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1 tablespoon maple syrup; 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon; 1/2 teaspoon vanilla; Pinch of sea salt; 1/4 cup (40g) dried berries; Directions. Preheat oven to 350°F (177°C). Combine almonds, cashews, pistachios and coconut flakes in a mixing bowl with maple syrup, cinnamon.

Combine almonds, cashews, pistachios and coconut flakes in a mixing bowl with maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla and sea salt. Toss to combine. Spread nut mixture on to a baking sheet, place in pre-heated oven and toast for about 10-12 minutes. Remove from oven and allow nuts to cool.

Toss with dried berries and enjoy. Eating Bird Food’s maple-cinnamon trail mix contains only 6 grams of sugar per serving, making it a great choice for breakfast. More information Power-Packed Maple Cinnamon Trail Mix, 174cal, 13g total fat, 17mg sodium, 14g carbohydrate, 6g sugar, 5g protein. Preheat oven to 350˚F (180˚C). In a bowl, add the pumpkin seeds, walnuts, almonds, cinnamon, maple syrup, and salt, and stir to combine.

Transfer to a parchment paper-lined baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes. Let cool completely, then toss with cranberries. Fall Trail Mix Recipe with Protein Featured on Food faith Fitness ® Heart Healthy Trail Mix Featured on Meals with Maggie.

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Homemade trail mix – its a tasty and nutritious treat when you’re on the go. For me, its for birdwatching, viewing wild animals, or hiking through the Zululand bushveld. But whether u are on a road trip, hiking in the mountains, or just doing a Mall walk, its great to have in your bag to munch on when you need something to eat and are. Preheat oven to 300°. Melt butter in sauce pan.

Whisk Fuller’s Sugarhouse pure maple syrup, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice into melted butter. Toss Rice chex, Corn chex, and pretzels in large mixing bowl. This mix is also super easy to make and way easier to eat. You simply toss pretzels and cereal pieces (I used Cinnamon Chex) with melted butter and cinnamon sugar. Then you bake the mix for about 18 minutes, stirring after 10.

Let it cool then add the almonds and M&Ms and you have a mix everyone will love. This Cinnamon Sugar Snack Mix is kind of a like a churro. Only better. Stir the maple syrup, vanilla extract, and cinnamon together in a small saucepan over medium heat until it begins to simmer.

Meanwhile, combine the rolled oats, pecans, almonds, raisins, cranberries, and sunflower seeds in a large mixing bowl. Pour the hot maple syrup over top, and stir until evenly mixed. Power-Packed Maple Cinnamon Trail Mix. by Eating Bird Food January 19, 2017.

4.09/5 (11) Store-bought trail mix can be high in added sugar, but Eating Bird Food’s maple-cinnamon trail mix contains only 6 grams of sugar per serving, making it a great choice for breakfast. What’s mor.

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I further vary the flavors by adding different mix-ins, such as diced apricots, dried blueberries, slivered almonds, chia, ground flax, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, maple syrup, or vanilla extract.

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  • Hi Gordon, love your recipe. It seems you missed to tell the temperature of the oven. I’m guess 180 degrees C? Please confirm, I don’t want my granolas to burn��

  • Hi jordan i know that sockie norris from the norris nuts likes you so much and here very own goal is to meet you please help her��

  • Please just make sure that you finish eating these snacks before you get on the plane. Please do not eat any nuts on the plane because many people have serious allergies that can result in death. Thanks!

  • this isn’t healthy unless you replace the honey with a mashed banana. then dehydrate all of it. also, no oil. oil causes heart disease.

  • Have you guys tried Aldi Brand of Trail mix??? There Trail mix is awesome so can request that you try there Trail Mix and then I blind taste verses the one your doing now and the one at Walmart Trail mix…

  • Have made similar one baked together with raisins and orange peel before I saw this video.
    Would love to learn the reason as to why the dried fruits & berries are not mixed and baked together with the oat and nuts mix.

  • Great Opening Joke!! I have been there so many times with airport protein trail mix. I have a few trips planned this year and will definitely make them for my next trip!!

    Thanks again brotha for all the great content and jokes!!

  • My granola recipe is literally granola, honey, 10 drops of water, and 1 tsp of sugar mixed in the bowl and cooked on the stovetop.You can add nuts and seeds and dried cranberries.Put it on Chobani Vanilla Greek Yogurt.thank me later.

  • Not big on trail mixes..mostly just because it’s beyond my budget..but for $3.50-granted it’s a smaller bag-but I think I’m going to try the apple cinnamon one-I already love craisns so the cranberries in the mix are a definite plus. This isn’t for a review but since Kevin likes apple things-I was just st Meijer and their bakery has a package of soft Apple Pie cookies-10ct for $3.49. It’s the store brand bakery product like their Southern Biscuits and cake doughnuts. They are very soft-the apple taste is nice-not strong but there are small (very small)apple pieces in it. They also had a larger container with more cookies for $5.99 but I went with the smaller one-kind of wishing I had bought the big one now.

  • It’s not really a recipe though because you didn’t let us know any of the mf quantities of ingredients. Not even the temperature of the oven, just “25 minutes”

  • Wish you could add in the pricing difference. How much did the trail mix cost and the ounces vs the price of your ingredients and the ounces you got out of it.

  • I think there was also a mustard trail mix and maybe one more I didn’t see in store but on there website. Anyways good review, which trail mixes do you like better target’s brand or Walmart’s?

  • Ignorant ppl cooking honey smh. Nothing this clown cooks is good it’s just junk food. I ate at his restaurant in LA, total garbage. Couldn’t even eat it

  • THe Apple sounds great and the maple…how do they compare to Walmart’s Apple and maple. I brought the. Walmart brand. Just wondering what which one you liked best.
    Thanks for review

  • Awesome job, Abby, as usual!! Love these ideas and would like to make the Pistachio Protein Oat Bites today can you please provide a link to the recipe? Thanks!!