20 Road Trip Snacks Kids Love
It’s pretty much a given that the minute we pull out of our driveway we start to hear the all too familiar cry of “We’re hungry!”, even though they literally had breakfast or lunch or dinner 10 minutes before we even step foot in our vehicle.
This can be difficult and stressful, not to mention one more way we need to keep kids occupied on a long road trip. However, after 9 years of parenting, we’ve learned to always pack a cooler of snacks and leave a couple bottles of water at the front with us for easy access.
Usually, the snacks we bring are sandwiches, fruit, veggies, store bought granola bars & fruit snacks – all quick, easy, mess-free and mostly good for you.
Great, right? But, you want to know what else is easy?
Thinking about all the snacks our kid’s love and making them from scratch ahead of time for an even healthier alternative.
- Cinnamon Energy Bites from Courtney’s Cookbook
- Coconut Chicken Tenders from Home Cooking Memories
- Crispy Broccoli and Carrot Fritters from Fivespot Green Living
- Dark Chocolate Granola from Food Fun Family
- Delicious No Bake Almond Oat Squares from The Mommy Mix
- Easy Garlic Parmesan Pretzels from Certified Pasty Aficionado
- Easy Pop Tart Recipe from She Saved
- Get-up-and-Go Peanut Butter Snack Bites from The Mommy Mix
- Ham and Mac and Cheese Lunchbox Muffins from i should be mopping the floors
- Healthy Peanut Butter Cup Muddy Buddies (Vegan + GF) from Strength & Sunshine
- Homemade Fruit Chews from Life, Love and Thyme
- Homemade Soft Pretzels from 5 Minutes for Mom
- No Bake Almond Joy Snack Bites from Two Healthy Kitchens
- No Bake Maple Pecan Breakfast Cookies (Vegan + GF) from Healthy Helper
- Omelette Muffins from The Mommy Mix
- Peanut Butter Jelly Granola Bars (Vegan + GF) from Rhian’s Recipe
- Roasted Spiced Chickpeas from Moneywise Moms
- Trail Mix Oatmeal Cookies from Simply Stacie
- Secretly Healthy Sweet N’ Salty Trail Mix (Vegan + GF) from Casey the College Celiac
- Sugar-free Candied Pecans from Wholesome Yum
Do your kids complain they’re hungry the minute you leave the house? What are your “go to” road trip snacks?
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