Monster Munch

Ok, I hope you guys are ready for a difficult recipe. This one is a doozy. You ready?!

So, to make Monster Munch, all you need to do is throw a bunch of stuff in a bowl and mix it together. I know. So complicated, but it’s oh so much fun for the kiddos and it’s really addictive and yummy! sI’m not going to lie, although this is really for little monsters, big monsters will love it too!

If you want to cut some of the sugar, then I would start with choosing a lower sugar cereal, such as plain Cherrios, Kix, or Chex. I would also omit or cut down on the candy corn. Although it totally rocks, let’s face it, it’s pure sugar deliciousness.

This recipe is so stupid easy, I’m just going to give you a list of ingredients that would work well. Whatever you decide to use, you really can’t go wrong because monsters will eat anything. Use your imagination and add any other ingredients you think would be fun. Serve it in a large bowl at your Halloween party or scoop some into cute treat bags or jars to give as party favors!

Monster Munch

Monster Munch
Yield: 5 cups

Monster Munch

Monster Munch - A fun and easy snack mix for Halloween! A bit of sweet and salty with chocolate candy, candy corn, peanuts, Chex, and pretzels!


  • cereal – Cherrios, Chex, Kix (any variety of these that you prefer)
  • M&M’s
  • pretzels
  • peanuts
  • candy corn
  • Mellocreme pumpkins
  • popcorn
  • gummy worms


  1. Combine ingredients in a large serving bowl or divide amongst party treat bags.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 179Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 119mgCarbohydrates: 38gFiber: 2gSugar: 22gProtein: 2g

Monster Munch

Monster Munch