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If you’re a horse owner, you’re likely to be a traveler too! Traveling can make it tough to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Nevertheless when hauling horses, your time and food options are pretty limited. Whether you’re going to another rodeo or horse show, be prepared to feel your best and travel safely with a few of these snack suggestions…
- Jerky sticks
Jerky sticks were made for the road! They’re light, compact, and you won’t need a refrigerator to store them! There’s also enough protein in the snack to get you to your next adventure…
2. No-bake protein balls
This snack is pretty trendy for obvious reasons! They’re delicious and nutritious! Many recipes include oats, seeds, chocolate chips, protein powder, and a sweet syrup to stick all the ingredients together! No-bake protein balls are pretty fun to whip up…
3. Nuts & seeds
It’s easy to take a quick handful of this snack! From walnuts, to almonds, to cashews, peanuts, and pistachios—they’re all nutrient dense and high in fat. This can keep you fuller longer so you won’t have to make one-too-many stops with your horse trailer!
4. Protein bars
Protein bars are hot and heavy on the food market. With so many brands and flavors filling grocery store shelves, there’s no way you won’t find one that you like. Try out a few of the top rated bars in 2021! They’re still good to eat even if they’ve been sitting in the truck for a while…
5. Edamame beans
With one hand on the wheel, you can get your daily fiber fix with this snack!
6. String cheese
Just like the jerky sticks, string cheeses also come in the perfect to-go packages. Cheeses are also high in fat and protein to help keep you truckin’.
7. Nutritious spreads
From the trendy nut butters to hummus, try pairing a spread with another snack! Nut butters can satisfy any sweet tooth with a piece of fruit. If you’re feeling something savory pair some crackers with hummus!
8. Hard-boiled eggs
Although boiled eggs should be kept cool, you can get your quick protein fix through this bite-sized snack.
Little prepping is required for this snack! Deli-meats are usually already prepackaged for you.
10 Canned tuna
Incredibly high in protein, canned or packaged tuna is made to last and taken on-the-go.
11. Greek yogurt
Greek yogurt comes in snack containers and piled with protein. Offered in a many flavors, some yogurts taste as good as ice-cream!
These snacks are nutritious and easy to eat—which can keep you from backseat reaching and jostling your horses at the wheel!
Ok cowgirl on the run…are you ready to get on the road again?