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Kenneth Gurney
(Drunkenblade) - F
Trail Mix... on 03/16/2005 11:40:47 MST Print View

Common Trail Mix... peanuts, almonds, raisens, m&ms...
What is the average Calories per cup?

I can't seem to find it any where...
Thanks
Ken
http://bpmaniacs.com/phpbb2/

Marla Sharp
(khiori@hotmail.com) - F
Re: Trail Mix on 03/16/2005 17:59:53 MST Print View

Northwest Delights Olympia Trail Mix (which has peanuts, raisins, almonds, and M&M style candy) comes in an 11 oz. bag (1/4 c. being a serving, so roughly 10 servings in bag total) lists their mix as having 140 calories per serving. Any help for your question?

Kenneth Gurney
(Drunkenblade) - F
Nutrition Facts... on 03/16/2005 18:35:54 MST Print View

I'm a LAMO... I buy bulk and never thought to actually read the label on the Bulk Bin... Duh;)
Hit the trail mix(mostly nuts/seeds)1/4 cup 150cal
mountain trail(one I posted)1/2 cup 190cal
Now I just need to figure my calorie count per day?

Thanks
Ken
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Zack Karas
(iwillchopyou@hotmail.com) - MLife

Locale: Lake Tahoe
more trail mix on 03/16/2005 19:57:54 MST Print View

I also make my own trail mix and it has a ton of calories and taste. Here is the mix:
1 part peanuts, raisins
0.5 part craisins, m&ms, chocolate chips, almonds
If my memory serves me, a pound of it (3 cups maybe) has at least 2800 calories. It isn't the best in the heat w/ all the chocolate, but the morning after it has melted it becomes nugget clusters.

David Neumann
(idahomtman) - M

Locale: Northern Idaho
Gorp on 03/17/2005 10:10:02 MST Print View

There are lots of interesting trail mix combinations in "The Great Gorp Contest" which is still available at: http://www.backpacker.com/article/0,2646,2046,00.html.

dan kutcher
(danscapes49) - F
craisins on 03/17/2005 11:40:00 MST Print View

I tried a product called Craisins on one of my longer hikes. They are cranberries sweetened with orange juice (I believe, memory fails me), and dried like raisins. Very sweet and tangy. I used them with yogurt glazed raisins, M&M's (peanut), banana chips, and yogurt glazed pretzels. My son and I really liked it!


(Anonymous)
calories on 03/17/2005 12:17:46 MST Print View

I have been using this tool for several years developed by the Univ. of Illinois to determine my food quantities and nutrition for trips:
http://nat.crgq.com/mainnat.html
Once you get the hang of it, it really does a great job.
Oatman