Fall Pumpkin Puffs Trail Mix

Pumpkin spice and everything nice...for your bb! This fall-inspired trail mix featuring our NEW Pumpkin & Cinnamon Grain Free Puffs is kid-tested and parent-approved! Bring it with you on autumn adventures like hikes through the woods, pack in lunchboxes for daycare or park playdates with the squad, or prep in a mason jar and bring it over to a neighbor as a friendly surprise. 

FALL PUMPKIN PUFFS TRAIL MIX

This recipe is suggested for older toddlers (such as 3 years of age+) due to potential choking hazards. But, you can adjust the ingredients based on what you know your little one can chew and eat safely. 

Ingredients
  • Pumpkin & Cinnamon Grain Free Puffs
  • Hu chocolate gems or shavings from a Hu bar
  • Organic raisins 
  • Organic roasted pumpkin seeds or pepitas, unsalted
  • Organic sunflower kernels, unsalted
  • Organic raw cashews, unsalted
  • Organic almond slivers, unsalted
  • Organic macadamia nuts, unsalted
  • Grain-free granola, any flavor (we love Kitchun and Purely Elizabeth)
  • Optional: Amara Organic Smoothie Melts 
Directions
  1. Add all ingredients to a medium-sized mixing bowl and combine. 
  2. Serve in a toddler-friendly bowl or on-the-go snack container. (Saving some for later? We suggest storing this trail mix in a glass mason jar -- and sharing some with a BFF or neighbor!)
  3. Enjoy & report back how your bb likes it!


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As with any new recipe or flavor introduction to your little one, consult with a healthcare professional. All content within this site is not intended as medical diagnosis or treatment and should not be considered a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional.

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