These bite-sized balls are the perfect solution to combining leftover tramping snacks. Filled with dried fruit, seeds and nuts, they are delicious, healthy and nutritious too.Crumble-free Afghans. Photo: Maddy Bellcroft[/caption]
A new take on a Kiwi classic, these biscuits won’t crumble in your pack and can be made gluten-free to cater for a range of diets. Made with sunflower seeds, coconut and honey, they are energy-rich too.Spicy nut clusters. Photo: Maddy Bellcroft[/caption]
An option for those who prefer the savoury over the sweet, these spicy nut clusters are the perfect way to add variety to your tramping snacks. Made with chili flakes, garam masala and soy sauce, they are packed with flavour.Sesame honey slice. Photo: Maddy Bellcroft[/caption]
Sugar, butter, coconut, nuts – this will go the distance in the hills and goes perfectly with a hot cup of tea. It takes just 10 minutes to make and 10 minutes to cook.The 1000-calorie tramping snack. Photo: Hazel Phillips[/caption]
A treat developed by the Auckland University Tramping Club, this takes the tramping snack to a new level. Ingredients: a snickers bar, a layer of peanut butter, a layer of nutella, and all topped with a walnut.