Traveling while on Whole30 can be a challenge, but it is most definitely doable if you have a plan! My husband and I recently bought a pop up camper and we are LOVING the glamping life! When we bought the camper over the summer our goal was to take it out once a month. We’ve already had so many fun adventures, and we’ve got a few trips planned for the spring before baby number 3 arrives. We plan out our trips well in advance so that we can have ample time to reserve a camp site and get my hubby’s work schedule to cooperate. When I started Whole30 this month, I did so knowing that we’d be headed to the beach for 4 days.
Here’s my two naked crazy kids swimming in the ocean in 63 degree weather!
Typically when we camp there’s very little that’s off-limits. We do it all… smores, alcohol, chips galore, and the word “no,” isn’t often in our food vocabulary. I knew full well this camp trip would be different. Luckily, we camped with two other families, and four of the women that went were participating in January Whole30. We divided up the dinners and really had some amazing Whole30 meals at the camp site!
Our little pop up comes with a stove, oven, and even a microwave. We did hot breakfast in the camper every morning.
We were really spoiled and had access to pretty much a full kitchen, BUT even if you’re traveling and have limited opportunities for cooking, this list should still help you with a few different options for Whole30 on the go!
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Dry foods that do NOT require refrigeration
- Trader Joe’s Whole30 Compliant Plantain Chips
- Jackson’s Honest Sweet Potato Chips
- Stay Fit Mom Homemade Larabars (make ahead of time).
- Rx Bars
- Larabars: Be sure and read your lables. Not all flavors are Whole30 compliant.
- Bare Crunchy Apple Chips
- Justin’s Classic Almond Butter Packets
- Epic Bars
- GoGo Apple Sauce Squeez
- Trader Joe’s Raw Almonds
- Navita’s Natural Organic Raw Cashews
- Berries (I always pack a good mix of strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries)
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Bell peppers
- Cooked Sweet potato
- Watermelon, cantaloupe, any other melons
- Bag of spinach for salad or to lay under tuna
- Tessemae’s All Natural BBQ Sauce
- Tessemae’s All Natural Ranch
- Whole Sister’s Dump Ranch (make it yourself)
- Nom Nom Paleo’s Chimichurri Sauce
- Wholly Guacamole (find it at Costco, Walmart or Kroger)
- Hard boiled eggs
- Stay Fit Mom Paleo Deviled Eggs
- Turkey or Tuna Salad from Stay Fit Mom
Easy Meals that can be prepped ahead if you access to a stove, grill or microwave!
- Applegate Hotdogs
- Pre-cooked Chicken
- Stay Fit Mom’s No bean Turkey Chili
- Stay Fit Mom’s Easy Homestyle Paleo Spaghetti
As I said before, traveling on Whole30 isn’t always the easiest, but you can do it! Wishing you the happiest of travels and a continued smooth Whole30 Journey!
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