Traveling with and feeding your toddler has it’s challenges. Food is one of the big challenges, as the toddler is less likely to eat what the rest of the family eats during car trips of any length.
Being prepared with snack foods for feeding a toddler will solve some potential frustration for parent and toddler.Trail mix that is premade or that is put together by you and your toddler is easy, neat and offers the variety that will entice the picky palate of your toddler.
Most stores have quality trail mixes premade that contain dried fruits (pineapple, raisins, mango, etc.) and nuts (almonds, pecans, peanuts, etc.) Some trail mixes even have sesame sticks or some baked crunches to add texture.
Gabrielle and I make a trail mix that she likes and actually eats. She enjoys dried mango pieces, sesame sticks, small pretzels, nuts.
The taste and color variations make feeding your toddler easier because they prefer a smorgus board of shapes, colors, tastes, and textures.
Feeding toddlers on the road, at the amusement park, or just a trip to the mall is less stressful when your toddler has desirable.