For those who eat small meals throughout the day, what are your go-to snacks that travel well, don’t perish quickly, and work as healthy alternatives to junky stuff like chips, snack bars, etc

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I mostly do the almonds, carrots, and apples too for really quick stuff, but I’ll mix things up with: * portioned quick oats and spices in a sealed container + a thermos with hot water * If you have refrigeration – overnight oats in a sealed container * cuties (little easy peel oranges) * bananas * sliced cucumbers * sliced bell peppers * small whole grain tortillas or a single slice of sprouted grain bread * whole grain or flax crackers * small containers of portioned nut/sunflower butter OR hummus to add with fruit, veggies, oatmeal, crackers, tortillas, bread – (having this option really helps since it adds protein and keeps you full longer) * seaweed snacks * popcorn * walnuts, pecans, etc (just some variety over almonds) Took all this stuff with me to work, on road trips, to a wedding even, and it seriously saved my eating plan each time. I portion everything out ahead of time in bags or containers, so they’re all just “grab and go” and you don’t overeat by mistake.

Efficient_Kangaroo

basically any nut and any fruit. You can buy packaged nuts anywhere. Wash the fruit you want and put it in a bag. Also take a look at supplement stores online for healthy ingredients. I sometimes make my own protein bars with real peanut butter from a supplement store.

Reacher01

This might sound weird, but potatoes. I really love them even without a bunch of butter or whatever, so I’ll just boil some baby potatoes, put them in a tub, and eat them cold over the next few days. I have occasionally gotten strange looks, but hey, it works for me.

BirdCelestial

70%+ dark chocolate is pretty healthy and makes a good snack. Assuming it isn’t hot and you can carry it without sticking it in your pocket lol. There was a recent thread on chocolate – half the saturated fat is stearin acid which is pretty close to unsaturated fats for health profile.

jeffbloke

Dry roasted edamame

astrotool