Healthy foods you can take with you while travelling

Gargi Mishra 09-07-2020 01:36 PM Food And Drinks

In the age of COVID-19, eating out or even going out cannot still be called safe for you and your family. But if you really need to travel, pack your own food so that you can ensure that your family eats healthy and is safe throughout the trip. 

And also for all the fitness freaks out there, who like to avoid eating at some restaurant or stop while on a trip with the family here are certain things that you can carry along to eat on the way and keep up with your fitness regime. These foods are easy to pack and drip free.

Black Pepper Popcorn

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Popcorn comes in handy when you’re going on a road trip. Even the driver can enjoy some of it without any fuss even while driving. A homemade pack of popcorn is way better than the stale ones you find at gas stations. Plus you can add your own flavour to it with a little bit of cheese, virgin oil and black pepper.

Green Chutney Sandwich

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An easy to prepare, spicy snack, green chutney sandwich is way healthier than any snack you would find on the streets. If you usually develop a craving for something spicy, then this is the snack for you. All you need is slices of bread and some freshly mixed chutney. Apply a layer of chutney on the buttered bread and pack it in an airtight container, it will stay fresh for up to 3 hours.

Wheat Flakes Nut Mix

Those roadside namkeen packets look very tempting and delicious, but they might not be healthy. To settle your cravings for those here is a homemade replacement. Take a handful of almonds, pistachio, walnuts, peanuts, roasted grams and any other nut of your choice. Put them in a bowl. Mix some lemon juice, cornflakes and olive/mustard oil. Your own packet of tasty and healthy namkeen is ready.

Bread Dhokla

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It is a quick fix snack with long enough shelf-life. To make this dish you need bread crumbs and rava. To add a twist of flavours you can use ginger and green chillies. This can be eaten along with green chutney. Ensure you keep it an airtight container.

Banana Chips

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You can find banana chips available everywhere you go, but they have added preservatives to increase their shelf life and you cannot really trust them. So, if you really like these chips you can easily prepare them at home. All you need is some raw bananas cut in fine slices. Deep fry these slices. Add some salt or red pepper on top to add a flavour.

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