Snacks are a must when traveling. You never know when a flight might get delayed, what airport food options are available near your gate and when hunger strikes if you are traveling with kids. It is always a good idea to be prepared. So, you can buy snacks at the airport and can add up them into your travel. And it would be better option if you bring your own snacks from home. It can cut down the costs and also know that you have snacks that you like when you need it. Check out these five TSA approved snacks.
- Veggies and Hummus
When you travel with your family wants a healthy snack and don’t want the chips and dip. So, this Veggies and Humans are healthy snacks. They are primarily made of chickpeas, which is much healthier than dips filled with mayo or cream. Plus, it tastes great. So, pop carrots and celery into a glass jar. Use an empty, cleaned-out apple sauce container to hold hummus.
- Assorted Chilled Snacks
You can carry these snacks on the plane without any restrictions. So, use silicone cupcake holders to separate lunch meat, cheese cubes, dried fruits and nuts and crackers in a glass container. And after that, add in frozen grapes to help keep snacks chilled. Frozen grapes make a great snack, too!
- On-the-Go Salad
If you want to live a healthy lifestyle, then on-the-go jar salads are one of best ways to save yourself from tiredness for a long day. You are allowed to take them into the flight. So, wash out an empty peanut butter jar to transport your own salad. Add dressing first then top it with your favorite salad toppings like sunflower seeds and vegetables. Add in the spinach or lettuce of choice. Putting the dressing in the bottom will prevent the spinach from wilting until you’re ready to eat it. Don’t forget a disposable fork!
- Dried Nuts and Fruits
Your kids can be any mood to snack on. So, bring a little bit of everything. Wash a craft organizer and fill it with dried nuts, crackers, chocolate candies, gummies and more. Dry Fruits are the way to a healthy life. A snack with no harmful side effects, dry fruits is a hit with adults and children alike. It is no secret that Dry Fruits carry many a health benefits.
- Apple and Peanut Butter
TSA only allows whole fruits through security. Eating apples with peanut butter are actually a very healthy option. You can eat them any time of the day. Although apples with peanut butter are a snack that is high in calories and fat, it is nothing you need to be concerned about as long as you choose natural peanut butter over anything. So, make the slices of the whole apple, and band them to keep slices in place. Put the apple and pack of peanut butter in a plastic bag, and breeze through security.