Sponsored: Fueling for Trips
Whether you’re going for a short or long hike or on a day or multi-day road trip; planning on taking snacks with you can save money and also make it easier to fuel yourself and your family when you might not be close to your local Ingles store.
• Washable water bottles
• Portable fruits and vegetables. Some fruits and vegetables like apples and carrots are good for travel and also work well to have with dips and spreads like nut butter and hummus. Dried fruit like raisins and dates are also a good choice.
• Trail mix
• Granola or meal replacement bars
• Beef or trout jerky
• Cereal. Dried cereal can be a good snack.
• Nut butters. You can find nut butters in individual/single serve packets.
What are some of your favorite portable snacks?
Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN
Ingles Markets Corporate Dietitian