Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids!

Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids

Road trips are just better with snacks right? Let’s talk about the snacks we packed for the big road trip were taking 21 hours away from home. My aunt from California give me a sweet basket of kids coloring books and books and a bag of potato french fries. This inspired me to make my own snack bags for the long trek to Idaho. 

 Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids

Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids

How to Make Your Own Snack Bags

All you need to make your own snack bags is some Ziploc bags and a bunch of yummy treats. Normally my family and I try to eat healthy but for the long trip to Idaho where you are including a few gummy worms some granola bars with chocolate and some peanut butter cereal.  Other than the sweets we are including popcorn, pretzels, beef jerky, and  peanuts. 

 

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Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids  

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Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids 

 

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Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids 

 First, wash your children’s hands really well with soap and water. Then, let out a big blanket on the floor. Finally, Put out one snack at a time and fill the bags in layers of snacks. I wrote my children’s name on their snack bags because my baby was starting to eat the snacks and so I wanted to make sure she got the bag that she made. 

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Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids 

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Road Trip Snack Ideas for Kids 

We had so much fun making these snack bags for our road trip. And the kids are so excited to have these special snack bags once we get on the road. I also have the coloring books that my aunt gave us so the kids have snacks and an activity for the car. We are also bringing our kids video games for the road trip but I’m hoping to find some other road trip game ideas so that I don’t have to rely on video games to entertain my kids during this long trip to Idaho.

 We had so much fun making these snack bags for our road trip. And the kids are so excited to have these special snack bags once we get on the road. I also have the coloring books that my aunt gave us so the kids have snacks and an activity for the car. We are also bringing our kids video games for the road trip but I’m hoping to find some other road trip game ideas so that I don’t have to rely on video games to entertain my kids during this long trip to Idaho.  

 I hope you enjoyed these ideas for a road trip snacks for kids and I hope you come back to our website and listen to our podcast or just enjoy the blog articles that I post. We will also be creating YouTube videos of us starting our homestead in northern Idaho.. So if you want to learn about starting a homestead debt-free please Stay in contact with us so that we can inspire you to do the same! Until next time friend have a great day. Sincerely Jackie Bigar