Antioxidant Trail Mix Recipe
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!
- 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
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
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.
Very impressive at the same time, i’m going to be making – was stupendous! Thanks so much.
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?
Hi Susan, you may soak them! I recommend checking your local health food store for unpasteurized pecans.
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
Um, the nuts don’t need to be soaked or sprouted first?
Coconut would taste great too! Yes?
If you can’t have pecans, what can you substitute.
You can leave them out or add in another nut that you do tolerate
Walnuts are the healthiest and most anti cancer. Search walnuts and Dr. Greger, nutritionfacts.org.
This looks awesome, I can’t wait to try it. . Thanks Dr Axe