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Sarah is pretty much always hungry. she eats a very high protein diet but it ALWAYS asking for food and claiming to be starving. we are driving 45min to the airport on monday, then getting on a 2 hr flight, and then driving 3 hours to my mom's house. i have decided to pack a buttload of snacks so that we can avoid fast food, airplane food, and keep the kids happy.
i am packing - sea weed snacks, pre peeled hard boiled eggs, morning glory muffins (made with almond flour, shredded coconut, apples, carrots and walnuts), sausage patties (the kids will eat them even if they are cold), apple slices, clementines, and "spirulina super chips."
how's my list look? would you add anything?
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My girl likes food that takes a long time to eat on road trips or boredom stretches. Fruit by the foot or dried fruit, trail mixes, gummy, lolipops, etc. She also likes the suprise staple - cold pancake, frozen waffle, etc. She is often most happy with peanut butter jar and a spoon and a thing of water. Gum will also keep her quite
That sounds like an awesome list! Of course you can't bring liquids on the plane, but maybe a refillable cup if you want to avoid plastic disposables and so you can fill it with water befire the second long car ride?