- Gently combine the ingredients together in a bowl and enjoy. Feel free to double or triple the servings. If you’re planning to store this trail mix for later, then make sure to keep it sealed in an air-tight container.
Most trail mixes use nuts and seeds as the ingredients, so it’s tough to find ready-made AIP (Paleo autoimmune protocol) trail mix. But luckily, you can easily create your own AIP trail mix recipe with all your favorite ingredients.
I went for a tropical flavor with this AIP trail mix recipe – mango slices and coconut flakes and freeze-dried berries give a slight crunch, sweetness, and slight chewy texture to this trail mix.
Feel free to experiment with your own flavors if you have trouble getting these specific ingredients.
Below are photos of the front and back of the packet so you can see the nutritional data as well as what the dried mango pieces looks like. The pieces of mango are rather large so use a knife to carefully chop it up to around the same size as the coconut flakes and raspberries.
Go for the large coconut flakes as they’re crunchier and easier to pick up with your hands instead of the shredded coconut.
For some red color, I added in some freeze-dried raspberries to the AIP trail mix. You can buy them online here or in health stores.
Carefully mix the ingredients together in a bowl and enjoy. If you’re storing this to eat or finish later, then make sure to keep it in an airtight container as the coconut pieces and freeze-dried raspberries lose their crunch if they’ve been sitting out too long (the moisture in the air softens them).