Snack Mix Alternative Ingredient Suggestions
You’ll find a basic recipe for preparing your FUNCH Snack Mix on the back of the packet. This is just a starting point and we encourage you to explore and try different combinations of ingredients to discover what best suits you and your family’s taste and dietary needs.
Below you’ll find a list of alternative ingredients we've tested on our mixes, that you can consider it if you don't have all ingredients in your pantry.
Use the following ingredient suggestions to adjust the basic recipes to suit you and your family's taste and dietary preferences.
Swap the pitted dates used in the basic fruit recipe with 125g (1 cup) of your preferred dried fruit.
Swap the rice malt syrup used in the basic natural sweetener recipe with 75g (¼ cup) of your preferred natural sweetener.
- Rice Malt Syrup
- Maple Syrup
Swap the coconut oil in the basic recipes with 40g (¼ cup) of your preferred oil substitute.
- Nut Butter
- Sunflower Butter
- Coconut Butter
If you're not using Coconut oil, you may need to add a little extra water in addition to the alternative ingredient you use to make sure the mixture is workable.
Diet specific suggestions
To prepare the Snack Mixes try 75g (1/4 cup) rice malt syrup or maple syrup.
Swap the coconut oil in the recipe with water. The resulting texture will be a bit softer but still very tasty.
Add 2 tablespoons each of nut butter and coconut oil to our Vanilla & Coconut Protein Ball Mix or Salted Caramel Protein Ball Mix to create a tasty Keto friendly snack.
Once prepared your Funch Protein Balls, Snack Balls and Slices can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks or frozen for up to 3 months.
Funch Protein Balls, Snack Balls and Slices are cool, refreshing and super tasty straight out of the freezer in Summer.