What are your favorite snacks on a plane? Leave a comment.
I’ve been traveling! Let’s face it, eating on-the-go is never that fun or exciting… Sure, there are the tiny bags of peanuts. The 100 calorie packs of cookies and crackers. You can always BYOS (bring your own sandwich) but it shouldn’t be anything too messy, too stinky (i.e. delicious) and on some airlines, too big.
So, what do you serve up on your pull down tray table? Leave a comment.
THE REAL DEAL
While I may have liked a tasty turkey and avocado on wheat… my fridge was barren before I departed. A cheese quesadilla and veggies fit the bill. Easy to carry, easy to eat and non-offensive to my row-mates. The quesadilla had a little more zip from the cutest Tapatio packet ever to grace a 737, while veggies provided nutrition and hydration. I always stick with carrots, cucumber and celery. Never take broccoli on a plane. It stinks. Trust me on this one, I speak from experience.
Have you ever witnessed (or been the culprit yourself) of horrifying snacks on a plane? A chilidog? An Italian sub with extra onions? Raw broccoli? Leave a comment.
LATEST RECIPE FROM THE KITCHEN
Classic Brownies! Ten ingredients, no mixer required, and no need for special chocolate — cocoa powder is all you need!
Link to Classic Brownies recipe.