Banana Split Trail Mix
Bananas, Coconut Oil, Refined Cane Sugar, Banana Flavor, Cashews, Vanilla, Almonds (Pasteurized), Corn Syrup, Food Starch Modified, Gelatin, Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Artificial & Natural Flavor, Artificial Color (Blue 1), Liquid Sugar, Skim Milk, Butter (Cream, Salt), Salt, Mono and Diglycerides, Soy Lecithin, Strawberry, Citric Acid, Strawberry Flavor, FM Cran WS, Sulfur Dioxide, Organic Sugar, Organic Chocolate Liquor, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Sunflower Lecithin, Organic Vanilla. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
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|Calories from Fat||50|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. Refrigeration is not needed.
Sunseed Trail Mix Treat with Banana & Coconut
Made with real dried banana, coconut, and other delicious ingredients. Trail Mix Treat is a hearty snack and fun foraging treat for hamsters, rats, and mice. Makes for a great foraging snack or flavorful pellet food topper!
- Made with real dried banana & coconut
- No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives
- Makes for a great treat or pellet food topper
- Provides foraging stimulation
Serve a little bit of Trail Mix Treat on top of your pet’s food, in a separate bowl, or offer pieces to your pet by hand. Treats should not exceed 15% of your pet’s daily diet.
Dehydrated Bananas, Steam-Rolled Oats, Flaked Corn, Carob Beans, Dehydrated Coconut, Dehydrated Papaya, Puffed Wheat, Dehydrated Carrots, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Whey, Dried Whey Protein Concentrate, Dried Raspberry, Dried Blackberry, Dried Blueberry, Corn Starch, Dried Yogurt, Lecithin, Vanilla, Banana Flavor.
Crude Protein (min) 4.5%
Crude Fat (min) 14%
Crude Fiber (max) 5%
Moisture (max) 9%
Healthy Banana Split Trail Mix Recipe
Banana Split Trail Mix recipe featuring 7 easy ingredients including dried bananas, strawberries, pineapple, cashews, peanuts, pumpkins seeds and of course chocolate! A travel snack you’ll want for now on.
(Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan)
I’ll be the first to admit this: I really don’t like real banana splits. Just give me the ice cream. But I’m 100% onboard with this Banana Split Trail Mix.
Trail Mix. The perfect snack. Let’s be honest here… there has been a lot of snacking these past weeks. Lots and lots of snacking.
This trail mix is hands down one of my favorite snacks to bring with me while traveling. You know why? Because I put chocolate in it.
I know, total 4-year-old at heart, right? Well, yeah and proud of it.
But since there isn’t going to be much traveling anytime soon and we needed something to snack on that is a healthier alternative to the bag of chips we demolished in one day *sorry not sorry*.
I figured this healthier banana split trail mix could help out some others out there who are also trying their best to snack right.
My point: Life is better with trail mix and trail mix is 100% definitely better when it has chocolate.
Can we dream for a second? One of these days we’ll be able to travel again. When that time comes (and it will come) I would like to mention that this trail mix is actually a fabulous recipe to make for trips.
Especially when I’m traveling, I strongly rely on a little extra sugar to keep me going.
Low-Sugar + Tired = Grumpy Lindsay.
I try to avoid that state at all costs – for my sake and for everyone around me.
Here are healthy things I always try to have on hand when traveling:
- Banana Split Trail Mix. Check. . Check . Check.
What is trail mix? Is it good for you?
This actually surprised me when I got a few questions what trail mix is. Makes sense if it’s not a common thing in other countries. In the states ‘trail mix’ is essentially packable and snackable combination of dried ingredients combined together.
What is in our healthy trail mix?
- Roasted cashews, Roasted peanuts, Pumpkin seeds, Dried banana chips, Dried strawberries, Dried pineapple, Dairy-free chocolate chips (optional)
Another good example of trail mix is our sweet and salty trail mix. So it’s pretty much dried goods combined into a bag that are easy to snack on.
In the states puppy chow is also a really common travel snack that our family made for almost every road trip.