Indigenous Goddess Gang

Creating a space for sharing medicine through poetry, food & seed knowledge, herbalism, music and more. This is a space for reclaiming knowledge from an indigenous feminist lens. Each issue we will continue to grow and share the knowledge of our matriarchs and share that medicine. 

Indigenous Goddess Gang is a space intended for INDIGENOUS people. We've had our land taken from us, we've had our cultures taken from us,  we've had our languages taken from us. This is a step towards reclaiming our knowledge, identity and medicine.  This site is not intended for exploiting or appropriating.  Tread lightly and respectfully. 

Maple Tajîn Trail Mix

Maple Tajîn Trail Mix

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1 cup sunflower seeds, raw & unsalted

1 cup raw pepitas

1 cup dried cranberries

2 tablespoons honey

2 tablespoons maple syrup

1 tsp Tajin (Mexican chile lime seasoning) or chile powder

3 tablespoons coconut oil

Salt to taste

In a large nonstick pan, melt the coconut oil over medium heat. Add the sunflower seeds, pepitas, 1/2 a tsp of Tajin, and a pinch of salt, cook for 2 minutes stirring constantly or until lightly browned. Add in the honey and maple and cook for 1 minute. Spread onto a plate and let cool for 10 minutes. Break into small pieces, add in the remaining Tajin, cranberries, and salt to taste. Store in an airtight container or a mason jar. Enjoy!! 

Cooks Notes

You can also add other nuts, seeds, and dried fruit to this mix like pecans, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, dried cherries, dried apples, parched corn, walnuts, etc

You can purchase Tajin at most Mexican markets and in some grocery stores with the Mexican food.

If you do not have Tajin you can use chile powder instead or whatever seasoning you would like.


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