Antioxidant Trail Mix Recipe - Dr. Axe

Antioxidant Trail Mix Recipe

Antioxidant trail mix - Dr. Axe

This antioxidant trail mix is full of healthy fats! This recipe is perfectly balanced with a little bit of sweet to satisfy your sweet tooth and a lot of crunch! It’s great to bring with when you’re on the go, try it today!

Total Time

2 minutes



Meal Type



  • 1 cup pecans
  • 1 cup almonds
  • ½ cup raisins
  • ½ cup dark chocolate chips (unsweetened)
  • 1 cup dried apple slices
  • sea salt, sprinkled
  • cinnamon, sprinkled


  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl.

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  1. Linda on

    I have fibroids in my breast, so I can’t have chocolate, but I have a great source of unsweetened carob chips from Azure Standard that are scrumptious. They deliver great organic foods all over once a month. Do you think that soaked almonds would stay fresh enough to put in a trail mix? I love them, but I always keep mine in the refrigerator. Also, Made in Nature’s dried cranberries might be great raisins in this mix. It looks like a fantastic recipe as are many of your recipes that I love to use.

  2. Susan Kozoman on

    Repeat question! Do the nuts need to be (or is it okay to) soaked? I find I like almonds better when they have been soaked overnight. Do you have a source for unpasteurized pecans?

  3. Michaela on

    I’m very curious to see and try your recipies!
    Wonderful, that it’s also possible to get a boek with pictures and everything to get healthier.
    Greetings from Amsterdam


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