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Healthy food ideas for your road trip

Roadtrip - food - snacks - health

Being on the road means finding wholesome, healthy options for food and snacks can be difficult, and good and healthy options are often expensive.
food at petrol stations or fast food places. Preparing and packing your own food for the trip is not only more economical, it's also a great way to ensure you get nutritious food that will give you the energy you need for your adventure. And no, it doesn't have to be boring! Here are some suggestions for simple road trip food that is easy to prepare at home, and that you can take with you in the car or on the train.

Bean and Quinoa Salad: A well-balanced and protein-rich salad that is easy to prepare in advance. Put in quinoa, black beans, corn, tomato, avocado, fresh cilantro, and lime juice. If you want to make another sauce, you can make your own pico de gallo and keep it in a jar next to it.

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes : A versatile option that can be customized to your own preferences. You need sweet potatoes, and for the filling you can use, for example, chickpeas, tomato, onion and your favorite spices. Bake the sweet potato, cut it in half and wear whatever you like! A tip: Cinnamon on sweet potatoes is unexpectedly delicious.

Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins: Perfect as breakfast, snack, or even dessert on the go. Make them with almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, eggs, ripe bananas, and blueberries. It can also be good to chop in some dark chocolate, just make sure it has a cocoa content of over 70%.

Bovetecrêpes: A fun twist on the traditional snack. You need buckwheat flour, eggs, and water for crêpes, and then you can fill them with whatever you like, such as hummus, vegetables, and halloumi for a salty version, or peanut butter, bananas, and coconut flakes for a sweet version.

Chia Seed Pudding: A nutritious and filling option that can be prepared the night before your trip. Mix chia seeds with plant-based milk of your choice, and optionally add some natural sweetener such as honey or applesauce. Top with fresh or frozen fruit and nuts. Whatever you choose to bring with you, make sure it's something you enjoy and look forward to eating. It will make your trip even better. So pack the car, put on your favorite playlist, and start your summer adventure with some healthy and tasty snacks. Nice trip!

The article is written by Melanie Herrlin, who works as a nutrition consultant and health coach. Do you also want to write an article for our platform? Email us!

Road trip - healthy snacks - food

“My name is Melanie and I work as a nutrition consultant and holistic health coach. I also specialize in creating personal nutrition programs with a spiritual approach that fits each person's unique needs and lifestyle. By applying a holistic approach, I strive to provide my clients with the tools they need to strengthen their holistic health, achieve their highest potential and live their best lives on all levels." - Melanie

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