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Pack These Westchester Snacks and Treats for Your Camping Trip

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Sick of those tasteless energy bars? Those looking for some provisions to fuel their outdoor exploits will find lots to love in this list of local, trail-ready snacks.

By Paul Adler and Gina Valentino

Mast Market’s Organic Trail Mix With Chocolate

Brooklyn expat Mast Market offers a truly next-level trail mix, featuring walnuts, roasted almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and luxurious dark chocolate.

Mount Kisco; mastmarket.com; $10

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Mast Market’s organic trail mix with chocolate. Photo by Elizabeth Fuller

The Kneaded Bread’s Granola

This beloved Port Chester bakery offers a hearty signature granola packed with sunflower seeds, rolled oats, dried cranberries, dried apricots, dates, sliced almonds, a touch of honey, and a hint of butter

Port Chester; kneadedbread.com; $5.50

Baked By Susan’s Granola

Take the great outdoors by storm, powered by this tasty combination of rolled oats, brown sugar, honey, canola oil, and a touch of vanilla, courtesy of one of the county’s best bakers.

Croton-on-Hudson; bakedbysusan.com; $12.50

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Baked by Susan’s granola is a perfect snack. Photo by @copperspooncollective

Related: A Foodie’s Guide to Dining in White Plains for a Day


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