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  1. I love that you have experience behind all these suggestions and that the meals are actually filling and good for our bodies! If you know you will get to eat on the sidelines or picnic style, a thermal cooker is the best! If you get a thermal cooker that has two inserts, you can have pipping hot soup and biscuits or ham and beans with warm spice cake for dessert, etc.. I only Have experience with the Saratoga Jack Cooker but there are many choices. I have the largest one and could use another.

    1. Yes! I am so glad you shared that! I thought of it when I first had this post idea, and then forgot to ask you about it! That would be ideal for soccer sidelines!

  2. Wow!
    Quite a list here!

    I’m afraid we generally stick to burritos, scrambled, or a bowl of oatmeal. Seems we are always running out the door.

    I hate eating in the van, but we end up doing it more often than I’d like, on the way to or from somewhere. Somehow, though, it is not as satisfying when you have to eat on the fly. I’m trying to think how to remedy the problem, but in the meantime, you’ve provided a bunch of unique options!

    Thanks for sharing at the Homestead Blog Hop!


  3. Thank you for your post! This is just what I was looking for. Also, I wanted to add that quesadillas might be a great option too.

    1. Yes! We do quesadillas sometimes too. Any you can do all sorts of variations. We do ones we call pizzadillas with pepperoni, cheese and a little spaghetti sauce. We just tried tuna melt quesadillas the other day! Great one!

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