4th of July Snack Mix

4th of July Snack Mix - by glorioustreats.com

With the 4th of July fast approaching, I thought I’d share a quick and easy 4th of July Snack Mix perfect for feeding a crowd.

Earlier this year I made a very similar snack mix for Valentine’s Day, but this mix can be easily adapted for most any holiday or occasion.  This yummy mix can be customized to include most any snacks you love, from pretzels to popcorn to chocolate candies.  Combining sweet and salty snacks makes this an irresistible treat.

Mix up a big bowl of this 4th of July Snack Mix and just watch how fast it disappears!  Even as I was preparing these photos, I noticed my mix was disappearing bit by bit each time one of my kiddos (or hubby) walked by.

Fill small treat bags with this colorful snack mix for a perfect 4th of July party favor.

All American Snack Mix - by glorioustreats.com

Looking for more 4th of July treats?

Here are a few of my favorites…

4th of July Flag Cake

4th of July Cupcakes in a Jar

Strawberry Blueberry Mini Cheesecake Trifles

4th of July Star Cookies

I have even more 4th of July treats and ideas gathered from around the web on my 4th of July Pinterest board.

Prop note- Blue polka-dot snack cups from Shop Sweet Lulu

4th of July Snack Mix Recipe

4th of July Snack Mix - by glorioustreats.com

4th of July Snack Mix

Mix and match your favorite sweet and crunchy snacks to create a delicious mix!
Prep Time 20 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 12


Mix Options

  • mini pretzels
  • popcorn air-popped
  • cereal chex, cherrios, or your choice
  • peanuts or a nut of your choice
  • M&Ms or other candies
  • sprinkles
  • white chocolate or white candy melts


  • In a large roasting pan, or large casserole dish, mix all ingredients except the M&M's, sprinkles, and candy melts. Do not over fill your dish, you will need room to toss the ingredients together.
  • Melt white chocolate (or candy melts) in a microwave safe dish (at 50% power) in 30 second intervals until almost melted. Stir until completely melted and smooth. Use a spoon to drizzle the melted chocolate over the dish of snacks. Mix as needed to coat. It's up to you if you want the mix to be totally coated, or lightly coated (depending on the amount of melted chocolate you use). As soon as you've mix up the snack mix, but the coating is still warm and melty, add sprinkles of your choice, and M&M's to the mix. Stir to combine.
  • Spread the snack mixture out onto a baking sheet (or two if needed). Allow to cool, then break apart as needed.
  • If desired, add some of the melted white chocolate to a small plastic piping bag (or small ziplock bag), snip off the end and drizzle over the mix, then allow the chocolate to set before packaging up the mixture.
  • Store snack mix in an airtight bag or container.
  • Snack mix with popcorn in it will remain fresh tasting about 2-3 days, and a bit longer without popcorn.


For the mixture pictured, I used mini pretzels, corn chex, popcorn, white chocolate, sprinkles and M&M's
I have not listed quantities because it's really up to you how much you want to make, or what ingredients you have on hand.
Keyword 4th of July, snack mix
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  1. Very cute! And I am sure totally yummy!

  2. Saw your pic on Instagram first so popped over to take a look! Great idea!!! My kids would love this!

  3. Adorable!! I love stuff like this…so addicting.

  4. That is such a cute idea!

  5. That looks so yummy. that such a great idea for a indulgent snack! Yumxxx

  6. I love a sweet and salty treat! I would need the bigger bucket size for sure!

  7. I love all thing patriotic and this is such a cute display! I do love sweet and salty snacks like this and I will have to try this recipe out (mostly because it’s so easy!). Love you!


  8. Your photos are so vivid that I just want to snatch up one of those cute little serving cups and toss the contents in my mouth!

  9. Love this idea and hope to make it for the Fourth!

  10. What a wonderful treat for the fourth – it’s got all my favorites in one!

  11. I keep coming across these gorgeous pics of this mix…I love the colors and the staging. So cute! Our heat index is near 100F and we won’t even talk about the humidity. So I will admire from afar….this mix is for a cooler day. But I dove, love , love the way it looks!!!!

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  13. This is too pretty! I’m addicted to snack mix, and all things 4th of July, so it’s perfect!

  14. Where did u find the red bucket with the stars??

  15. This is easily the prettiest snack mix I”ve ever seen and so festive too! LOVE!

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  21. I’m going to make this today for my niece’s birthday party (4th of July). Where did you find the blue and red M&M’s? I just bought a bag of them and picked the red and blue ones out, but it looks like they maybe sell them like that?

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  26. I totally need some of this in my life! YUM.

    Thanks for linking up with the Caffeinated Crafters! We look forward to seeing what you’ve got in store for next week!

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  37. This looks great! Very patriotic. What did you use as the background paper in the tub?


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