Happy Blogiversary to The Supermom Chef & a recipe for Sweet & Salty Snack Mix

Posted by Mandy on October 12th, 2011. Filed under: Appetizers, Candies, Desserts, Halloween, Holiday Favorites, Kids Can Help, Snacks, This & That, Uncategorized.

Wow, can you believe it’s been a full year of wonderful recipes? I can’t, it seems like just yesterday I was sitting with my hubby talking about possibly starting my own recipe blog. I wonder how many dishes I’ve washed over the last year while preparing recipes for this blog? About 3 gazillion five hundred million three hundred forty five thousand six hundred eighty two. Well, it was actually more than that but that’s about where I lost count.

So, after a year of posting recipes I sure hope that all of you folks out there are finding them useful. If you are, please leave me a comment with a little blog love to let me know. I’d hate to be washing all those dishes for nothing, ya know?

I’ll bet you are here today for yet another recipe too, right? Yep, I thought so. Well since my hubby’s favorite combination of flavors is sweet mixed with salty, I’ll post a recipe today in his honor. If you are feeling a little frisky, eat a handful of peanuts and candy corn all in one bite. Oddly, it tastes almost just like a Pay Day candybar. And let’s face it, who doesn’t love those?

P.S. If you don’t like Pay Days, DO NOT tell me you don’t because I will have to forcefully block you from this blog because not liking Pay Days just makes you a freak! I’m only kidding…but really, you aren’t right if you don’t like them! 😉

*hand slap* Back off! Go make your own, this bowl is all mine!


Sweet & Salty Snack Mix

2 cups candy corn

2 cups salted cocktail peanuts

Mix both together in a large bowl; store in a zip-top plastic bag until ready to serve.

8 Responses to Happy Blogiversary to The Supermom Chef & a recipe for Sweet & Salty Snack Mix

  1. Dana

    Absolutely LOVE this!! We were just talking about bringing some of this to the clinic to munch on…but we couldn’t remember whether we needed salted or unsalted peanuts. Thanks to you and your WONDERFUL blog…now I know!!! Keep the blog going! I love it.

  2. Mandy

    Well I’m glad that I posted the recipe for y’all at just the right time. :) Hope y’all enjoyed this treat up at clinic when you made it. And I hope you’re feeling a little better these days. :)

  3. Michelle Jones

    Your blog has been a life saver on many occasions. I have four hungry children and a picky husband and they have enjoyed many of your recipes I have tried. It is so nice to try something different and not feel intimidated by the ingredients. Your cooking reminds me of many of my own grandma’s recipes and that is very good for the soul. Thanks for taking the time to run this blog I know what a busy woman you are!

  4. Mandy

    Thank you Michelle! You made my day with this comment. :)

  5. Leslie Petro

    Girl you know I LOVE your website as do the rest of the ladies in the office!

  6. Mandy

    I’m so glad y’all are using the recipes! I love seeing posts like this, it makes all of the hard work worth it! :)

  7. Cindy

    I’ve made this for years – one of my favorite treats. Several years ago, when I took some to work, a coworker added a bag of plain M&Ms. Great addition! I always make it that way now. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful recipes.

  8. Mandy

    Sounds delicious! I’m gonna have to try that next time. :)

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