Thursday, September 29, 2011

A Short Road Trip and a Rudi's Bread Giveaway

This weekend I'm embarking on yet another cross country drive- but this one's different. This one involves a lot more planning and a much bigger truck. We're loading up a 16' truck and moving to Maine.

From Moving 2011

It's home for us so it's an easy move... even the dogs are excited for the change. 

From Moving 2011
As always road trips require special planning for my glutarded needs and this trip is no exception. I've mapped out Whole Foods and PF Chang's along the route and working on healthy snacks. The timing couldn't have been better as Rudi's Gluten Free Bread emailed me with some creative snack ideas. 
I browsed through the files and my eyes jumped to the hot dog bun... dressed in peanut butter and filled with a banana... this is a road trip snack I could get behind- healthy peanut butter and easily portable bananas- score!
How would you make your cross country lunches fun? Leave a comment below, be creative and tell me what kind of Rudi's Bread you'd use to make your lunch with and you can win a coupon for a free loaf of Rudi's and this snazzy container to pack your lunch in.  I'll pick a winner next Monday, October 3rd after 6pm Eastern Time as I'm cruising through Kansas with my furry entourage. 

4 comments:

Ang said...

My favorite portable sandwich is a fluffernutter on Rudi's white bread!

Tee said...

We love grilled cheese on Rudi's multi grain or PB and honey with banana on multi grain. Yummy!

Lindsey said...

Wow! Moving back to the east coast. Hope you have (had) a safe move and are settled in soon. If you guys would ever like to do some hiking or camping in WV (GF-style of course), come on down! We've fired up our blog again, although I've only been posting about every other week. :|
http://gladadventures.blogspot.com

camper said...

Thanks guys,
the winner is...
ANG- please email me at kate.rideout (at)gmail.com so I can send your info to Rudi's.

@Lindsey,
I'm glad you guys are back to blogging! It was a big move cross country and I'm ready to settle back into life in Maine.