Beyond chips and fruit, what are some tasty suggestions for food/snacks that are good eaten cold/room temp?
I have no problem prepping the food a day or so ahead of time.
Edited to add:
We're going with a group (bus trip), so we'll be out from 5am until at LEAST 9pm in the evening.
[This message edited by GabyBaby at 6:02 PM, June 18th (Tuesday)]
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Sausage sounds great, but DS wont touch eggs or nuts. Those are great ideas for me though.
[This message edited by GabyBaby at 5:55 PM, June 18th (Tuesday)]
Carrots and celery sticks?
@Aubrie - Thank you! DS wont touch hummus, but that'd be a great snack for me!
How about wraps? Tortillas with meat/cheese/whatever else in them? Depending on what he likes, they can be pretty filling.
And for the record, while kale chips probably wouldn't make the NASCAR trip, they are fabulous!
[This message edited by Aubrie84 at 6:03 PM, June 18th (Tuesday)]
That's one reason I'm looking for suggestions! He's a tough sell and I dont want to have to pack 2 coolers of food to keep us both happy for the day.
now i want fried chicken
ETA dammit, after reading all the responses I forgot you said beyond chips.
Umm...........granola bars, protein bars, frozen fruit smoothies will melt down and be ready to drink after a few hours, frozen grapes, nuts and trail mix.....
[This message edited by Amazonia at 7:45 PM, June 18th (Tuesday)]
I think we're looking at fried chicken for the big meal item, smoothies, PB&J as backup second meal, and some light snacks (chips/veg sticks) for munching.
I am going to add some HB eggs for my own breakfast and already planned to pack some homemade beef jerky and granola.
Don't forget water!! If you fill plastic bottles halfway and freeze them on their sides, you can still drink while they thaw, and they'll help keep everything cool longer.