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Jojo's Party Mix

November/December 1998

Your rating: None Average: 3.1 (51 votes)

Our more sophisticated version of crunchy party mix gets its irresistible, rich taste from olive oil and a bit of Parmesan cheese rather than the better part of a stick of butter, or worse, margarine. With two-thirds less fat (none of it saturated) you can forget about that other stuff.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I just made it, a few comments: It will burn if you cook it at 350 - you are better off at 300. Also, I only cooked it for 20 minutes. I also added about 1/4 cup of raw almonds (yum), I know it bumps up the calories, but well worth it....
Jojo's Party Mix Recipe

7 Reviews for Jojo's Party Mix

07/27/2010
Anonymous

To anonymous, so is your comments BORING "okay" too, unless you could provide a better recipe.
Better luck next time and may be you're new to this healthy tasting snack.

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02/03/2010
Anonymous

The recipe was just "okay". I guess I should have known with the short list of ingredients that it would be a little boring. The seasoning on it was okay, but with only the cereal and pretzels it got boring fast. There are several other things that could be added to make it more appealing, but that is all personal preference.

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