5 Of The Best Snacks For Hiking (That Won’t Break Your Teeth)
Go to your local grocery store or outdoor heaven and you can choose from a creative array of quickie snacks. Unfortunately, all too easily, they may involve follow-up with a dentist, owing to the “crunch and chew” consistency. Let’s nip the tooth-smashing in the bud with 5 of the best snacks for hiking to get you through a long walk, snowshoe, bike, ranger talk….
If you’d like to read up on 5 more, get right to it at: 5 Lip-Smacking Pack Snacks That Won’t Create A Dental Bill.
Back to 5 of the best snacks for hiking…
#1 Evidently, Nature’s Bakery fig bars are at the top of the list.
Yes, sirreeeee… These days they jump off the shelves at you in alternative stores, with colorful one-serve packages and novel takes on the “fig newton” standby. Sometimes, they don’t even involve figs. Just enough zip to get your through another hour of hiking.
#2 Babybel cheese rounds
If a sweet tooth has gone the way of your childhood, cheese might make you feel groovy.
#3 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish
Comes in a single-serving package.
#4 Untapped maple syrup (new concept!)
Highly-endowed with sweetness, but share your thoughts in “Comments”. Combining with some protein might be a good idea.
#5 Fruit leather
Pretty much the flattest thing you can put in your pack. Cheap, too.
Combine the best snacks for hiking
Try to combine 2 or more of these snacks, especially on longer trips, so you get a combination of fats, carbs, and proteins.
Caution: Muddy Boots and/or Dusty Car Muddy Boots are in no way accountable for broken teeth, false, real, caps, inlays, bridges, whatever….
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