The airplane baggage claim has felt like my home a lot lately, but I think the jet lag has finally settled.
I spent a wonderful (but way to short) weekend in Pasadena, CA at the CDF Expo, then turned around and headed off to Nashville for an annual trip that I take with my friends from college. In three weeks, I’ve lived in three different time zones. While adjusting to the time zone maybe a little difficult, nothing compares to the difficulty of finding healthy, gluten-free snacks for your trip.
That was all before I was introduced to GoPicnic’s Ready-to-Eat meals at the CDF Expo. Check it out:
I enjoyed the Sunbutter & Crackers meal on the way to Nashville which included some of my old favorite gluten free snacks like Crunchmaster and Sweet Perry Orchards, and introduced me to some new ones like the Sunbutter Creamy Sunflower Seed Butter. I was a little skeptical of the sunflower seed butter, but it reminded me a lot of the consistency of peanut butter and my younger days of playing softball and eating sunflower seeds with my dad.
One nice perk about the GoPicnic Ready-to-Go meals is that they fit nicely on the tray in front of you on many airlines (I tested both United and Southwest) and the box opens so that you have one nice ‘picnic’ box to keep all your gluten free goodies together like this:
Do you have any favorite gluten-free travel snacks? Share them with us in the comments below: