Recipe: Star Wars™ Snack Mix

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Most of the world is counting down to Christmas. My husband and son are counting down to the big release weekend. My guys are huge Star Wars™ fans (okay maybe I’m a convert too) and they were excited to see the limited edition Star Wars™ Darth Vader Cereal boxes on the Walmart shelves! I used the cereal for a fun snack mix that we munched on during a Star Wars™ movie night at home. My son thought the chocolate covered pretzels or “laser swords” were pretty clever. I got some major mom points for that one! This would make for a great snack for birthday parties, sleep overs or for standing in line, waiting for a certain movie! 


2 Cups Star Wars™ Darth Vader Cereal
1 Cup Mixed Nuts
1 Cup Raisins
20 Pretzel Sticks
Red & Blue Chocolate

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PREP TIME: 30 Minutes 


Step 1: Head to Walmart and grab your ingredients. Get a box of Star Wars™ Go-Gurt while you are there to go with your snack mix. The tubes glow in the dark! 

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Step 2: Toss cereal, nuts and raisins together in a large bowl.

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Step 3: Melt chocolate according to package. Dip 10 pretzel sticks in red chocolate and 10 pretzel sticks in blue chocolate. Leave the end (or handle of the laser sword) without chocolate. Allow to dry. 

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Step 4: Mix laser swords in with the rest of the snack mix. Enjoy! 

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Be sure to check out more Star Wars™ inspired recipes at I’d love to hear about your favorite!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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