Back-to-School Goldfish® Crackers Snack Mix Brings Lots of Smiles

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Back-to-School is already upon us. Can you believe it? This summer flew right by! Back-to-School means shopping for school supplies, learning new things, and of course, food because we all know children come home hungry and ready to snack! Inspired by the Goldfish® crackers, I decided to create my own little Back-to-School Goldfish® crackers Snack Mix. When I was a school-going child, I, myself, enjoyed these Goldfish® crackers as a snack, and it’s so fun sharing such a nostalgic snack with my son while putting my own twist to it!

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Walmart is such a great place to get all your snacks and school supplies for the upcoming school year, so I always head over there to refresh our school supplies stash and grab some affordable wear and tear items. Save $1.00 on any ONE (1) Bolthouse Farms® 10 oz. Baby Carrots or Bolthouse Farms® 11 oz. juice when you buy any ONE (1) Pepperidge Farm® Goldfish® crackers 30 oz. or larger. In addition to the Goldfish® crackers, I like to choose a few fresh fruits to go along with our snack mix, so I find it easy to wander from the produce to the grocery aisle where the Goldfish® crackers are displayed in the Rollback area.

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Let’s talk about the delicious snack mix I made with the Goldfish® crackers! It has everything you could ever desire in a snack – sweet, salty, and just the right amount of crunch! Inducing smiles, these are a huge hit at the Taneja House! They sure are something to look forward to after a long day at school or work – a definite win for parents and their child alike!

Back-to-School Goldfish® Crackers Snack Mix

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Step 1: Pour Goldfish® crackers into a mixing/serving bowl.

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Step 2: Mix in peanuts into the Goldfish® crackers and mix together.

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Step 3: Add in a small serving of chocolate covered pomegranate for a nice, sweet tart addition to the mix.

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Step 4: Some Goldfish® crackers in Pretzel will add a tasty bite.

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Step 5: To go with the chocolate covered pomegranate, add some chewy goodness with dried blueberries.

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Step 6: Finally top off with a few raspberry (or plain will be just fine, as well) yogurt covered pretzels and a few yogurt/Jordan almonds.

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How will YOU create memories and smiles with Goldfish® crackers?

 

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19 Comments

  1. Totally making this, I like that its a variety of things to help dress up the Goldfish. Such a great idea.

  2. My son is obsessed with Goldfish but I never thought to add other items to it! What a great idea and helps keep it well rounded when you add in fruit. I definitely want to try this soon.

  3. my kids fall in-and-out of love with goldfish. Usually right after we buy them from costco.

  4. I love the pretzel kinds! Goldfish snacks have lasted FOREVER! I love snacks that you can pass to new generations and bring back memories for those of us who are older. 🙂

  5. Goldfish are a staple around my school with kids.

  6. I don’t have kids, but I’d boot this up at a party. Do they still make the pizza Goldfish? Those were my favorite!

    • You know, I think they might. They also have exciting flavors, such as Cinnamon Graham and Vanilla Cupcake, so those are fun to mix up, as well! <3

  7. Me and my kids love Goldfish crackers!

  8. This looks so yummy! I LOVE Goldfish. I’ve never tried the rainbow ones though!

  9. I really want those pretzels! What a great mix

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