Hoping someone can help.
We fly out Sunday and I'm trying to think of healthy snacks to take on the plane.
The last time we went away Dd was so little this time food will buy us some time so what can I take that's quite healthy.
Thanks in advance
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06-01-2014 15:53 #1
Snacks on plane for toddler?
06-01-2014 15:56 #2
I know on international flights you get given snacks. How about some packaged fruit. Small biscuit packs, muesli bars, good to chew on something so the take off and landing doesn't hurt. I know looking in the aisles might help. I did that. Good luck and have a safe trip. Enjoy.
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06-01-2014 15:57 #3
Things you can ration one at a time like grapes or blueberries. Our guy who is 22 months spent about 40 mins on our flight last weekend trying to devour an apple!! Otherwise the bread roll they have with our meals occupied him for a while too.
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06-01-2014 16:05 #4
Not sure where you are but freeze dried fruit is a brilliant snack - I get mine from my local IGA or if you near the city or Bondi go to Happy Lab - better than dried fruit as it has less sugar and no sulphites
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06-01-2014 16:07 #5
Following, we fly out on thurs with a 2.75 year old and a 12month old. We are going international but chose seat and bag option so no meal provided
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06-01-2014 16:10 #6
Yoghurt drops are great! And the apple chip thingies that Bellamy's make
ESPECIALLY something new - it will keep them distracted and can be used as bribes (yes, I did that for our 26hr journey & don't regret it )
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06-01-2014 16:34 #7
Great ideas thanks
06-01-2014 17:22 #8
My daughter is a big eater so we took a big selection sultanas, mini cheese and bacon rolls, dried fruits, breadsticks, rice crackers and fruit (blueberries and grapes)
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06-01-2014 17:31 #9
Sorry totally OT but I read the titles as "Snakes on plane for toddler" and it made me LOL.
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