Trail Mix by Travis

Trail Mix by Travis

We get back from Colorado just in time for the second mosquito pesticide aerial application. Travis is no sure still awake and will jump out of bed the moment he hears the crop duster fly overhead. David is following Twitter for updates from the spraying firm; Travis is no doubt still awake and will jump out of bed the moment he hears the crop duster fly overhead. I’m not sure if it’ll be that clear.

We reverse engineered this recipe, replacing the Craisins (dried cranberries) with dried cherries, similar to a prior trail mix version. Perhaps we could call this trail mix Traisins in honor of Travis.

Ingredients:

Trail Mix by Travis

1. Peanuts, unsalted and roasted

2. Cashews that haven’t been salted

3. Almonds, unsalted and roasted

4. Chocolate morsels (semi-sweet) (we used Toll house)

5. cherries that have been dried (or Craisins or another dried fruit)

Combine equal parts of each ingredient in a mixing bowl and serve. Additional ingredients, such as banana chips or dried blueberries, can be used.

Almonds are a good source of protein from vegetables. Vegetarians and persons who are unable to consume meat or dairy products due to medical reasons can replace their protein levels by eating the fruits of this plant.
Almonds are employed as a tonic in traditional medicine.
Antioxidants are abundant in almonds. Almond intake in diet inhibits cells from prematurely aging, protects them from free radical damage, and reduces the incidence of benign and malignant malignancies.
The components in the almond’s constitution aid in the removal of sand from the renal tissue.