15 Healthy, Delicious Homemade Snacks for Hiking

Tasty enough for food bloggers, but portable enough for the trail: These homemade hiking snacks will quickly replace any pre-packaged bars from the store.
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Chocolate Protein Rice Crispy Treats

These sweet treats from Running to the Kitchen remind us of childhood! They also pack a punch of protein while forgoing refined sugars. Make this recipe.

Cinnamon Bun Protein Bites

If only we could pack in ooey-gooey cinnamon rolls to basecamp! Until then, check out this healthier alternative from Cotter Crunch. Make this recipe.

No Bake Peanut Butter Protein Bars

With five ingredients and zero time in the oven, these peanut butter bars from Blonde Ponytail are an easy snack to grab for a day on the trails. Make this recipe.

Espresso and Mocha Protein Balls

Do you ever wish you had a warm cup o’ joe while hiking? These portable protein balls from A Whisk and Two Wands are like coffee in a snack! Make this recipe.

Nutty Quinoa Fuel Bars

Are you wild about nuts? Whip a batch of these Sprint 2 The Table nut butter-and-quinoa filled bars to keep you satiated. Make this recipe.

Fruit & Nut Bars

Katie from Gettin' My Health On describes this recipe as “ridiculously basic” and she’s right. With a mere four ingredients and a splash of water, anyone can figure out this easy trail snack. Make this recipe.

Double Chocolate Granola

Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate. Did we mention chocolate? Try this sweet spin on the classic granola pioneered by The Lean Green Bean. Make this recipe.

No Bake Oatmeal Nut Butter Balls

These bite-sized peanut butter snacks from PB Fingers are chock-full of good fats. Pro tip: freeze the balls before heading out on the trail for a deliciously chilly energy bite. Make this recipe.

Mango Lassi Bars

Inspired by the popular Larabars, Last Adventurer's mango bars are the perfect treat for those of you with a sweet tooth. Make this recipe.

White Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Bars

Jen Chooses Joy combines peanut butter, chocolate and sugar to make an indulgently sweet bar. Tip: Jen suggests breaking one up in your breakfast oatmeal. Make this recipe.

Coconut Almond Granola

If granola is your kryptonite, then Ex-Sloth's coconut almond version will be the death of you. Make this recipe.

Cherry Power Cookies

If you are enjoying nature, you should eat like a bird! This Running to the Kitchen recipe draws from the bits found in bird food ���nuts and seeds—with an added bonus of cherries and cacao. Make this recipe.

Peanut Butter & Jelly Bites

He and She Eat Clean offers a modern take on the classic snack that's perfect for the traditionalists among us. Make this recipe.

Pecan Nut Biscuit Bars

Pecan pie fans, rejoice! Thanks to Neil's Healthy Meals, you can now whip up bars in your kitchen to recreate your favorite dessert. Tip: Neil suggests dunking a bar in your morning coffee. Make this recipe.

Nut Free Banana Chocolate Date Bars

Banana chips make for a great trail snack but they can get monotonous. But Chelsea's Healthy Kitchen adds chocolate and dates to create a winning combination. Make this recipe.

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