House Moving And Food: The Foodie’s Guide To Snacks On The Go

While it’s true that moving can be quite a stressful task, it doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t have a bit of fun in the process. Just because you’re going to spend time packing and fixing things, maybe even hiring a moving company along the way, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a good meal or a good snack on the go. Thankfully, we’re going to talk about just that – it’s actually possible for you to be full, be content, and be in the company of awesome food while you move to your dream home. All you need is a bit of creativity, a bit of exploration, and a bit of practical advice. 

House moving is a bit complicated. Do you agree?

Are you going for perishable foods?

It’s still possible to eat perishable foods even if you’re on the move. Thing is, it’s best to prepare a cooler with gel ice packs just to make sure food main cold during your travel time. If you don’t have a cooler with you, you can get a large ziplock bag and have ice on hand so you can still eat good food while you’re on the move. If you want to keep food fresh, you can use plastic containers and stainless-steel containers. For perishable food you can eat on-the-go, you can eat:

Pre-made salad. If you have the time to stop for a quick bathroom break, why not eat pre-made salads with you? Not only is this healthy, but it’s quite a good alternative to bite-sized snacks. Just make sure you have your salads pre-mixed, with the sauce in a separate container so you don’t need to worry about spills.

What’s your favorite salad?

Raw milk cheese slices. If you’re a huge cheese fan, what better way to spend the travel but with quick cheese slices? This is a good way to easily fill the stomach without worrying too much about excess sugars and carbohydrates. You can add in a quick mix of biscuits and bread here, too, for sandwiches and fun snacks.

I love milk or cheese in my meals.

Guacamole packs. Who says guacamole is just for parties? If you want a filling and flavorful snack for trips, guacamole might be the food to go. It’s easy to make, easy to pack, and very easy to eat.

Strips of meat like beef, chicken, and shrimp. If you’re up for protein, you can always bring meat… if you cut them up in advance. This doesn’t necessarily need to be jerky, but rather meat you’ve slicked into strips so you can easily grab them and eat them on-the-go. 

I love beef! How about you?

Are you going for non-perishables?

If you’ve ever traveled before, you’ve likely brought snacks with you. Not all snacks are travel-friendly, though. Some are very hard to clean, and some can get the car very messy. This doesn’t mean you can no longer bring non-perishable food, though. These are practical because you don’t need any form of cooling to store them. Here are some things you can consider:

Fresh fruits are always safe. Fresh fruits are always a safe choice for non-perishables on-the-go. Oranges, avocados, bananas, and apples are quick food to eat that is also nutritious.

Lemons and oranges are common citrus fruits

Peanut butter, jam, and bread. It’s time to go old school, literally. If you’re having trouble with food to eat while traveling, why not eat some of the classics? Good peanut butter and jelly sandwich wouldn’t hurt. And if you want it really messy, you can get a jar of peanut butter or chocolate and just eat it with a spoon. You know you’ve always wanted to try it. And we suggest you should do it.

Dried fruits and nuts. Trail mixes and other combinations of nuts, seeds, and dried fruits won’t fail travelers like you. If you want a rich combination of flavor in a quick-to-eat format, trail mixes are things you can definitely rely on. You don’t even need to buy pre-made trail mixes. You can really just make one yourself before the trip, so it’s all your favorite fruits and nuts.  

Kangaroo Nuts

Food And Moving: Move With A Full Stomach

What better way to reward yourself for a day full of work than with a good meal, right? And this reward is something you can certainly give yourself while moving to your new home. Your ride to the next county, state – or wherever your new home will be – doesn’t need to be boring and bland. With the above tips, you can get yourself the right kind of awesome and delicious food to enjoy while moving with the rest of your family.  

17 thoughts on “House Moving And Food: The Foodie’s Guide To Snacks On The Go”

  1. I have read articles about tips when moving house, but honestly, your post is unique and relevant. We are always reminded how to pack things, how to choose the right movers, but we forget that we too have to eat!

  2. When moving we would have freezer parties and see what is in the freezer to make or eat. I try to cut down buying food before I move so that all is left is condiments to move to the next place. There is something exciting to move into a new place with little in your fridge to start from scratch and get the foodie fridge stocked.

  3. I gotta admit, when we move I just order in a lot… LOL. My mother-in-law is fantastic at preparing food for us, too, which is super helpful. Personally, I just make sure we eat as much as we can before moving day so there is little in the kitchen then we use the excuse to order in.

  4. This is great to know! When moving, it can be so difficult to dwindle down your pantry and fridge to the basic necessities needed for the move, with the plan to restock once you’ve gotten into the new place. These are great tips to help with that.

  5. Nice comprehensive list. I normally go in for dry fruits, cakes, yoghurt, fruits and sandwiches. And some dark chocolates. Chips are a big no no unless I get the baked variety.

  6. I love this. My family thought I was weird when I had a pack of snacks kept aside when I was moving. They were def a bit more boring that your suggestion so I’ll be definitely making a note of these. (Won’t be moving any time soon tho. That’s exhausting lol)

  7. I love travel-friendly snacks, always so handy on the go! Thanks for the great tips! A good meal is the best way to reward yourself indeed!

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