What’s an RVing trip without enjoying some munchies along the way? Here are a few of our favorite snacks for RVing.
RVing Snack #1: Trail Mix
Okay, okay. Maybe it’s a little cliche to recommend trail mix for adventures in your RV. There’s obviously a reason traveling, hiking and trail mix go hand-in-hand. Trail mix is great!
Here are a few reasons why it’s our go-to snack:
Lots of options - do you have a sweet tooth? Get a trail mix with a lot of candies and raisins inside. More of a salty-food lover? There are options for that too.
Keeps well - even though your RV may have a fridge, you don’t need it with trail mix. As long as you keep the bag sealed, it will last a long time.
Easy to pack - Ready to go explore for the day and don’t want to take lots of time to find food to go? Trail mix is a perfect option because it’s so easy to throw together quickly.
Is it a perfect snack? No of course not. But you’ll never regret having a bag of trail mix around during your adventure.
Snack for RVing #2: Beef Jerky
Even though beef jerky isn’t cheap, it’s a nice go-to snack while you’re on the road. Need some justification? Here are a few things to consider.
Different flavors - There are so many flavor options for anyone’s taste preferences - sweet, spicy, plain, etc.
No fridge required - Not every RV has a fridge. If you’re on the road and love meat but don’t have a fridge, meat jerky gives you the ability to always have some meat on-hand without worrying about it spoiling and stinking up the vehicle.
Easy to find - You can find jerky just about everywhere. Gas stations and truck stops always have it because they know our community loves the stuff!
Not everyone is a jerky person, and that’s okay. Maybe you’d prefer…
RV Snack #3: Sliced Veggies and Dip
What beats your favorite vegetable with some great-tasting dip?
The best part is you’re giving your body some important vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Here are a few of our favorites to munch on:
As for the dip, there are a lot of options but these are probably the most popular:
Not a cook? No problem - you can buy these different dips in the store. Actually, you can make things very easy on yourself and just buy a pre-made tray with everything at the store.
Even though a fridge is optimal for storing this snack, a good cooler can work for a while as well.
RV Snack #4: Fresh Fruit
Last but not least, let’s talk about some fresh fruit like strawberries, apples or oranges. All of these are perfect for just about any time of day.
Just got up in the morning? Get the juices flowing with some delicious fruit.
Have some fruit with your lunch or afternoon snack to keep you energized in the afternoon.
Finish the day with a bowl of fresh fruit as a dessert. Treating yourself to a healthy dessert is never a bad thing.
The cool thing is you don’t even need to keep most fruit refrigerated, though you can if your RV allows.
What did you think of our favorite RV snacks? What are your favorites? We would love to hear from you!
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