Snack happy with these flavorful 10 healthy trail mix recipes! They’re easy to whip up and perfect for on-the-go snacking.
Happy VALENTINE’S DAY!! Whether your coupled up or single I hope your day is filled with lots of love.
Today is also my birthday and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with a load of healthy trail mix recipes. If you’ve been following along all week you’ve seen quite a few of these, but I’ve added a few extras for you too! As you’ll see from this round-up, trail mix is such an easy snack to make at home. You only need a few ingredients — your favorite nuts, seeds, dried fruit and seasonings.
A few reasons you need to try making your own trail mix at home:
Here are a few I think you might enjoy! 🙂
Tropical Trail Mix – the perfect salty/sweet combo snack! Great for a summertime snack or in the dead of winter when you’re wishing you were on a tropical island…
Pizza Trail Mix – I was so excited when I made up this recipe. It seriously tastes like pizza in snack form! I love bringing this on road trips for a satisfying snack. Almonds, cashews and walnuts are the perfect nuts.
Mango Curry Trail Mix – this combination keeps me coming back for more. I’m a sucker for anything with mango so this is an automatic favorite! Almonds and cashews add a nice texture, and curry powder, maple syrup and salt create flavor.
Chunky Monkey Trail Mix – few combinations are better than chocolate, peanut butter, banana and nuts. #amiright?! This trail mix is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Cajun Trail Mix – Another savory trail mix that will have you licking your fingers (in a good way!). Add raisins for sweetness or skip for a low-carb snack! It a great combination of peanuts, walnuts, sunflower seeds, almonds and olive oil with a gentle amount of spice. Rather than sugar, I add maple syrup for sweetness.
Roasted Chickpea Trail Mix – ooooh roasted chickpeas, I love you. These roasted chickpeas are flavored with pumpkin spice so basically this snack could not be more perfect for fall. The nuts add a great crunchy texture.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Trail Mix – bringing one of my favorite childhood meals into a trail mix! You could take definitely make this combination your own by customizing the berries and nuts you include. I use one cup of roasted and salted peanuts. It’s great as a snack and tastes like a crunchy peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Pumpkin Spice Trail Mix – “pumpkin spice and everything nice”. I love all things pumpkin and this trail mix is no exception! I love all of the different textures in this trail mix from the oats, pumpkin seeds, nuts and berries!
Superfood Valentine’s Day Trail Mix – besides this snack being perfect for Valentine’s or Galentine’s Day, it’s the perfect heart healthy snack! It’s a mixture of cashews, almonds, dark chocolate, dried cranberries, mulberries and goji berries and has the right amount of crunch.
Naked Raw Trail Mix – This trail mix is the easiest to throw together and can be customized to your liking! Don’t like pumpkin seeds? Swap them for something else! Want a different berry? Have at it.
If you make any of these 10 healthy trail mix recipes be sure to leave a comment and star rating below letting us know how it turned out. Your feedback is so helpful for the EBF team and our readers!
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