Eat Right

5 yummy (and healthy) snacks to pack on your next road trip


With the holidays right around the corner we're anticipating long car rides with the fam and lot's of snack stops. But don't let those quick and cheap meals get ya, girlies! Keep it healthy and instead of eating a fast food meal that will leave you hungry in an hour, bring a few healthier options along for the ride. Check out these nom-worthy healthy alternatives to get your next road trip off to a scrumptiously healthy start. 


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    Veggies to-go

    Who doesn'y love some veggies and dip? Skip the messy ride and pour some dip at the bottom of a mason jar. Then, fill the jar with carrots, celery, and any other veggies you love. This way, the bottom of your veggie is already dipped and ready, and the top is nice and clean. Plus, no more spills—we call that a snack success.

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    DIY granola bars

    Perf for the road and easy to pack— just throw em' into your bag to snack on when you’re running low on energy. Make your own with your fave ingredients to kick those mid-highway cravings.

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    Big kid lunch box goodies

    Lunchboxes aren’t just for kids, we can use them too! Throw some strawberries, apples, dip and crackers into your box to soothe those middle-of-nowhere belly growls.


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    Peanut butter banana sushi

    Don’t worry, this isn’t actually fish with peanut butter and banana. Spread some peanut butter on a whole grain tortilla, fill with banana (or any other healthy alternatives), and roll the tortilla up. This is a great snack for long car rides when you can’t stop for lunch! Filled with yummy and healthy proteins, that’s our kind of snack!

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    Mid trail munchies

    Need to satisfy that craving? Mix some almonds, banana chips, peanuts, and chocolate chips together for the ultimate combo. It’s the perf mix of sweet and salty for that long trip ahead.


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by Melanie White | 2/1/2016