We want YOU to PLAY with your food! No seriously...we're excited to bring you a new series of blog posts with quick and easy recipes using some of our best products. We'll be going through our huge selection of products and picking out the best stuff for you to add some variety to what you're ordering from The Feed. For our first installment we've teamed up with All Good Provisions and The Spice Girl to bring you a delicious treat, and trust us, it's awesome!
Chocolate Chip Quinoa Trail Mix Clusters Recipe | Spice Girl
Allgood Provisions, is a small snack foods company from Park City, Utah run by passionate foodies and athletes just like us. Allgood Provisions has gone our of their way to source ingredients from the best farms. The result is a product line that is USDA certified Organic and non-GMO verified. With every sale of these products, Allgood Provisions also donates a portion of the sale to the preservation and restoration of the natural environment. We love that Allgood is doing everything they can to help the community and the environment. In turn, they make our lives easier by high quality product that is trustworthy, healthy, and actually real food.
Chocolate Chip Quinoa Trail Mix Clusters. Makes 1 dozen bite sized treats:
- 1 c old fashioned oats, dry
- 1/4 c quinoa, dry + 3/4 c water
- 1 1/2 c Allgood organic Trail Mix
- 1/2 c dark chocolate chips
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 1 tbsp peanut butter
- 1/3 c honey
- Cook quinoa as directed, and set aside in a large mixing bowl.
- Mix dry, old fashioned oats with Allgood organic Trail Mix in a separate bowl.
- Meanwhile, bring honey to a light simmer on the stove. Do not burn.
- Remove from heat, stir in vanilla extract. Add honey & vanilla to Trail Mix & oats.
- Stir, coating the mixture well. Add quinoa.
- Mix & let cool.
- After cooling, add chocolate chips, peanut butter, and sea salt. Mix well.
- Chill dough in fridge for an hour.
- Using wet hands, gently roll mixture into golf ball-sized balls.
- Place balls on a plate and chill for at least two hours until firm.