, but never made anything from the pinned items, I've set myself a goal to try one recipe per week to reduce the overload~ 

One of the best recipes of this year, I already know now, is this Snack Mix. In the Netherlands people are totally not known with the phenomenon 'Snack Mix', so this was the first time I ate it, but I'm hooked and this will definitely be a regular feature of the Movie Nights my family has every once in a while.

I made mine with a mix of salt cookies, mini pretzels, crackers that I broke in smaller pieces and different nuts. In a little sauce pan I melted salted butter and mixed it with garlic. The melted butter I mixed with the little snacks and the snacks I spread out on a baking tin. I baked the mix for about half an hour on 180 degrees Celsius. Not much work at all, so you see, but the best movie snack ever!


Since I've two boxes of sesame seeds, it seems like a good idea to make Sesame Cookies. Would be too bad to throw it away, don't you think?
I found this recipe


  1. Snack mix is delicious. That's a great idea to try a pin a week. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday. Hope to see you next week.

  2. My family LOVES a good snack mix! Thanks for sharing your research and your findings. :-)

  3. You are doing well with all your pin makes! We don't really have snack mix here in the UK either. We have something called Bombay Mix which is similar but with chickpeas and nuts and a spicy flavour. Otherwise it just boring old crips or popcorn! This sounds delicious and easy.

  4. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!


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