Plane Snacks That Are TSA Approved
When you’re traveling by airplane eating can get expensive. You don’t want to keep buying stuff at the airport because soon your snack budget will have exceeded the price of your plane tickets. You want to bring snacks aboard but the last thing you want to have happen is to have TSA tell you that you can’t bring that food past security. Then you’re left with the decision to either throw your snacks away or try to shove as many in your mouth at once while making your way through the security line. We came up with some easy snacks that are guaranteed to be approved by the TSA so you can be nibbling at the gate and on the plane without having to break the bank.
Veggies & Hummus
Toss some veggies in a jar, like some carrots and celery. Maybe some bell peppers. Fill up a mason jar with some delicious, healthy veggies but leave some room at the top. Take an applesauce container and fill that with hummus then lay it on top of the veggies and close your jar. Now you have a healthy and filling snack that you can bring all over the airport with the TSA’s consent. Plus all the protein in the hummus and fiber in the vegetables will leave you feeling full longer so you won’t be tempted by those unhealthy options that seem to surround the airport.
Apple To Go
Take an apple and then an individual tube of peanut butter and toss them both in a Ziploc bag. Now you have something to satisfy that sweet tooth while also giving you some protein. Your belly will feel nice and full while on the run and no one will complain about the hideous smell of your food which you often get when you try to bring some quick airport food on a plane, like some fish curry or pickled eggs.
Take four silicone cupcake liners and fill one with cheese, one with deli meats, one with mixed nuts and one with crackers. Then you can fill up the rest of the Tupperware with frozen grapes to help keep everything in the Tupperware cool. Now you have a variety of snacks you can munch on and the grapes not only keep everything cool but they taste fantastic as well all on their own. Yummy!
Travel Food Kit
Did you know there is such a thing as a travel food kit? It kind of looks like a giant tackle box but it is full of snacks for you, not for your fish. You can fill it up with nuts, trail mix, dried fruits, cheeses, chocolate or whatever your heart desires. Fill up this snack kit and you will have enough snacks to feed a family. If you’re not traveling with a family then you will probably have enough snacks to eat your whole vacation! Just kidding, but you should definitely be able to have some snacks left over after your flight.
Traveling cheap is all about traveling smart and bringing the right snacks with you is a giant step forward in making sure you’re doing your best to not break your budget.