Pack a Snack With Honey Stinger Cracker N’ Nut Butter Snack Bars

There are a million opportunities for snacking on your travels, whether it’s to avoid the airline cuisine (ahem), grab a quick breakfast in your hotel room, have a break on the trail, or even keep on hand for that moment when you know all your travel plans are going wrong.

I’m constantly fine-tuning my ideal snack choices for traveling, but once I tried out the new Honey Stinger Cracker N’ Nut Butter Snack Bars, I was hooked. Now, my bag is stashed with them.

There are three flavor choices: peanut butter and milk chocolate, almond butter and dark chocolate, and cashew butter and milk chocolate. The first two are my favorites, but that may be because I haven’t yet tasted the third (it’s coming soon). Still, I’m a sucker for dark chocolate and peanut butter.

The peanut butter and milk chocolate bar contains organic peanut butter and honey between two multigrain crackers with a touch of sea salt and covered in milk chocolate. The almond butter and dark chocolate bar has organic almond butter and honey sandwiched between two multigrain crackers sprinkled with sea salt and covered in dark chocolate. The cashew butter and milk chocolate bar is exactly like the first bar, but with cashew butter instead of peanut butter.

All three bars weight 1.5 ounces and contain 220 calories. Tuck them in your carry-on, checked bag, or day pack and have them on hand when the hunger pangs strike. Since they’re all covered in chocolate, try to keep them from sitting out in the sun, or else you may have some melting. But chocolate, melted or solid, still tastes the same.

The Honey Stinger Cracker N’ Nut Butter Snack Bars can be purchased in boxes of 12 for $26.40 on the Honey Stinger site. Try them out and find your favorite for travel or home.


Jill Robinson is a freelance writer who lives in a small California beach town near the big wave surf spot, Mavericks. She divides her time between writing about travel, running a kayak business and trying to wring awe-inspiring adventure out of every day. Her articles have been featured in the AFAR, National Geographic Traveler, Outside, the San Francisco Chronicle, and more. Catch up with her adventures on and IG/Twitter at dangerjr.