Having Fun With Super Healthy & Tasty Trail Mixes

There is nothing boring about a trail mix. In fact if you get the family involved in creating one and leave it out for peckish fingers to nibble at will, you can be sure that your loved ones are getting a healthy energy boost throughout the day. Trail mixes are fabulous for lunch boxes too and to add onto yogurts; cereals; chia porridges and salads.

I’ve been so inspired by the creative mixes that some of the team have been making for themselves from the dried fruits; nuts and other superfoods in the office that I wanted to share some of our favourite creations:


Sian’s Trail Mix for Peckish Fingers:

This is a finer mix that would be great to add yogurt; cereal and salads in particular.

– organic cacao nibs

– organic goji berries

– organic pumpkin seeds

– organic sesame seeds

– organic seedless raisins

Tip – add fewer cacao nibs than the rest or else it can get a little bitter if you are munching all day and also try dried pomegranate pieces instead of the gojis if you find the gojis too sweet.


Robyn’s Delux Trail Mix:

– organic pecan pieces

– organc almonds

– organic macadamia nuts

– organic pears

– organic dried mango pieces

– organic cacoa nibs

– dried blueberries

– organic sunflower Seeds

Tip: Use a pair of kitchen scissors to cut the pears and mango pieces into smaller pieces and you will be amazed by how far they go.


Luisa’s Exotic Mix:

– organic pitted dates

– organic almonds

– organic macadamia nuts

– organic pecan pieces

– organic dried pears

– organic seedless raisins

Tip – The dates make this a sweeter mix and can also be cut up into smaller pieces.


Christian’s Simple Savoury Mix

– dried olives;

– walnuts;

– organic cashew nuts

Tip – Perfect for Sundowners!


Some other great additions to trail mixes:

– dried pomegranates

– organic dried plums

organic desiccated coconuts;

organic dried peaches

organic dried pineapple pieces


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