Gluten Free Travel Foods

Far from home…

No matter where, when, how and for how long you’re travelling, when you’re on a strict gluten free diet having at least some safe, gluten free supplies with you is a must. We can’t always rely on finding some place safe to eat or buy food, especially when we can’t be as flexible as travellers without dietary restrictions.  Here are some of the gluten free foods I take when I’m on my gluten free travels. What do you pack?

Gluten free foods I take a variety of on most gluten free trips

  • Lara bars(US), Eat Natural bars (UK) or other gluten free bars
  • Gluten free crackers
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Dried fruit
  • Cold breakfast cereal
  • Rice cakes (plain and flavoured)
  • Packets of peanut butter/nut butter/jam
  • Spices
  • Tea bags
  • Popcorn
  • Corn/rice chips
  • Gluten free soups (which just require hot water)

Gluten free travel foods to be eaten within a day or two – Good for flying with or to eat early on when road tripping

  • Fresh fruit
  • Chopped up veggies
  • Avocado
  • Hummus/other gluten free dips
  • Boiled eggs
  • Cooked bacon/sausage/chicken
  • Sushi
  • Home-made gluten free sandwich
  • Corn tortillas
  • Gluten free bread

Gluten free travel foods which will last for days/weeks – Useful if you’re headed to a destination where it will be difficult to find safe, cross contamination free, gluten free food.

  • Rice
  • Quinoa
  • Corn meal/polenta
  • Canned or dry beans/lentils
  • Canned veggies
  • Canned tuna
  • Hot cereal
  • Jar of peanut butter/other nut butter
  • Gluten free pasta
  • Spices
  • Breakfast cereal
  • Granola
  • Home-made trail mix
  • Nuts, seeds and dried fruit
  • Gluten free crackers
  • Rice cakes
  • Tea bags/coffee




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