Fresh/dried fruits and vegetables
Protein and energy bars
Nuts and trail mixes
Allergy-friendly cereals, breads, crackers & cookies
Packaged meats for sandwiches
Chips and candy
Packaged salad dressings & sauces
Since I personally manage celiac disease and food allergies, I always make sure to have a mix of protein and carbohydrates with me while on-to-road. I also bring enough food to get to my destination while taking into account potential travel delays.
Some of my favorite, travel-size gluten free and dairy free snacks include:
Applegate roasted turkey on toasted gluten free bread in a Ziploc bag
Snyder’s gluten free pretzels in individual bags
Single-serve peanut butter or hazelnut butter (great on celery sticks, thin rice cakes and pretzels)
Also, always be sure to read product labels diligently to ensure that ingredients have not changed and the snacks are safe for you to eat based upon your allergies.
I hope you enjoy safe snacks wherever your life may take you!
About the Author:
Kim Koeller is the founder of www.AllergyFreePassport.com. She's also a speaker and consultant. Her website is full of great information and includes food products, travel ideas and snack checklists from our Let’s Eat Out Around the World Gluten Free and Allergy Free series.