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Take These Simple Plant-Based Snacks on Your Next Day Hike

Take These Simple Plant-Based Snacks on Your Next Day Hike

You can still enjoy hikes alone or with roommates while physical distancing. It’ll be easier with these plant-based snacks!

These plant-based snacks are a great boost of energy for any workout or activity!

In the middle of these quarantines, it can be easy to start to get some cabin fever at home. If you live near a trail, we highly recommend going on a nice hike and getting some fresh air. This will help elevate your mood and keep you fit and healthy. Need to bring some snacks? Here are some simple plant-based snacks you can take on your next day hike.


Homemade Granola Bars

One of the most classic snacks you can bring with you on a hike is granola bars. However, the ones in the stores can easily be loaded with too much sugar or ingredients you don’t want to ingest. The best way to avoid that is to make your own granola bars at home. This recipe from Minimalist Baker is perfect for you to try!

Peanut Butter Energy Balls

When you’re hiking, it’s easier to have simple snacks you can eat on the go. Unless you’re doing an incredibly long hike, you should be able to get a great burst of energy from something as simple as these PB energy balls from Shane & Simple.

Trail Mix

Nothing beats a classic trail mix, right? The best thing about trail mixes is how incredibly versatile they are. You can put just about whatever you want in them, and they’d still be the perfect hiking snack. This recipe from Vegan in the Freezer will keep you satiated and able to enjoy your hike without getting hangry!


Roasted Chickpeas

Chickpeas have a really high source of protein in them that makes them an ideal snack when hiking. However, it might be weird to bring a can of chickpeas on a trail... That’s why you need this recipe for roasted chickpeas from Vegan Heaven.

Stuffed Dates w/PB

Dates are a delicious sweet snack with a very high content of carbohydrates. This will give you a spike of energy you might need to get you right to the top of the summit. Adding PB to it will give you protein and the flavor combination of the two is honestly delicious. Try this recipe from Lazy Cat Kitchen!


Apple Chips

Not really into snacking on something heavy, but want to reward yourself after a tough hike? Apple chips will give you a much-needed burst of energy from the natural sugars that occur in apples. These cinnamon apple chips from Trial and Eater are perfect!

Going outside to get some fresh air when you’re self-isolating during these times is a great way to keep your spirits up and get some exercise in. You need to keep yourself moving as safely as possible, and that will include making sure you’re properly fueled. These plant-based snacks will be perfect for your next hike.


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