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Portable Snacking Tips and Ideas

Remember the 'Healthy' with the 'To-Go'

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  • I'm looking for nonperishable items that can siting my desk or purse. These are mostly prepare daily
  • good ideas that help me stay on track
  • I will try these
  • ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
  • BONDMANUS2002
  • I love the Smartfood brand of popcorn. Its air popped and theres great flavors like jalapeno and cheddar. 4 cups has 260 cal. I find 2 cups is a perfect snack. Its empty calories but I use to love Doritos chips and a small bag of jalapeno cheddar has 400+ calories so this is a healthier swap. I also find it takes longer to eat the popcorn. Allowing me to think Ive eaten more.
  • Love tuna and cottage cheese, never thought of putting them as a snack at the same time.
  • My job has me in my car often and throughout the day. I pack my "lunch" box every morning with foods which are healthy AND easy to eat while driving plus a large insulated cup of ice water. I don't make stops at gas stations/convenience stores very often except for the gas and restroom. Many of the foods I take are included on the list. I also microwave pop popcorn in a paper bag, spray with butter spritzer, and sprinkle with popcorn seasoning and have that with me. Soothes my taste for salty/crunchy snacks.
  • GAGUILAR8
    These kinds of ideas don't work well with me. I have good intentions, and buy all kinds of healthy items, and then, they go uneaten. I live in an assisted living community now. So, now my meals are healthier. Finally. I used to live off of mostly sugar, fat and salt.
  • GAGUILAR8
    These kinds of ideas don't work well with me. I have good intentions, and buy all kinds of healthy items, and then, they go uneaten. I live in an assisted living community now. So, now my meals are healthier. Finally. I used to live off of mostly sugar, fat and salt.
  • I have saved this article in my favorites, because actually snacking is becoming a problem in this period (losing the last couple of pounds and maintaining). I could find plenty of useful ideas here, thanks for sharing!
  • WATERBOYUS
    I make my own mountain trail mix and put a cup portion into small zip lock baggies. I travel a lot so I portion 2 for each day....

    Ingredients: Roasted Cashews, Roasted almonds, shelled pistacios, Dark Chocolate, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, craisins, golden raisins, raisins and no fat vanilla granola.

    Mix it all together in a 5 gal ziplok and portion from there.

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