10 Yummy DIY Road Trip Snack Recipes

Skip the trip to Burger King on your next road trip and keep the kids satiated and happy with these delicious DIY road trip snacks.

Just like a playlist can set the mood for a road trip, so can the snacks. Stock up on your favorite sweet and savory snacks to keep your kids happy! Here are some great ideas for those wanting to step outside the box.

Reese’s Chocolate Potato Chip Cookies

Photo from The Domestic Rebel

What’s better than deciding between cookies and chips? Having both! This versatile snack by The Domestic Rebel combines the childhood treats you loved the most into a portable and favorable bite.

Sweet and Spicy Pretzel Nut Snack Mix

Photo from Flavour & Savour

This sweet and spicy mix by Flavour & Savour is the perfect snack for those who are as indecisive as their taste buds. A more sophisticated take on traditional trail mix, this dish packs a lot of flavor while still being light.

Neapolitan Rice Krispie Treats

Photo from Shugary Sweets

These crispy treats from Shugary Sweets are the ideal snack for those craving something sweet. With an even distribution of strawberry, marshmallow, and chocolate, these take away the hassle of choosing just one flavor.

Homemade Pita Chips

Photo from Jessica in the Kitchen

Use your favorite pita bread to make these homemade chips in less than 15 minutes. Pack them up in a zip lock bag and they’ll come in handy when your kids get hungry on the road. Get the tutorial at Jessica in the Kitchen.

Crunch Berry Snack Bars

Photo from Delightful E Made

If you’re leaving early in the morning, or just have a sweet tooth, these breakfast bars from Delightful E Made could be your new go-to. All the joys of cereal with none of the hassle, these are portable and kid-friendly.

Cowboy Ranch Cheese-Its

Photo from Consumer Queen

This interesting take on Cheese-Its is a great way to, literally, spice up an everyday snack. Quick and easy, this recipe by Consumer Queen can be adjusted depending how hot you like your food.

No-Bake Almond Joy Snack Bites

Photo from Two Healthy Kitchens

The thing about candy bars is they’re so small you have to eat a few to feel satisfied. But with these healthy alternatives, they’re filling without the mess. Get the tutorial at Two Healthy Kitchens.

Double Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins

Photo from Damn Delicious

Your little ones won’t even know that they’re eating their veggies when you sneak some zucchini in these double chocolate chip muffins by Damn Delicious. It makes a great treat for breakfast, too!

Roasted Chickpeas

Photo from Stuffed Suitcase

Chickpeas are a fun change of pace from the usual snack bags. Their own flavor with additional Mediterranean seasoning is something you can’t find in your average chip. Get the tutorial at Stuffed Suitcase.

Strawberry & Cream Bliss Balls

Photo from First & Full

These balls by First & Full are packed with summer flavors like strawberries and coconut. Drizzle the treats with white chocolate to make them extra sweet!

Looking for a place you can safely road trip to? Try one of these weird roadside attractions in Michigan.


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