Calling all monsters, zombies, princesses, and ghosts, do we have a treat to for you!  So come stop by our neck of the woods as we share with you how to make the tastiest WaffleWaffle Halloween party mix.  And be sure to come hungry because we promise this is a treat you won’t be able to stop (monster)  munchin’ on.

 

Halloween Party Mix

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Buttery Vanilla WaffleWaffle’s ripped apart into bite sized pieces
  • 1 bag of microwaveable popcorn – popped!
  • 1 bag of candy corn
  • Preztels
  • Reese’s Pieces
  • Peanut butter chips
  • Melted peanut butter
  • Orange melting chocolates
  • Orange sprinkles

Because this Halloween party mix does not have exact measurements you are welcome to add as much, or as little, of each item as you would like.  Except for the Buttery Vanilla waffles, you’re gonna want a lot of those!  

Here’s how to make it!

  1. Gather a large mixing bowl (trust us, you’re going to want to make sure it’s big!)
  2. Combine the popped popcorn, candy corn, pretzels, Reese’s Pieces, peanut butter chips, and the ripped Buttery Vanilla waffles into the bowl
  3. Melt the peanut butter in a double boiler, or the microwave.  Either way make sure it is smooth, creamy, and melted enough that it can easily pour.
  4. Add the melted peanut butter into the bowl with all the other fun stuff!  Give everything a good mix.  Make sure the Halloween party mix is fully coated in this melted peanut butter for ultimate flavor explosion.
  5. Melt the orange melts.  Increments of 30 seconds in the microwave works best.  Make sure to microwave the chocolates until smooth.  If the chocolate begins to clump up it might be best to toss it and start over.
  6. Drizzle orange melts over the entire contents of the large bowl to really stick with the Halloween theme.
  7. Top it off with orange sprinkles and now it’s time for a party!

 

 

Keep the Halloween party mix in the bowl and have it be your centerpiece for your next Halloween party or pack the mix into individual baggies and hand it out to all the trick-or-treaters.  Just be sure to make a lot of large-bowl batches because it’s going to go fast!