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Be Prepared for Road Trips With Sandwiches and Games

Road trips are back in season. From hiking and camping to beach trips, families are gearing up for months of warm weather filled with exciting outings. As parents plan for busy days on the road, keeping family members energized and entertained often takes some planning. Here are some suggestions to keep everyone happy and well-fed for traveling: * Although keeping kids entertained on the road can be a challenge for any parent, leave the house prepared. Bring books and music that the whole family will enjoy, and don't forget about classic games such as "I Spy" and "Go Fish." * When packing food for a day trip, keep it simple.

Fill a cooler with a variety of sliced fruits and veggies stored in plastic baggies for hassle-free munching. Include drinkable yogurts, individually wrapped cheese slices and granola bars. For a hearty snack or meal while on the go, try Smucker's Peanut Butter and Jelly Uncrustables sandwiches, made with peanut butter and either grape jelly or strawberry jam sealed within white bread. These thaw-and-serve sandwiches are individually wrapped. Store them in the freezer, along with extra fruit juice containers and water bottles, and add them to the cooler before hitting the road.

By lunchtime, the drinks and sandwiches will be ready. * If a long road trip is in store, plan for several stops throughout the day. Giving kids - and parents - time outside of the car will help everyone stay energized throughout the drive. - NU.


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