5 Healthy Recipes for a Perfect Trip

Everyone who mentioned, “It’s all about the journey, not the destination,” has stocked their vehicle with tasty road trip meals. The food sets the mood for a long journey, and having enough meals on hand can help reduce hungry outbursts, despair, gas-station unhealthy snacks, and even trips to the drive-through window. Certainly, yummy, salty, crunchy, and portable treats are the order of the day. Such does not have to involve a “Supermarket Sweep”-style run down the candy aisle. Most of these top choices can be made lighter and healthier at home. With a variety of fresh fruit, vegetables, and water, you’ll be able to start your journey on the right foot. Below are a few alternatives to keep in mind.

1.    Citrus Cake with Cannabis-Infused Olive Oil

A hand of semolina flour lends cornmeal-like crispiness to this citrus- and cannabis-infused cheesecake, while the dynamic citrus coating and fresh fruit add layers of peppery sweet flavour. Serve as a cheesecake on its own or with a generous sprinkling of crème Fraiche or mascarpone. Besides, you can bring THC Gummies with you. You may enjoy the multiple benefits of THC. When you decide to take these gummies, you ensure you abide by the regulation.  If you are concerned that this is a novel method of consuming marijuana, you can relax. People have been infusing cannabis into foods and drinks since 1000 B.C.

Citrus Cake with Cannabis-Infused Olive Oil

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1.    Homemade Cheez-Its

This take on the small cracker is denser and cheesier than the supermarket’s diverse selection. They can be kept for close to one week; therefore, there is a decent possibility you’ll have enough for both legs of your journey if they aren’t all consumed right away. Check out this recipe for a flavourful summer sweet treat that’s not packed with preservatives. These oven-baked snacks are for you if you’re into low-carb, less-processed foods.

Homemade Cheez-Its

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To start making these freshly made Cheez-Its, gather the following ingredients:

  • four slices of pre-sliced sandwich-style Cheddar cheese (or the type you want)
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • Warm the oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Cut every piece of cheese into four equal squares. Keep poking a tiny hole in the middle of every square with a straw or skewer. Place every piece on the baking tray, uniformly spaced apart. Sprinkle salt uniformly over the cheese squares.
  • Bake for 30 min; remove from oven and cool on paper towels.

2.    Nutty Oat Bars

A road trip often begins early in the morning, before you have had time to eat breakfast. Such bars loaded with oats, nuts, seeds, and dried fruit are a fantastic choice for a quick meal on the go, whether you need to eat before or after getting into the vehicle. You need the following ingredients;

  • Rolled oats
  • whole-wheat flour
  • ground cinnamon
  • teaspoon salt
  • cup maple syrup
  • unsweetened applesauce
  • canola oil or sunflower oil
  • egg, lightly beaten
  • chopped dried cranberries, MOSTLY unsweetened
  • Properly chopped walnuts
  • Properly chopped, skin-on almond


Heat the oven to 350°F. Spray Cooking oil on an 8-inch square baking pan. In a medium mixing bowl, combine the oats, entire wheat flour, cinnamon, and salt. In a large bowl, combine the maple syrup, applesauce, oil, and egg until well combined. Stir in the oat mixture, followed by dried cranberries, walnuts, almonds, and sunflower seeds. Distribute the batter to your pan reading for30 minutes baking, or until a toothpick inserted into the centre comes out clean. Let cool totally before slicing into 12 equal-size bars.


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3.    Lunchbox Charcuterie

Allow each traveller to select their favourite combination of crackers, fruit, vegetables, cheese, and sliced meat, which will be packed in a convenient bento-style box. Everybody can eat as much or as little as they would like, at any time, thanks to the combination.

Lunchbox Charcuterie

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4.    Speedy Homemade Hummus

I know of a friend still recovering from allowing her then-1-year-old daughter to eat hummus during a pit stop on the way to the beach for three years and one car later. If you don’t mind a baby smearing dip all over the dashboard, this top pick is perfect for packing containers for a filling, protein-packed snack. Serve with whole-grain crackers or crudites.

Final thoughts

Don’t you have time? That doesn’t indicate you cannot eat anything deliciously homemade. Healthy food does not have to be tedious or difficult to prepare. And to demonstrate this, you have read a variety of beneficial hints and healthy recipes. Identifying healthy road trip food ideas is essential to getting ready for your journey. Attempting to feed anyone while you’re away can be strenuous. What has been discussed in this article has provided you with a comprehensive road trip food list and a variety of homemade recipes for your next trip.

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