Top Rated Trail Mix Recipes

Trail Mix Cookies
Healthy trail mix cookies from Miraval Resort and Spa’s pastry chef Kim Macy. Featuring whole grains, fantastic healthful oils from the seeds and nuts, vitamins and antioxidants from the fruit, and of course loads of fiber, these cookies can be enjoyed on the hiking trail for a burst of energy or dunked in a glass of cold milk as a yummy treat. Click Here to See More Cookie Recipes
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trail mix
I try to stay away from premade packaged trail mixes because they are often loaded with added sugar, salt, and sometimes even artificial colors and flavors. However, I am always making my own clean nut mix for an easy grab-and-go snack! Mix your favorite raw nuts and seeds with a few dried berries and throw them in a small Ziploc bag. This is a great energy-boosting snack when you need that extra push come 2 p.m.! Just be mindful of the portion size. Although nuts and seeds are super nutritious, they have a high calorie content, so it’s easy to overdo it. Fill each baggie with a handful of the nut mix, store them in the fridge (yes the fridge!) to keep them fresh, and stick to only one baggie per day.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Leah Gottlieb.
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grapes
Grapes, cheese, chocolate, and nuts make for a fresh take on trail mix. Recipe courtesy of Grapes from California.
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4.5

Chef Cat Cora developed these recipes for Pillsbury's new gluten free line was for fans with celiac disease and sentivity. This is a perfect energy-boosting snack for on-the-go cookie fans, this recipe is easy to make and deliciously rewarding.
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PlumSweet Mason Jar Trail Mix
Recipe Courtesy of Dawn Jackson Blatner, RD and SunsweetAfter making this trail mix you will never go back to the store-bought stuff. A generous handful provides your mouth, and taste buds, with a sweet and salty crunch.
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Trail mix is added to these cookies for a mixture of dried fuit, chocolate, nuts, and ginger.  Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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Pumpkin Seed Dried Cherry Trail Mix with Dark Chocolate
Here’s a trail mix for those with a sweet tooth; decadent dark chocolate is sure to give you the energy boost you need for a hard day in the backcountry, while the pumpkin seeds give an energizing crunch. — Will Budiaman
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International Recipes
from NY, USA1 part fancy good quality mixed nuts1 part raisins 1/2 light, 1/2 dark1/2 part M and M brand chocolate covered candies1/4 part dried cranberries1/4 part dried chopped mango or pineapple1/8 part hulled pumpkin or hulled sunflower ...
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International Recipes
from NY, USA1 part fancy good quality mixed nuts1 part raisins 1/2 light, 1/2 dark1/2 part M and M brand chocolate covered candies1/4 part dried cranberries1/4 part dried chopped mango or pineapple1/8 part hulled pumpkin or hulled sunflower ...
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Happy Trails
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Can be prepared in 45 minutes or less.
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Feingold Mom
My kids love to help me make this. Again, this is an awesome lunch box item. If they don't eat this at lunch, they tend to pull it out in the car on the way home - so I don't hear the ongoing whine of "I'm sssstttttaaaaaaarrrrrvvvvvviiinnnnngggg!!!!!" Because peanuts are a high allergen food, I use raw (EFA-rich) almonds and sunflower seeds. Chocolate/carob is not necessary in this recipe. A great substitute is dried cherries, cranberries, or blueberries. Try one of these combos: almond/raisin (simple and tastes like PB&J) almonds/prunes/apricots/sunflower seeds (tastes divine and is a great source of fiber) raw cashews/coconut/dried bananas/raisins and maybe chocolate chips ("Monkey Chow") almonds/sunflower seeds/cherries/bananas (tangy and crunchy)
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