Goblin Good Gorp

Goblin Good Gorp created by Northwestgal

Couldn't get any simpler than this! From Pillsbury Halloween 2005.

Ready In:
15mins
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ingredients

  • 2 cups peanuts
  • 1 cup miniature cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookies
  • 1 cup candy corn
  • 12 cup cheese-flavored tiny goldfish crackers
  • 12 cup raisins

directions

  • In 1 1/2- to 2-quart container with cover, mix all ingredients; cover tightly.
  • Store at room temperature.
  • Kitchen Tip:.
  • For cute gift bags, buy some small snack-sized bags and black pipe cleaners at the party or craft store.
  • Cut 5 pipe cleaners in half (makes ten 6-inch pieces).
  • Cut 14 pipe cleaners into 4-inch lengths (3-lengths per pipe cleaner).
  • To make each spider hold four 4-inch lengths together and twist a 6-inch length around the middle of the bundle to secure.
  • Bend 4-inch pieces to resemble spider legs.
  • Use 6-inch piece to seal gift bag.
  • Two 4-inch pieces will be left over.
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  1. NorthwestGal
    Goblin Good Gorp Created by NorthwestGal
  2. NorthwestGal
    This turned out to be a great Halloween treat, sort of like a snack type of trail mix. I made it for a Halloween party for my daughter's equestrian drill team, but I left out the raisins (only because too many of the riders don't care for raisins, so I replaced it with some caramel apple-flavored candy corn to add a little more fall colors to the mix). It turned out great. I split the mix among some Halloween snack-size treat bags, and I made the piper cleaner spiders (which are super easy to make, by the way) to close the bags. And it turned out so cute, and perfect for a Halloween treat. I managed to snap a few photos and will try to upload one as soon as my computer decides to cooperate. Thanks for sharing this recipe, lazyme.
  3. lazyme
    Couldn't get any simpler than this! From Pillsbury Halloween 2005.
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