How to Make Tasty Homemade Trail Mix
Trail mix is a type of snack originally eaten by hikers. Typically, it consists of chocolates, dried fruits, and nuts. There are so many trail mix varieties available these days. But are these on-the-go snacks healthy? Well, it's up to you to decide.
I really enjoy eating trail mix since it is packed with different flavors and textures of my favorite snacks. However, I make sure not to consume more than 1/8 cup per snack time - not more than twice daily. It is important to control my intake because it may contain more calories than nutrients. Like we all know, having too much can be deadly. So is it healthy or not? It depends on the person.
Check out how I made my tasty homemade trail mix at home. It's an absolutely satisfying, cheap, and easy snack!
- 100 grams mixed nuts, (consists of cornick, green peas, cracker nuts, peanuts and fava beans)
- 100 grams snack mix, (consists of cornick, green peas, peanuts, chips and curls)
- 50 grams bite size chewy candy
- 43 grams candy coated chocolate with peanut
- 40 grams candy coated chocolate
- 32 grams seaweed flavor peanut crackers
- 32 grams garlic and salt flavored peanut crackers
- 25 grams strawberry flavored gummy candies
- 25 grams strawberry flavored gummy worms
- NOTE: All ingredients are equal to 1 pack.
For Preparing the Ingredients (optional):
- 2 Medium Bowls
- 7 Small Bowls
For Mixing the Ingredients:
- Large Bowl
For Storing the Ingredients:
- Airtight Container
- Mix all the ingredient in a bowl.
- Transfer the trail mix in an airtight container.
- Store in room temperature.
Trail Mix Step-by-Step Procedure
Tips and Techniques
- Store in an airtight container to maintain the quality of the ingredients
- Mix and match any of your favorite snacks.
- Keep the trail mix at room temperature to last longer.
- Combine nuts, seeds and dried fruits to come up with a healthy trail mix.
- Eat moderately as this mix may contain more calories than an ordinary snack.
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