#reindeertrailmix #reindeerfood
We’re back for round two of our Reindeer Recipes Blog Hop! Thanks for all your wonderful comments on part-1 of the hop and a big southern hug to Heather at Totally Tailgates, for rounding us up for this reindeer ride hop. If this is your first visit, welcome.
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I hope you are joining me from Shelly at Confetti Style, I know she’s a hard act to follow but I think I have a trick up my apron that you will gobble up. If you are like me, you are racking your brain trying to come up with easy, budget friendly gift ideas to spread cheer more abundantly. Well, I’ve got a recipe that will fit the bill, Reindeer Trash! Say What!!! Don’t judge me, until you whip up a batch of this Yum!#reindeertrailmix #reindeerfood
#reindeertrailmix #reindeerfood
#reindeertrailmix #reindeerfood
This recipe is so easy, it’s shameful! With a few ingredients you dump into a bowl, stir and let cool, you can’t go wrong.
Warning…this Reindeer Trash aka Holiday Hash, is addicting. While your trash (that does sound kinda uh) hash is cooling, let’s go check out what Gwynn at Swirls of Flavor is up to. Gwynn is next on the tour and I can’t wait.

Participating Links:
Positively Southern
Confetti Style
Me (M Jones Style)
Swirls of Flavor
Clutter Café
Life at Lydia’s House
Brittany’s Pantry
Totally Tailgates

Yields 8 gift bags

Reindeer Trash Mix
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  • 2 cups straight pretzels
  • 2 cups mixed nuts salted
  • 2 cups Crispx cereal
  • 2 cups Life cereal regular
  • 1 package almond bark (full block)


  1. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl. Melt Almond Bark in a double broiler. Pour over mix and stir. Pour mix onto a large cookie sheet lined with wax paper. Flatten mix then allow to cool completely. Break into pieces.