Portable foods for travel hunger pangs

If you are an eater on the go — not only during the busy holiday travel season, but also during the rest of the year rushing off to classes, meetings, and who knows what else and whose schedules doesn’t include a sumptuous diet- then sit back and read as to how you can beat hunger pangs effortlessly while you are on the go.

Here are some of the healthy snacks recipes you can munch on to banish the hunger pangs:

1. As the day prolongs, many of us are sapped out of energy, in taking greasy food during such times, it is best to have a bowl of almond and cranberry poha, which is an easy snack to have on the go. Badam are a natural source of many essential nutrients, including protein and healthy fats, making them a nutrient-rich snack that can help keep you going throughout the day.

2. Salad Kebabs- You don’t always think of salads as a portable food, but they sure can be when they’re on a stick! This kind of recipe is super versatile and you can add or omit anything you like to suit your tastes!

3. Oats- Scoop a serving of rolled oats like these and a dash of cinnamon (optional) in a plastic bag. When you’re in the airport, gas station, or restaurant, ask for an extra cup or glass, a spoon, and some hot water and your Agent Anti Hunger Pangs is ready!

If you’re keen on making some healthy snacks, then these snack recipes would be all you would want:

1. North African Spiced Almonds

Tickle your taste buds with a kick of whole almonds and zesty ras-el-hanout/orange seasoning.


1/2 cup whole natural almonds

1 tsp ras-el-hanout seasoning

1 tsp finely grated orange zest


Place the almonds into a dry frying pan and heat gently for 1–2 minutes, stirring occasionally to toast the almonds. Add the ras-el-hanout seasoning and orange zest and cook for another 20–30 seconds, stirring. Remove from the heat and cool.

Serving size:

1/4 cup



2. Soy and Wasabi Almonds

Wake up those taste buds with whole almonds and a mixture of soy sauce and wasabi paste.


1/2 cup whole natural almonds

2 tbsp soy sauce

1 tsp wasabi paste

1 tsp black (or regular) sesame seeds


Place the almonds into a frying pan with the soy sauce and wasabi paste. Stir to mix, then heat gently for 2–3 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the soy sauce has evaporated. Add the sesame seeds and stir to coat. Remove from the heat and cool.

Nutritional Info:

Calories: 165

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