Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge #Recipe

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen

I participated in Mom Blog Tour Sweets & Snacks Expo (#MomBlogTourFF) on behalf of Wendy’s Bloggers. I received Power Up products to facilitate my post, but my opinion and creative content are my own.

My Mom was big on having trail mix around for snacking, particularly when my brothers were into Scouting and other activities. No matter how many times I had the trail mix, I couldn’t really get into it. To me it’s flavor was sort of dry and blah. I didn’t seek trail mix out much after that. I was at the Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago recently and came to learn about Power Up, a company that prides itself on fresh and flavorful trail mix.

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Power Up is a brand of trail mixes dedicated to quality and nutrient density paired with great taste and functionality. Their trail mixes are always made with the freshest, premium quality ingredients including the best selection of nuts paired with dried fruits. Power Up brand is dedicated to offering every day, delicious and nutritious snacks that help to Power Up your life. Power Up mixes are mixed and packed in Brooklyn, NY and quickly sent out for distribution.

There are currently eight varieties of Power Up Trail Mix. All eight varieties are all natural, gluten-free, and vegan. They contain low-added sugars and no preservatives or colors .

  • ALMOND CRANBERRY CRUNCH – Almonds, Cranberry, Peanuts, Raisins
  • NATURE’S MIX – Raisins, Cranberries, Peanuts, Pineapple, Papaya, Almonds and Cashews
  • PROTEIN PACKED – Almonds, Cashews, Raisins, Pumpkin Seeds, Peanuts and Cherries
  • SUMMER TRAILS – Cranberries, Cashews, Strawberries, Peanuts, Almonds Blueberries and Mango
  • ANTIOXIDANT  – Raisins, Dark Chocolate, Walnuts, Blueberries, Pecans and Cranberries
  • GOJI POWER – Goji Berries, Coconut Chips, Walnuts, Cranberries, Pumpkin Seeds and Cashews
  • HIGH ENERGY – Pineapple, Banana Chips, Coconut, Cranberries, Cashews, Papaya
  • MEGA OMEGA – Walnuts, Dried Mango, Almonds, Cranberries, Pumpkin Seeds

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Of the eight varieties, four don’t contain any nuts – Antioxidant, Goji Power, High Energy, and Mega Omega. The Mega Omega is currently the best seller of the eight. Power Up strives to offer the freshest tasting healthiest trail mix available. The Trail Mixes come in several sizes – 2.25 oz pouch, 4 oz standup bag, 10 oz standup bag, and 13-14 oz standup bag. All of those bags are resealable except for the small size.

You can purchase Power Up at Walmart, Marshall’s and Costco, as well as online.

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Hubby loves it when I mix things together to make him a snack. He enjoyed the trail mix right out of the bags. One day I was putting together a batch of fudge and thought it would be fun to add some of the Power Up trail mix to the chocolate. It was a super convenient way to put some add-in items into the fudge without buying a bunch of different things. The resulting fudge was a winner, hubby loved it. And because Power Up Trail Mixes are gluten-free, that also meant the finished fudge was safe for my youngest. Here’s how I made it.

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge

Equipment Needed

  • 11×7 baking pan (you can use a 13×9 if you want your fudge to be less dense)
  • measuring cup
  • wax paper

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen


  • 4 cups Power UpTrail Mix (I used the Almond Cranberry Crunch)
  • 4 cups white chocolate chips (If you are making this gluten-free, check the label. Some brands like Hershey’s and Nestle are gluten-free while others aren’t.)
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk (If you are making this gluten-free, check the label. Some brands like Borden are gluten-free while others aren’t.)
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen


Heat the condensed milk in a microwave-safe bowl for 1 minute.

Place white chocolate chips in a large glass bowl with the vegetable oil. Soften in the microwave for about 2 minutes on half power.

Take the bowl containing the chocolate mixture out of the microwave.

Heat the condensed milk in the microwave for about 45 seconds.

Add the vanilla to the condensed milk and stir.

Pour the condensed milk over the chocolate mixture.

Stir the chocolate and milk mixture thoroughly until the mixture is smooth.

Add the Power Up to the bowl and mix thoroughly.

Pour the mixture into the wax lined baking dish.

Refrigerate for about 2 hours until the fudge is firm.

Gluten-free Trail Mix White Fudge Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Once it is firm, cut the fudge into pieces and serve.

Which variety of Power Up Trail Mix would you most like to try?

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About the Author

I'm a Jersey girl, I was born and raised here and have lived here for almost my entire life. I'm a mom of 2 boys – TJ, a 21 year old, and CJ, an 18 year old with Down Syndrome. I am the oldest of four children. I am also a social media enthusiast, cat person, and Down syndrome advocate. I love coffee and milkshakes. My favorite dessert is cheesecake. I love rock music, tech, travel and food. And cheesecake. I HATE the misuse of the word retarded. I take it personally and find it very offensive. Did I mention that I love cheesecake?

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  1. I’m such a lover of trail mix and fudge. I’ve never thought to bring them together like this. Is it wrong to want a piece for breakfast? I love that it’s gluten-free!

  2. I had no idea that you could put trail mix in fudge. That is a great idea! I have never thought about doing that but you can bet I will be doing it now.

  3. I am always looking for great gluten free treats! I can’t wait to make this for the family this week!

  4. Wow. Fudge and trail mix! That sounds awesome. I love that this will give me the energy boost to get me through my day, plus the healthy oils and fiber I can get from the nuts and raisins. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I’m making a huge batch today.

  5. I make all kinds of different fudges and really enjoy the easy process of fudge making. Put different nuts in fudge before but have never thought about adding trail mix. Wonderful idea.

  6. This looks so good! I’m always looking for more gluten-free treats to add to the menu. Adding trail mix to fudge never crossed my mind. Added this to my fudge board on Pinterest!

  7. I love the fact that it is gluten free. I was thinking of what to prepare this weekend for the family get together. You have now inspired me. I am going to try this out. I love all types of fudge!

  8. The HIGH ENERGY – Pineapple, Banana Chips, Coconut, Cranberries, Cashews, Papaya sounds soo good, and this recipe I’d love to try it with this combination – wow!

  9. My son has to eat gluten free, and it’s very hard to find yummy snacks that don’t taste like a bale of hay! He would absolutely love to try these treats!

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