Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

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Since I’m off to Baltimore this morning (and because I’ve been traveling so much lately), I decided to write a post about the foods I often eat during my travels. (Most of them are Paleo-friendly!) Some of them take a little advanced planning, but it’s worth it, and I hope they give you some ideas for your own snacks!

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Fresh fruit and veggies””all kinds!

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Chunked chicken breast””wrapped in tinfoil to keep it cold and then put in a plastic bag.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Sliced deli turkey + sautéed greens and roasted veggies.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Hardboiled eggs.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Canned tuna””drained and mixed with avocado and spices or made into Tuna Cakes.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Avocado””cut in half with salt and pepper (wrapped in tinfoil and eaten with a spoon) or mixed into a meal or snack.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Coconut butter.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Trail mix””homemade or store-bought.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Nut and sunflower butters. I love mixing them with fresh fruit, Sweet Potato Wedges, or Morning Glory Muffins. Justin’s and SunButter make single-serving, travel-friendly packets.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

If I’m on the road and can’t prepare food ahead of time, I try to find a Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s or grocery store to buy healthy snacks/meals.

The hot bar at Whole Foods rules. The last time I was there, I mixed jerk chicken with grilled plantains, raisins, and walnuts for breakfast. It was so delish!

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Packaged snacks that I like: NoGii Bars and Larabars.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Primal Pacs””look nasty, but taste delicious!

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

Protein Bistro Box from Starbucks.

Healthy, Travel-Friendly Eats

What are your favorite travel-friendly snacks?

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