Power Trail Mix

 

Seamus Mullen’s Power Trail Mix with Dates and Flax

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Graham’s Guests Discuss Awards Season, and Trail Mix The Graham Norton Show on BBC America

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Snack Quest AG Power Up Trail Mix

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Power Up Mega Omega NonGMO Gluten Free Vegan Trail Mix | Review!

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Healthy Trail Mix Recipes 4 Ways

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How To: Make the Best Trail Mix You Have Ever Had

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4 Healthy Trail Mix Recipes | Easy + Delicious Snack Ideas

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How To Make Homemade Power Balls For MTB Riding | Blake Bakes Trail Snacks

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Snack Quest AG Power Up Trail Mix

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Graham’s Guests Discuss Awards Season, and Trail Mix The Graham Norton Show on BBC America

Video taken from the channel: BBC America


 

Power Up Mega Omega NonGMO Gluten Free Vegan Trail Mix | Review!

Video taken from the channel: Alexandria Nicole


 

Healthy Trail Mix Recipes 4 Ways

Video taken from the channel: Brittany Mullins


 

How To: Make the Best Trail Mix You Have Ever Had

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4 Healthy Trail Mix Recipes | Easy + Delicious Snack Ideas

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Our Mega Omega Trail Mix is a unique and satisfying blend of crunchy walnuts, crispy almonds, sweet cranberries, tangy mango, and nutritious pumpkin seeds. Our Mega Omega trail mix is perfect for on-the-go snacking. You can also top our delicious trail mix on your salad, oatmeal, or yogurt. Make POWER UP a part of your next adventure!

Our High Energy Trail Mix is a unique and satisfying blend of crunchy walnuts, rich cashews, crispy banana chips, sweet cranberries, tangy mango, colorful papaya, and nutritious pumpkin seeds. Project Verified Non-GMO, No Artificial Ingredients, Gluten Free, Vegan, Certified Kosher Our High Energy trail mix is perfect for on-the-go snacking. Power Up Trail Mix The Power Up® Brand evolved out of the ethos of the Gourmet Nut company, which upholds that good health and great taste should always go hand-in-hand and be easily accessible. Try this POWER MIX! Great to snack on, put in your cereal, or pack with you on the trail!

If you are looking for a high energy snack that is loaded with protein and tastes great, then this mix is perfect for you. Antioxidant Trail Mix Our carefully selected blend of pecans, cranberries, walnuts, raisins, blueberries, and dark chocolate create a snack with a taste that is out of this world. Wholesome, simple ingredients make this mix the perfect way to indulge without the guilt!

The original high quality, high energy snack mix line of products! The Western Trail Mix line has been our primary line of product for the last 18 years and it continues to out sell the competition every time. Our strict adherence to the finest of products for our mixes ensures a quality that you can see and taste every time you pick up a bag.

Snacks that lift you up Perfect for after an intense workout or when you’re racing the kids to soccer practice, Power Up Premium Trail Mixes provide real fuel for everyday life. Made using wholesome, simple ingredients, our unique blends provide the nutrition and satisfaction your body craves and elevates flavors your taste buds will love. Shop Costco.com’s selection of trail & snack mix. Our selection includes organic trail mix, individually packaged trail mix & more from top brands.

Some of our healthy trail mix choices include raisins. Raisins are a good source of potassium, falvonoids, resveratrol and fiber. While raisins and cranberries add sweetness to a trail mix, there are times when you crave chocolate. Dark chocolate is included in some of our trail mix selections.

Enjoy a healthy treat that satisfies hunger between meals with this Power-Up Mega Omega Trail Mix. It contains a delicious blend of five nuts, fruits and seeds. Walnuts and almonds provide you with omega-3 heart-healthy fatty acids, while the mango and cranberries give your body a sweet source of antioxidants.

List of related literature:

The trail mix example is a simplified version of a classic covering problem known as the diet problem.

“Optimization Modeling with Spreadsheets” by Kenneth R. Baker
from Optimization Modeling with Spreadsheets
by Kenneth R. Baker
Wiley, 2012

Since then Nature Valley has expanded the line to include Trail Mix, Yogurt, Sweet & Salty Nut, and Roasted Nut Crunch Granola Bars plus Granola Nut Clusters, and has solidified the brand’s natural associations with a thirty-year link to the American Hiking Society.

“Brand Relevance: Making Competitors Irrelevant” by David A. Aaker
from Brand Relevance: Making Competitors Irrelevant
by David A. Aaker
Wiley, 2010

The Trail Mix is By: Nabisco.

“The Animated Marx Brothers” by Matthew Hahn
from The Animated Marx Brothers
by Matthew Hahn
BearManor Media, 2017

Calling it trail mix gives the illusion that it’s nutritious, even though some people work to dig out the chocolate chips!

“Living Gluten-Free For Dummies” by Danna Korn
from Living Gluten-Free For Dummies
by Danna Korn
Wiley, 2011

But if you are hunting for the best trail mix, I suggest looking in a health food store or a specialty food store.

“Camping For Dummies” by Michael Hodgson
from Camping For Dummies
by Michael Hodgson
Wiley, 2011

By the late 1970s several brands of trail mix were on the market in both natural food stores and supermarkets; by the 1980s there were many, as it became a mainstream American snack.

“History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)
by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2012

Consider trail mix; buy the ingredients to make your own for less cost.

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

Clif Mojo and Nectar, Epic, Good Greens, Gnu, Honey Stinger Waffle, Kashi, KIND, Larabar, Optimum, Peak Energy, Perfect 10, PowerBar Nut Naturals, ProBar, Pure, Raw Revolution, Red Square Powerflax, RX, thinkThin, Trail Mix Honey-bar, Zing

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
from Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook
by Nancy Clark
Human Kinetics, 2019

Trail mix.

“Way to Eat: A Six-step Path to Lifelong Weight Control” by Maura Harrigan Gonzalez
from Way to Eat: A Six-step Path to Lifelong Weight Control
by Maura Harrigan Gonzalez
Ebsco Publishing, 2002

Create your own combinations with dips and trail mix.

“Eating Clean For Dummies” by Jonathan Wright, Linda Larsen
from Eating Clean For Dummies
by Jonathan Wright, Linda Larsen
Wiley, 2011

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  • Your recipes look really delicious and healthy as well! Helpful and informative content for anyone who wants to eat healthier! <3 https://www.trailmyx.com/blog/

  • I like the Walmart omega-3 trail mix with nuts and dried cranberries. I am wondering if I can store in my van that sometimes gets up to 95F in the Florida summer sun.. anybody know if that is safe. the bag will rarely last more than a month.

  • I can’t help but feel this is such food elitism when the world is falling apart, the shops are bare and people are losing their jobs and loved ones, but you carry on with your wild dried blueberries ��

  • These all look delicious. BE CAREFUL with the cashews. Cashews are in the toxicodendron family-same as poison oak and poison ivy. If you eat enough, you can give yourself a sore throat and a sensitivity. How do I know? I did it! It takes about two pounds a week for a while.

  • How sad I can not get the salted peanuts that do not have WHEAT flour added.:( Ah well I can get monkey nuts and make my own.:)
    It sucks when you have food allergies or intolerance’s.

  • As others have mentioned, this will be better for me after this mess passes and things get back to “normal” New or not. Thanks dear!!

  • With all of us with limited items, I would love for you to do a video on how to make something yummy with foods that you buy during a quarantine. Beans and more beans, pasta, eggs, chicken, ground beef??

  • So what is Trail Mix? I can see what’s in it and kind of work it out but in the UK we don’t really have it. I’ve heard it once or twice but that’s it. So what is it? Why is it called Trail Mix?:D

  • I love trail mix. I like to make different types, but recently my favourite mix has been: hazlenuts, walnuts, almonds, brazil nuts, coconut flakes, dried apricots, dried banana and apple, and sultanas. I don’t really bother with ratios, although the sweet is far less than the rest of the ingredients, and I never use salted nuts cos of my hypertension. I make enough to last me a week at best. Usually as a snack, or if I’m out walking, I’ll also munch on a pink lady apple. Loved your video. I will definitely try your recipe.

  • “going to the toilet is a dream when u eat figs”. that’s the message i took out of this. i cant wait to get my hands on some figs and head straight to the crapper for some spray painting.

  • How sad I can not get the salted peanuts that do not have WHEAT flour added.:( Ah well I can get monkey nuts and make my own.:)
    It sucks when you have food allergies or intolerance’s.

  • Sounds Tasty!
    I recently made my own trail mix. I used: almonds, peanuts, cashews, raisins, chocolate covered skinny oreos, chocolate chips, M & M’s, pretzels, and chex mix! Very tasty, will try out your recipe! Great Video!!

  • I’m making my first ever trail mix (Im nut free)

    smarties(UK),
    pretzels,
    marshmallows,
    chocolate covered marshmallows,
    pretzel sticks
    and chocolate to drizzle on top

  • It might be nice to discuss the length of ride the food is meant for in the next Blake Bakes. I’ve been steering away from fat, protein, and excess fiber on rides shorter than 3 hours in favor of just carbs from fig bars, but I would be happy to hear some other informed opinions for strenuous riding.

  • Hi Lovelies, this video was shot weeks ago before social distancing began in North America. I debated whether or not to post it but I thought it could be helpful for people who were struggling to find snacks for themselves and their kids and are looking for some creative inspiration. I’ve also been asked a lot for non-perishable food ideas that can be made in big batches so this seemed like a good fit. The great part about trail mix is how versatile it is; you can mix and match ingredients, depending on what you have on hand and really make it your own.

    That said, you can be sure that I am taking this pandemic very seriously. My husband and I have been working remotely and practicing social distancing with our daughter for nearly 3 weeks now and will continue to do so until the crisis is behind us. Of course, our videographer/editor has been editing from home over the last few weeks so we haven’t been able to shoot any new videos that address the current situation. But I’m working on teaching myself how to shoot this week so I can post videos that will be more helpful and relevant in these trying times.

    Please know that I’m doing everything I can to continue to provide useful and inspiring content for this community.

    Sincerely,
    Sara Lynn

  • I’m making my first ever trail mix (Im nut free)

    smarties(UK),
    pretzels,
    marshmallows,
    chocolate covered marshmallows,
    pretzel sticks
    and chocolate to drizzle on top

  • They all look yummy, but my current problem is that I can’t find these ingredients at stores lol People bought them all before me!

  • Wow these arw some good recipies but unfortunately I’m allergic to nuts so I can’t eat them. So I’m hally you answered me but I cant eat them but I love all the other recipes on your channel.

  • I’m on a weight loss journey as well. I’ve been eat a lot of salad with tuna on top of it, drinking a lot of water plus exercising. And the only thing I eat for breakfast is special K cereal with a silk fast drink. And for dinner I’ll eat small portions of food then I’ll start working out after I ate. I’m tryna get this summer body right lol Thanks for sharing this video with us ��

  • Hey girl new subbie here showing our love and support great video I’m also looking to try and loose about 10 pounds great idea’s hopefully we can support each other stay blessed:)

  • This guy Redmayne gives me the creeps, the guy is obviously an emotional wreck. Kendrick always seems like she’s three sheets to the wind and the goofball Norton laughs at every little comment like a dork. It was nice to learn a little more about trail mix though, real fascinating.

  • Gotta admit, I agree that Anna seemed like she was ignored or swept to the side a bit, which is weird because she is usually so wonderful in interviews!

  • I felt sorry for Anna throughout this interview, she was virtually ignored for 90% of it in favour of Graham gushing over the male guests. Anna is the funniest interviewee and I was really looking forward to her appearance.

  • So what is Trail Mix? I can see what’s in it and kind of work it out but in the UK we don’t really have it. I’ve heard it once or twice but that’s it. So what is it? Why is it called Trail Mix?:D

  • Another great group of ideas. Can’t tell which is my favourite, but I might have to lean toward the Asian inspired on, with the PB&J one a close second.

  • With all respect to Neil,Marc,Doddy,Scott and Martyn,but Blake is my favourite presenter.He is so funny but in the same time delivers the message!

  • Gotta admit, I agree that Anna seemed like she was ignored or swept to the side a bit, which is weird because she is usually so wonderful in interviews!

  • Just made these. The one tip I can give is if you put in too much almond butter just add some more oats to absorb some of the moisture. I went one tbsp too many on the stuff.

  • I would try a meat grinder instead of blender to crush and mix the stuff. Less items to wash, it packs the mix nicely, and overall seems to be a better tool for the job.

  • I put all of that plus dried pineapple chunks, chilly powder, hot Cheetos, corn nuts, beef jerky, dried shrimps, and fried grasshoppers on mine! I have lost 20 in 1 month!!! I mean 20 friends not pounds!! Lol!!

  • I tried that product, I found it good taste, but I started to feel something strange in my head. I stopped taking it for a few days and I no longer felt anything. Again I started to eat it and once again I started to feel that weird thing in my head. I definitely quit.

  • This guy makes his life difficult. Get a multi-function Electric Food Chopper Mixer Blender Cutter Slicer Mincer, whatever you call it and you will not need strangle with the ingredients’ mixing.

  • I’ve now expanded these to also include dessicated coconut, maple syrup, vanilla and puffed quinoa. I’m sure I’ll add more random things next time, but those 4 will be going in as much as possible!

  • Good stuff. I chow about 1/4 of this everyday. Careful the sugar levels via the mango/cranberry. Try almonds with sea salt. It’s a banger.

  • Your recipes look really delicious and healthy as well! Helpful and informative content for anyone who wants to eat healthier! <3 https://www.trailmyx.com/blog/

  • They all look yummy, but my current problem is that I can’t find these ingredients at stores lol People bought them all before me!

  • Hey GMBN! Can you make a video how to balance your bike upright without anybody on the bike? For Instance, I’m on a ride & I want my bike to balance without setting it on a tree or a rock. Can you somehow use a stick to hold it up? Thanks!!

  • Another great group of ideas. Can’t tell which is my favourite, but I might have to lean toward the Asian inspired on, with the PB&J one a close second.

  • As others have mentioned, this will be better for me after this mess passes and things get back to “normal” New or not. Thanks dear!!

  • With all of us with limited items, I would love for you to do a video on how to make something yummy with foods that you buy during a quarantine. Beans and more beans, pasta, eggs, chicken, ground beef??

  • Hi Lovelies, this video was shot weeks ago before social distancing began in North America. I debated whether or not to post it but I thought it could be helpful for people who were struggling to find snacks for themselves and their kids and are looking for some creative inspiration. I’ve also been asked a lot for non-perishable food ideas that can be made in big batches so this seemed like a good fit. The great part about trail mix is how versatile it is; you can mix and match ingredients, depending on what you have on hand and really make it your own.

    That said, you can be sure that I am taking this pandemic very seriously. My husband and I have been working remotely and practicing social distancing with our daughter for nearly 3 weeks now and will continue to do so until the crisis is behind us. Of course, our videographer/editor has been editing from home over the last few weeks so we haven’t been able to shoot any new videos that address the current situation. But I’m working on teaching myself how to shoot this week so I can post videos that will be more helpful and relevant in these trying times.

    Please know that I’m doing everything I can to continue to provide useful and inspiring content for this community.

    Sincerely,
    Sara Lynn

  • I can’t help but feel this is such food elitism when the world is falling apart, the shops are bare and people are losing their jobs and loved ones, but you carry on with your wild dried blueberries ��

  • just made them for tomorrows ride:) sort of, I adapted to what was in the house, Dates instead of Figs, Peanut Butter instead of Almond butter

  • These all look delicious. BE CAREFUL with the cashews. Cashews are in the toxicodendron family-same as poison oak and poison ivy. If you eat enough, you can give yourself a sore throat and a sensitivity. How do I know? I did it! It takes about two pounds a week for a while.

  • Sounds Tasty!
    I recently made my own trail mix. I used: almonds, peanuts, cashews, raisins, chocolate covered skinny oreos, chocolate chips, M & M’s, pretzels, and chex mix! Very tasty, will try out your recipe! Great Video!!

  • Hey girl new subbie here showing our love and support great video I’m also looking to try and loose about 10 pounds great idea’s hopefully we can support each other stay blessed:)

  • I put all of that plus dried pineapple chunks, chilly powder, hot Cheetos, corn nuts, beef jerky, dried shrimps, and fried grasshoppers on mine! I have lost 20 in 1 month!!! I mean 20 friends not pounds!! Lol!!

  • I love trail mix. I like to make different types, but recently my favourite mix has been: hazlenuts, walnuts, almonds, brazil nuts, coconut flakes, dried apricots, dried banana and apple, and sultanas. I don’t really bother with ratios, although the sweet is far less than the rest of the ingredients, and I never use salted nuts cos of my hypertension. I make enough to last me a week at best. Usually as a snack, or if I’m out walking, I’ll also munch on a pink lady apple. Loved your video. I will definitely try your recipe.

  • Good stuff. I chow about 1/4 of this everyday. Careful the sugar levels via the mango/cranberry. Try almonds with sea salt. It’s a banger.

  • Wow these arw some good recipies but unfortunately I’m allergic to nuts so I can’t eat them. So I’m hally you answered me but I cant eat them but I love all the other recipes on your channel.

  • I tried that product, I found it good taste, but I started to feel something strange in my head. I stopped taking it for a few days and I no longer felt anything. Again I started to eat it and once again I started to feel that weird thing in my head. I definitely quit.

  • I’m on a weight loss journey as well. I’ve been eat a lot of salad with tuna on top of it, drinking a lot of water plus exercising. And the only thing I eat for breakfast is special K cereal with a silk fast drink. And for dinner I’ll eat small portions of food then I’ll start working out after I ate. I’m tryna get this summer body right lol Thanks for sharing this video with us ��

  • I like the Walmart omega-3 trail mix with nuts and dried cranberries. I am wondering if I can store in my van that sometimes gets up to 95F in the Florida summer sun.. anybody know if that is safe. the bag will rarely last more than a month.

  • This guy Redmayne gives me the creeps, the guy is obviously an emotional wreck. Kendrick always seems like she’s three sheets to the wind and the goofball Norton laughs at every little comment like a dork. It was nice to learn a little more about trail mix though, real fascinating.

  • @The Community I’m looking to build myself a nice 4x missile but I don’t want to spend 3x the money I spend on a Frame, in a Fork from Fox Racing (21A Float). Do you have any suggestion? Travel between 80 and 120mm, should be light <2000g (lighter is always prefered) and can cost up to 350 400 maybe more if it's really worth it just not 939euro for the Fox Racing (except if it's really the only Fork that is worth it for Racing)

  • I felt sorry for Anna throughout this interview, she was virtually ignored for 90% of it in favour of Graham gushing over the male guests. Anna is the funniest interviewee and I was really looking forward to her appearance.