holisticrendezvous

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Make your own trail mix

FullSizeRender-9Making your own trail mix is a great way to reduce waste from containers and is also much healthier and cheaper! Thus, sustainable for your pockets and the environment.

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One of the best things about making your own trail mix is that you are able to have complete control over the ingredients. Some trail mixes have fruits that are laden with sugar, chocolates with questionable ingredients, and other unnecessary ingredients.

hemp seeds

This recipe uses all healthy ingredients that are hand picked to give you a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and array of healthy fats. Having a wide variety of healthy fats in your diet from multiple sources is very important, just as eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables is important for diversifying your vitamin and mineral consumption.

To further reducing your waste, you can purchase your ingredients in bulk and use your own reusable bags/ containers to purchase these.

pumpkin seeds

Ingredients:

Directions:

  • Simply combine all ingredients together and mix!
  • Get creative with this and add in your favorite nuts, seeds, dried fruits, etc!

flax seedsLet us know your favorite trail mix ingredients! Do you like to make your own trail mixes at home? Tag us on Facebook and/or instagram and hashtag #holisticrendezvous so we can see your renditions! Peace and love, HR

 

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