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5 On-the-Go Snacks

If you’re like us, you can’t believe another summer is almost over… And if you’re like us, you’re thinking, maybe there’s time to squeeze in one last weekend trip before Labor Day. If you choose to hit the road, don’t wait until you stop for gas to grab a snack. We have some snacking ideas that will keep you out of the convenience stores and cruising in style. An added bonus, these snacks are ideal for on the beach, hiking or almost anywhere you may end up on your last-minute jaunt.

Salted Honey, Benton's Bacon and Toasted Pecan Popcorn. Photo by Olivia Rae James.

Salted Honey, Benton’s Bacon and Toasted Pecan Popcorn
The salt and sweet combination is sure to keep your passengers content, just be sure to make enough to go around.


Cowboy Christmas Cookies
Cowboy Christmas Cookies. Photo by Andrew Cebulka.

Cowboy Christmas Cookies
Loaded with chewy oats, dried cherries and lots of dark chocolate, they are not just for Christmas!

Photo by Jonathan Boncek
Spicy Cheese Straws. Photo by Jonathan Boncek.

Spicy Cheese Straws
If you yearn for something savory, these spicy cheese crackers fit the bill. They are packed with Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and just a touch of hot sauce.


Photo by Rush Jagoe
Chili Roasted Almonds. Photo by Rush Jagoe.

Chili Roasted Almonds
Short on time? No problem. These almonds can be made in approximately 30 minutes.

Benne Wafers
Benne Wafers. Photo by Jennifer Hitchcock.

Benne Wafers
A Charleston tradition, Benne Wafers are a delicate, addictively crunchy cookie sure to please even the pickiest traveler.

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