Snackpacking

Summer is the perfect time to stuff your bag with water and portable snacks to keep you fueled while you hike, bike, and boat to expand your horizons and stretch your body’s abilities. Finding snacks that are full of fiber and protein and low on added sugar can be a challenge, so we’ve gathered a few of our favorites for nutritiously fueling your most active adventures.

Oat and Dried Fruit Bars

Oat and Dried Fruit Bars

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. Make these with any unsweetened or juice-sweetened dried fruit you have on hand.

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Quinoa Granola

Quinoa Granola

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Crunchy, slightly sweet, satisfying and delicious, this is a granola recipe you'll want to use all year round.

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Chocolate Date Snack Bars

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Homemade energy bars are cost-effective and give you complete ingredient control...and these ones are like eating brownies.

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Oatmeal Peanut Butter Bumps

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Bumps

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Peanut butter, chocolate, and oats are a flavor power team, and paired with dates, they're even better.

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. Yes, you can buy pumpkin in the summer, and for these delicious cookies, you should.

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