1 Muesli Bars
Snacks made of muesli give you energy for all fun rides. A muesli bar is quick to make and delicious to taste. Just a little prep and you have the bars ready to go.
2 Peanut Butter Granola
Filled with fibre-rich rolled oats, protein-packed peanut butter, crunchy roasted peanuts and black raisins, peanut butter granola is rich in essential minerals.
3 Protein Bars
Next on the list are protein bars rich in fibres and protein from nuts, oats, multi-grains, and dry fruits. These are energy bars that provide instant energy boost.
4 Mixed Dry Fruit
Add a little masala, use them for garnishing or have them as they are! When mixed, a combination of dry fruits such as almonds, cashew nuts, dried dates, dried figs, walnuts, pistachios, etc, become an Indian snack that everyone has always loved to munch on during trips of all kinds.
Dry fruits are packed with rich fibres, protein, and vitamins. They help lift immunity and maintain a healthy heart.
5 Granola Cookies
Cookies for those who love texture, crackles, and taste that lifts your mood, a layer of texture on the outside covers the wholesome health benefits of granola baked on the inside, these cookies will keep you energised.
6 Hummus and carrot
Protein-packed, fibre-rich and nutritional value snacks that will help keep your belly full and happy. You often want to eat something simply because you’re bored on the road. Hummus is full of B vitamins which may increase energy and reduce fatigue as your body is already running on low energy since you’ve been sitting in same spot for hours. Carrots are perfect dipping stick that will keep you busy without making a mess.
7 Lotus seeds
Popularly called makhana, these fluffy and delectable small bits are gluten-free. Lotus seeds are a highly nutritious snack packed with essential components, including proteins, fibres, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Makhana is an ideal addition to the diet to boost mental and physical wellness.IANS