Trail Mix Recipes for Every-Body!
Trail mix is a great go to snack for anyone on the run. They can vary between sweet, salty, spicy and savory.
Here is a compilation of trail mix recipes for every body (athletic, gluten-free, young, adventurous, diabetic) to enjoy!
Runner’s/Walker’s Trail Mix
1/2 c. each of almonds, pecans, roasted soy nuts, dried cranberries & blueberries
¼ c. pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds
Combine all ingredients and enjoy!
Serving Size: 1/3 cup Per serving: Calories-180, Protein- 5g, Carbs-16g, Fat-11g, Fiber-4g
Gluten-Free Honey Glazed Trail Mix
2 c. each of gluten-free rice chex mix & gluten-free pretzels
1/2c. roasted peanuts
1 c. dehydrated fruit (your choice)
1/2c. raw honey
1/8c. coconut oil
For cooking directions visit Chemistry Cachet
Toddler/Kid Nut-Free Trail Mix
2 c. Rice Chex & Cheerios
3/4c. Pepitas (de-shelled pumpkin seeds)
2Tbsp. Butter, melted
1/2c/ chocolate covered sunflower seeds (or chocolate chips & plain sunflower seeds)
1/2c. dried blueberries
1Tbsp. brown sugar
For the super quick recipe instructions visit The Lean Green Bean
The Adventurer-Mango Curry Trail Mix
1/2c. each of raw cashews, raw almonds & raw pepitas, dried mango (cut into small pieces)
1Tbsp. curry powder
1 1/2tsp. maple syrup
1/2tsp. sea salt
1/4c. dried cherries
Combine all ingredients (except mango & cherries) and toss well. Roast in a 350-degree oven for 15 minutes. Remove from heat and cool. Then add mango & cherries and enjoy!
Recipe courtesy of : Eating Bird Food
Diabetic Friendly Firey Trail Mix
4c. crisp mixed veggie sticks
2c. each of cheerios and chex cereals
1 3/4c. pretzel sticks
1/2c. whole almonds
1tsp. packed brown sugar
1/2tsp. ground ancho or pasilla chile peppercorn powder
1/2tsp. ground cumin
1/4tsp. cayenne pepper
Olive oil nonstick cooking spray
Learn the recipe and nutritional information here.
We would love to hear what you think of these recipes. We hope you enjoy making and tasting them!