13 On-The-Go Sukkot Snacks

Kosher.com Staff September 29, 2023

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Eating in the Sukkah over Yom Tov is a privilege, a beautiful experience, and the most recommended situation for this time of year. That being said, we do find ourselves on long bus rides, car rides, or even planes during Chol Hamoed week. If you have any men over the age of 13 or anyone else that might get the munchies, it’s hard to wait until you reach the closest Sukkah. Therefore, we have rounded up a selection of “mezonos”-free snacks to bring along for the ride. You’ve got your sweet, your savory, and your easy-to-eat goods to keep your family happy during your travels! A gut moed.

1. Homemade Beef Jerky by Kosher.com Staff

Making beef jerky at home in your own kitchen is so much easier than you may have guessed. It takes some time, but almost the entire preparation is hands-off. Just an easy marinade and a good few hours cooking low and slow in the oven.

2. Almond Butter Date Bars (Sweet Endings) by Rorie Weisberg

What makes these Sweet Endings special is how satisfying they are — both in flavor and in macronutrient profile. The sweet-salty interplay gives you that oomph right away, and the protein and healthy fats help you stay fuller into the night.

3. Eat-the-Veggies Honey Mustard Dip by Nechama Norman

One way to get kids to eat their veggies is to let them make their own veggie dip. Kids can help whisk the ingredients together! The sweetness of the honey makes this very kid-friendly. If you are not a mayo fan, try subbing 2% plain Greek yogurt.

4. Munchy Crunchy Acorn Squash Chips by Rachel Weiss

5. Paleo Crackers by Elizabeth McGaw

These are a little chewy in the center, but the edges are crispy. They’re like a lovely combination of a cracker, wafer, and soft cookie. Slather these with butter or ghee, and you will be one happy camper. These would also be good dipped like a chip with some salsa or guacamole. You might want to play around with how thick or thin you like them—try it a few ways before you settle on your favorite!

For a dairy-free paleo cracker recipe, try Naomi TGIS’s 3-ingredient Passover crackers.

6. Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Bars by Beth Warren

Try this dairy-free, gluten-free, high-protein and high-fiber bar with the perfect level of less-processed sweetness.

7. Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies by Rivki Rabinowitz

These are definitely a healthier version of a cookie – but be forewarned, I’ve never had just one!!!

8. Grain-Free, Gluten-Free Brownies by Elizabeth L. Mandelbaum

9. Fruit Leather by Chanie Nayman

My favorite fruits for this recipe are strawberries, mango, apricot, and kiwi. Mix and match as you please.

Here are some other cute ways to have fun with your fruits.

10. Rorie’s Trail Mix by Rorie Weisberg

Prepare individual bags of the mix for easy grab-and-go. Feel free to personalize your trail mix by adding kale chips, seeds or other air-dried fruit, like strawberries, peaches or a combination.

11. PB&J the Adult Way by Meir Goldberg

12. Banana Nut Butter Muffins by Rorie Weisberg

These banana nut butter muffins are revolutionary. They have no added sugar and not even gluten-free flour, but they don’t taste like they’re missing anything! You have to taste one to believe it. I eat one most mornings with my breakfast smoothie, my husband grabs two on his way to work, and I love offering them to my kids as a healthy after-supper snack. What better way to enjoy all the stuff that’s good for you? See it come to life here.

For another variation try this simple banana bread recipe by Brynie Greisman.

13. Two-Ingredient Flaxseed Crackers by Devorah Raskin

You can pair these crackers on the go for lunch with chummus, techina, pesto, cheese, a nut butter, the options are endless. These crackers are a great source of fiber and omega 3s, and are also low-carb. They have become a part of my weekly meal prep, and we always have them stocked in the fridge, and you will soon, too – so let’s get started!

For more great keto recipes, see our Essential Keto Recipes roundup.