This Cookie Mix is perfect for movie night! Gather up the kids, put in a favorite movie and enjoy this easy snack! #cookie #snackideas
*The backdrop used in these photos is courtesy of Ink & Elm.*
My family has movie night on Friday nights. Does your family do “movie night?” We usually have pizza for dinner because the kiddos love it – and it’s something they can help with! Actually, now that my kids are getting older, they can do the entire process – from making the dough to baking – all by themselves. I have to admit, I may be a food blogger, but it’s nice having a night off from cooking once in awhile! 🙂
Although we typically enjoy copious amounts of popcorn for movie night … because what’s a movie without popcorn … sometimes, we like to change things up a bit. If you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you know how I roll! My personal hashtag should be #neverthesametwice …. oops!
I decided to make a Cookie Mix and although I’ve had the idea for the longest time, I have had the hardest time finding the cookie dough bites that I wanted to use! Thankfully, I finally found them at Walgreens!! Woot woot for finding the unfindable!
Of course, you can totally customize this to your family’s tastes and preferences. If you find other cookie-themed food, feel free to add them to the mix – they say, “the more, the merrier,” right? I am so down with more cookies!
I found some cute little fry boxes that we used to hold our snacks – somehow, cute packaging makes things better, doesn’t it?
So easy and so delicious! You’ve got the snack, now go grab a movie!
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This Cookie Mix is perfect for movie night! Gather up the kids, put in a favorite movie and enjoy this easy snack!
- 4 cups (from an 11.25 oz. box) Cookie Crisp cereal
- 2 cups (about 6 1-oz. packages - from a 12 pack box) mini Oreo's
- 1 bag (8 oz.) Hershey's Cookies 'n' Creme Drops candy
- 2 boxes (4 oz each) Cookie Dough Bites
Add all of the ingredients in a large bowl. Gently mix with a large spoon or clean hands.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 275Total Fat: 13gSaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 148mgFiber: 2gSugar: 27gProtein: 3g
Originally published on July 22, 2014. Updated on April 30, 2021.
This looks like so much fun! I love the idea :).
Looks delicious, Jamie – you guys have the nicest things available in the US 🙂
I do believe I wouldn't be able to stop eating this!
Rina I Thee Cook
My kids and I would go bonkers over this! I will be making this for our next movie night.
Oh, what a great treat for movie night. Blessings, Catherine
Oh my goodness, this looks sooo dangerous! My kiddos would love it for a movie night or my students during a special classroom celebration! Thanks!
Alexis AKA MOM
My kids would love these, heck who am I kidding I would love this too :).
Walking on Sunshine
What a great idea! Love it! Thanks for sharing with Foodie Friends Friday. Sharing on my Walking on Sunshine page now!
Miaaaaaaaaaam !!!! It looks perfect !!!!
Movies are just the ultimate medium for humans to experience stories. They expand our emotional bandwidth – help us feel sensations that we rarely experience in our normal lives.
So easy! I made this for an office birthday party and people raved. Such a simple thing bringing so many smiles (and threats because they couldn't stop eating it). LOL. Thank you!