Looking for that perfect camping snack? – Sunny Fruit Review


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Who is ready to go camping?!?! I know I am! This is my favorite time of the year to grab a tent and sleep underneath the stars. The weather is starting to chill, the leaves are starting to change color, and the time for vegan s’mores over a fire is starting. So, what camping snacks are you planning to bring on your trip?

One brand I plan to bring along is Sunny Fruit. Sunny Fruit started off in Izmir, Turkey where the soil is perfect for creating dried fruits. That’s what this company specializes in! If you are looking for a heathy snack that you can eat while walking around the camp site, enjoying with your breakfast at home, or bringing to work for a small snack, then you have to try out some of their treats!

“Our Organic dried fruits make for nutritious snacking. So grab a pack every day for anytime enjoyment.”

Sunny Fruit – About Page.

All of their snacks are organic, no sugar added, gluten-free, kosher (excluding the mulberries), additive-free, and vegan! They have so many different fruits that look amazing, but the two that I tried out today are Dried Apricot and Dried Mulberry.

Nutritional Information


Serving size – 6 Pieces
Calories – 120
Total Fat – 0g
Cholesterol – 0mg
Sodium – 5mg
Total Carbs – 31g (11%DV)
Dietary Fiber – 4g
Total Sugars – 26g
Protein – 2g
Iron – 1.3mg (8%DV)
Calcium – 30mg (2%DV)
Potassium – 570mg (15%DV)


Serving size – 1/4 cup (30g)
Calories – 100
Total Fat – 0.5g
Cholesterol – 0mg
Sodium – 5mg
Total Carbs – 22g (8%DV)
Dietary Fiber – 4g
Total Sugars – 22g
Protein – 1g
Iron – 3mg (15%DV)
Calcium – 95mg (8%DV)
Potassium – 416mg (8%DV)

Dried Apricots

Between the apricots and the mulberries, I was more nervous to try the apricots. So, I started with them, like any other normal human being would. And thank goodness I did!! I have never been a huge fan of fresh apricots but now I am a huge fan of dried apricots!

These dried apricots were soft, still moist, a tiny bit sticky, and had such a nice sweet flavor. There were two different textures found throughout the whole batch. Some of the apricots were soft through the whole fruit, while others had an outer layer that was a bit tougher than the inside but still very soft.

One serving is a great size for a snack. These guys are very filling and after roughly 6 pieces I felt satiated. It was a nice little snack that didn’t leave me feeling heavy but did leave me feeling satisfied. If you love apricots, or even if you don’t, this is such a great way to eat them.

I don’t know about you guys but I always have a huge issue with eating all the fruit in my house before it goes bad. With Sunny Fruit I don’t have that problem because I can keep the bag sealed up until I want to enjoy them. If I don’t finish the snack in one sitting, then I just have to make sure I throw them in the refrigerator to save for the next day.

Dried Mulberries

I was very excited about the dried mulberries! I’ve had fresh mulberries before and loved them. However, these weren’t as great as the fresh fruit – but they weren’t bad either!

The dried mulberries had a slight crunch to them from the first bite, and then right after that they felt like a nice soft fruit. It starts off with a wonderfully sweet taste hitting your mouth, and then shortly after that a fruity bitterness. Finally, there is a sweet aftertaste that leaves you wanting more!

If my husband, who tried these out with me, had to explain it in a few words, he would say they are like “weird raisins”.

Overall, I loved the apricots A LOT more than the mulberries. The mulberries were still good, but if I had to choose I would pick the apricots every time! The apricots were a nice size whereas the mulberries were very small and didn’t feel as filling.

If you are looking for a snack that would be great for camping, hiking, walking, a mid-morning snack, something healthy to snack on at the office, and so much more, you should definitely check out Sunny Fruit! Not a big fan of apricots or mulberries? No worries!! They have a TON of other fruits. I am super excited to try out the cherries next!! Which fruit do you want to try out first?

Want to try the apricots and/or mulberries out for yourself? Follow the links below to what products you would like to try! (These are affiliate links and I do get a bit of the sale for you using them. No, the price does NOT increase if you use these. It is the same as you would find on your own.)

I was not asked to write this review. I did not receive these products for free. I got both of these from my Vegan Cuts Snack Box! 

Have a vegan snack you want me to try out?
Feel free to contact and tell me all about it! 

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64 thoughts on “Looking for that perfect camping snack? – Sunny Fruit Review”

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      Thank you!

  1. Justine says:

    I love dried pineapple!! It’s my favorite dried fruit.

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      Yum!!! Dried pineapple sounds amazing!!

  2. Roman says:

    Yeehaw can’t have too many tasty vegan snacks! Nice review!

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      So true! Thank you!

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  4. Oh, I get these ALL the time at TJ Maxx here. They are soooo good!!

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      Oooo! I’ll have to see if I can find some at my TJ Maxx!

  5. Michelle says:

    Oh I love apricots. They are so underrated. I have not been camping since the 80’s. Your idea of camping in September sounds wonderful. Maybe even October would be nice.

  6. Lyosha says:

    I love camping and snacking during camping sounds like extra fun to me! I normally go for pumpkin seeds lately – it is healthy and gives a long time chewing.

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      A lot of people have been mentioning Pumpkin Seeds! I need to start having those!

  7. I love dried apricots, they are super yummy :). Have you tried banana chips?, they too are yum but may not be too healthy!!

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      I love banana chips!! Those are the number one fruit that I dehydrate at home. 🙂

  8. I do like dried apricots, but I don’t think I’ve ever tried mulberries. Other favorites of mine are dried pineapple and craisins (dried cranberries).

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      Ooo! Dried pineapple sounds amazing! I sometimes use craisins in my salads. 🙂

  9. Tania says:

    Sounds like an awesome idea! Looks delicious

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      They really are! <3

  10. Corina says:

    After reading this post I have an immediate desire to go camping 🙂 You described so beautifully! Dried fruit indeed stems from Turkey and I think it’s an excellent idea to take dried fruit when camping. I’ll give Sunny Fruit a try, thanks for the review!

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      Thank you for your sweet words! haha! I really want to go camping as well! Let me know what you think of them and which one you tried! <3

  11. Aditi says:

    Mulberries are not available in India but I absolutely love them. Thank you for sharing this, I love vegan choices and they all seem to be pretty healthy and taste amazing. Thanks for the recommendations. Will try them soon. 😀

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      I never knew that! I’m glad you have been able to try them! I hope you like these! <3

  12. Wow. this is a really good one. It looks so good. 😀 Thank you for sharing this.

    1. Ashley Nicole Rice says:

      Thank you for coming over here to read this! <3 If you get a chance to try them let me know what you think!

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