Honey Glazed Snack Mix Recipe


 

Honey Glazed Snack Mix Recipe

Honey Glazed Snack Mix is so simple to make,  and delicious.  I’m pretty sure you will find yourself making it all the time.  Our young children especially enjoy it.  A true family tested favorite.

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Honey Glazed Snack Mix Recipe is so simple to make, and delicious. I’m pretty sure you will find yourself making it all the time. Our young children especially enjoy it. A true family tested favorite. (gluten free option)

Honey Glazed Snack Mix Ingredients:

Adapted from “Eating for IBS” cookbook by Heather Van Vorous.

Makes 10 servings (1/2 cup each).  But you might eat way more than half a cup.  I sure do!

Gluten Free Honey Glazed Snack Mix Ingredients:

To make this recipe gluten-free,  substitute the pretzels!  My friend Christin is gluten free.   Christin is a doTERRA representative local to Rochester,  New York.  She recommends using Snyder’s or Glutino.  Be sure to use the brand name of Corn Chex and Rice Chex.  Christin advised that generic brands may not be gluten free.  Enjoy the safe and yummy treat!  <3

Honey Glazed Snack Mix Instructions:

  1. Spread out some parchment paper in preparation for cooling time.
  2. In a small bowl,  stir together honey and olive oil.
  3. In a large glass microwave-safe bowl,  mix together cereals and pretzels.
  4. Top with honey mixture.
  5. Stir until well combined.  (It’s sticky!)
  6. Microwave for 3-4 minutes.  Stop to stir the mixture every 60 seconds to avoid burning it.  Use a pot holder to protect your hands.
  7. When cooked through,  spread honey mix on parchment paper to cool.
  8. Cool completely before serving.

Honey Glazed Snack Mix Storage:

I prefer to store our honey snack mix in a large Ziplock bag.  It is normal for Honey Glazed Snack Mix to stick together.  You can easily break apart the mix when stored inside a bag.

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About Betsy Dirks

I strongly believe that you can fix anything with doTERRA essential oils and a fresh pot of coffee. I am a doTERRA representative local to Pennsylvania, Delaware, & Maryland.When I discovered essential oils three years ago, it was amazing to me how quickly and effectively I could experience the benefits of aromatherapy. The very first oil I used was lavender. I had been going through a difficult and stressful time in my life. As I began to use the lavender essential oil, I found it to be incredibly calming, quieting, and provide a much-needed sense of relaxation. At the same time, I remembered a vow I made as a kid to share whatever ended up making a difference for me with my various wellness challenges. And so my love of sharing essential oils was born!Not local, buy from my online doTERRA store and attend online essential oil classes through Facebook!