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A Nutritious Trail Mix With Berries, Dates, Raisins & Celery

Published on August 19, 2020

A Nutritious Mix for the Trail - Vegetarian cuisine

True Trail Mix

Most trail mixes have tons of nuts with a bit of raisins or other dried fruit. While tasty, they can leave you thirsty, still hungry and like you have a lump in your stomach. A nutritious trail mix like this simple recipe provides a mix of dried and fresh ingredients to help you feel light, satiated and energetic.


(Serves 1 – 2)

8 Medjool dates (.4 lb, 180g)

Dried golden mulberries (1 cup, 160 g)

Raisins (1 cup, 166 g)

7 stalks celery (.5 lb, 230 g)


Pit and loosely chop Medjool dates into peanut-sized pieces, mix with mulberries and raisins. Dice celery into ¼ inch bits and mix in well.

This is great in a bag taken on a hike, a movie, while travelling or even in a big water bottle with some water, as well. A little goes a long way and satisfies for a long while. Leaving one stick of celery whole to eat at the end is a good tip for cleaning your teeth. (1,000 calories)

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The Author
Chris Kendall earns his “bananas” flowing as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN), 100 per cent Raw and Transitional Lifestyle Coach, Kendalini Yoga Creator and Raw Food Chef. A 16-year raw vegan, Chris shares the abundance he has found through running retreats, via in-person/online consultation services, sharing/ chefing/teaching yoga at festivals, raw recipe e-books and his free raw recipes app. His budding vision — the TRA Dream, a non-profit 501 c(3) charity — is focused on creating donation-based holistic healing, yoga, permaculture, and educational retreat centres around the world.