Happy Belly Snacks Review – Tropical Trail Mix

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Happy Belly Snacks from Amazon are a new Prime member exclusive item. Each resealable bag offers different flavors and combinations of dried fruits, nuts, chocolate, etc., which is perfect for your in-between-meal cravings! Happy Belly Snacks are available on Amazon, for as low as $6.08 per 16oz bag!

Happy Belly Snacks are exclusively available to Amazon Prime members. You can get them in a Prime Pantry box, on Subscribe & Save, and as a single purchase. I’ve also noticed some of the goodies at a deep discount with Alexa (to order with your Echo).

If you’re not a Prime member you can get a free trial here, and then check out more of the Amazon Prime exclusive goodies, like the Amazon Prime Sample Boxes! You may have already guessed that I’m Prime-obsessed, and if it doesn’t come from a subscription box in my house – it probably comes from Amazon.

I picked the Happy Belly Tropical Trail Mix for this review.

The Happy Belly Tropical Trail Mix is currently $13.79 on one-time payment and $13.10 when you get a subscription.

Happy Belly Tropical Trail Mix brings you a taste of the islands. We start with shelled peanuts, cashews, and midget Brazil nuts, and then add sweetened dried pineapple, papaya, and mango, and chewy black raisins. Banana chips, coconut chips, and sea salt finish this chewy, crunchy, salty, and sweet blend.

The tropical mix has a lot of dried fruit, so the sugar and carbs are fairly high. The ingredients are sourced from around the globe, and they are prepared conventionally, with some added sugar, oil, etc.

Tons of fruit in this mix! It’s very sweet, but not overpoweringly so.

I was glad to see plenty of cashews and a fair number of Brazil nuts.

The peanuts and raisins aren’t over-represented, so you get all the good stuff.

The balance and variety is very good, with even the expensive ingredients in good quantity. The fruit pieces are diced small and relatively uniform, so the mix together well and don’t segregate themselves in the bag.

Banana chips.


Brazil Nuts.


Mango, papaya, and pineapple.

Coconut flakes.


Happy Belly also has a range of just nuts available, and they’re starting to add herbs & spices, in addition to coffee. Frankly, I think it’s a little odd to have these all under the same umbrella – I haven’t quite figured out the Amazon master plan yet, but I’m loving the new choices.

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  • Virginia

    I’m with you on the peanuts but you can never have too many raisins. They are really good in salads too !!!