Cookies recipe

Trail Mix Cookies Recipe | Enjoy your meal

  • I have made these cookies over and over again. My family loves it! I use this recipe as a pantry cleaning recipe. This time I used golden raisins, apricots, walnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds and shredded coconut. These are awesome, we eat them as a late night snack or a quick breakfast. They will also keep for a few days in an airtight container.

  • These are so delicious. I used sunflower seeds, pistachios, pecans, hazelnuts, dried figs and 85% chocolate… I replaced half the flour with ww and also sprinkled with sweetened coconut and turbinado on top. Also, I made a double batch and spread it on a silpat lined baking sheet to make squares because I didn’t feel like taking the time to scoop. Sohla you never disappoint, you are my kind of chef. The wing and enjoy nature.

  • I’ve been looking at this recipe for a while and I’m so glad I finally made it. I was quite skeptical looking at the dough, but it spreads perfectly. I used cashews, dried papaya, pineapple, coconut and dates plus chocolate 🙂 Also capped turbinado sugar plus a bit of honey as I didn’t have no grainy or “traditional” brown.

  • Fantastic recipe! I love how full of oats, nuts, fruit and chocolate it is! I’m really glad the note about it seeming there’s too much add-in was included because I was worried about how bulky the mix would look. Fortunately, the result is perfect and I have already redone this recipe several times. The advice to push it against the side of the bowl to completely cover it with the cookie dough is also very helpful and essential for me.

  • I don’t know what I did wrong here, but I ended up with more of a granola with soft nuts than any kind of cookie. Family loved it, but not what I imagined doing for our camping trip.

  • Perfect. Just perfect. I’ve searched high and low for a while for a cookie recipe like this. Other cookie recipes that incorporate oats add so much butter and so much sugar. This one met all my standards for ingredients and taste, and it definitely tastes like a trail mix with all the typical saltiness of a trail mix. I didn’t add the extra salt to the cookies called for in step 4, and I’m glad I left it out. The cookie dough itself had a good level of salt, and I think if the salt was halved or omitted, the cookie would still be delicious (and healthier).

  • Must eat after cooling for best flavor in my opinion. Make them again with pecans, cashews, cherries, pineapple and mango. Delicious!!

  • Make these as a pantry cleaning recipe for an upcoming move. I’m sure they would look amazing with any combo. I only had 1/2c of dried fruit, so I added 1/4c of shredded coconut. Good choice. Nuts and seeds were sesame, pumpkin, pistachio and slivered almonds. It all went so well with the golden apricots and raisins I had. Seriously, I think it would work with almost any combination you have on hand.

  • WOW!! there are too many! I replaced the butter with coconut butter and used spelled flour and some leftover almond pulp that I had! I used sesame seeds, cashews, almonds, sunflower seeds and pecans. The fruits were raisins and apricots. will make this recipe again and again!

  • These are really tasty, but next time I make them I’ll probably only add 1/2 tsp of salt instead of a whole tsp. They’re delicious and I like that they’re salty like a true trail mix, but I can still tweak it a bit to make it a little less intense. Thanks for another great recipe 🙂

  • These are so good! I made them 3 times in the same week I found the recipe. I like to mix different ingredients. They are really good with a little lemon zest too. Thank you Solha!

  • I have made this recipe several times, it is so good. My partner is gluten free and these work just as well with GF flour.

  • So good and I think it’s a good cookie because it’s full of protein and fruit. I used apricots (which were amazing because they are soft and gooey), mango, golden raisins, 1/2 walnuts, 1/2 cashews, some peanuts. I toasted the oats with my nuts because I thought that was what I asked for. Made it all right, chilled overnight and they turned out great! I took them as an energy snack to protest, but I imagine they’re great for hiking and everything else, including breakfast cookies.

  • SO DELICIOUS! I used a mixture of pistachios, walnuts, pecans, and cashews with a mixture of dried cherries, golden raisins, and dried apricots with dark chocolate chips. They turned out fantastic and were a great way to use up pantry leftovers. I will definitely make them again!

  • Really tasty. I went with a little less chocolate chips. Worked perfectly too.