“As it turns out, cereal isn’t the best driving food,” said Hillary.
Hillary is a part-time nurse, a full-time wife and mother-of-twins, and has another baby on the way. Between traveling to work and running home- and child-related errands, she and her husband John spend a lot of time in their cars. Trying to eat healthy while constantly being on the go means they must plan their meals accordingly. “It used to be that I would end up snacking on whatever snacks my kids left behind in their car seats,” said John.
John and Hillary are constantly on the hunt for healthy, portable snacks. After a lengthy trial and error period they compiled a list of the top five best foods to eat behind the wheel. “A two-pound turkey leg, while delicious, is not as practical as one might think,” said John. “Even with napkins and diaper wipes easily accessible.”
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