There's a zillion recipes for trail mix available and it's because it's so easy to make! You literally only need a few minutes to make a huge batch of this healthy snack and the best thing of all is ~ you get to add whatever you want! Not only is trail mix a super quick, easy to make, uber-healthy snack, it's also versatile. You have the freedom to change it up every time. How great is that?

Here's my favorite Healthy Homemade Trail Mix recipe.





ALMONDS - about 1 cup, raw

Almonds boast many health benefits including being an excellent source of both vitamin E and magnesium. They're also loaded with antioxidants. To learn more about the benefits of this popular tree nut, click here.

WALNUTS - about a 1 cup

Walnuts are a fantastic way to get more healthy fats in your diet. They're a good source of the plant form of omega-3's and they help decrease inflammation, while also helping to support a healthy gut.

PISTACHIOS - about 1/2 cup, shelled

Pistachios are a super yummy nut that are high in vitamin B6, protein, fiber, and antioxidants. For more of the many health benefits, click here.

PUMPKIN SEEDS - about 1/2 cup

Pumpkin seeds are small, but are big on being healthy. They're rich in antioxidants, iron, zinc, magnesium and many other nutrients.  

MEDJOOL DATES - about 1/2 cup, pitted and chopped

Medjool dates offer a bit of sweet in your trail mix that comes from natural sugars. They're also high in fiber and many vitamins and minerals. To learn more, click here.




Place all ingredients in a large bowl and mix together.

Store in a glass container in the fridge and it's ready to eat when you want a snack.


Some other options for your Healthy Homemade Trail Mix could be: cashews, sunflower seeds, pine nuts, or dried coconut. Mix it up and try different ingredients to find the combo that you love best!


* You can use raisins, dried blueberries, or dried cranberries instead of dates. Each offer a delicious addition in trail mix.

NOTE ~ Dried fruits offer a good alternative to sugar because of their natural sweetness. 


Looking for other healthy snacks? Try these:

Salt & Pepper Kale Chips

Easy Hummus Recipe

Chocolate Bliss Balls

Roasted Chickpeas


What do you like in your trail mix? Leave a comment below and let me know ~ I'd love to hear from you!

And if you love this Healthy Homemade Trail Mix, I'd greatly appreciate you sharing this post so that others can enjoy this delicious healthy recipe as well. Thank you.


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