Traveling for the Holidays - gluten free style


Like a 10+ hour car ride is not enough to dread - when you mix in food allergies, things get a bit harder. My family likes to try and shorten the trip as much as possible and therefore, any stops made are quick in-and-out gas / bathroom breaks. So what does one pack to eat in the car that can travel well?

I have done a lot of investigating in this area - I have a portable fridge and a portable microwave. While the fridge is used almost always, the microwave rarely is. This time, I didn't want to pack the basic pb and j sandwiches. I did pack some salads and of course some oatmeal with my FAVORITE Christmas present, pistachio butter.

We made a quick gas stop and I ran in doors to grab a cup of hot water.  I simply mixed that with some gluten free rolled out, honey, cinnamon, toasted coconut pieces, and some pistachio butter. Filling, easy, and delicious.

I want to take this time to wish everyone a safe and happy new year! If you are out and about traveling tonight - be do so safely! Here is to an awesome 2013 and all that it has to bring!

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