And I get sick of trail mix very quickly (I know that's the easiest answer).
I frequently need to get together a whole bunch of food at a time for a long trip (a month or two for multiple people). We do cook once or twice a day, but it's hard to eat enough at a time or have a big enough pot, so most calories end up coming from snacks. In the past, I've often run out of time and bought a bunch of potato chips, candy bars, granola bars, pilot bread, cookies, etc... from costco.
But now that I have small children eating with me, there's more incentive to do a little better. High fat food is great, but I don't want stuff that's too sweet (like pretty much all commercial bars), or full of odd chemicals, or expensive.
Anyone have recipes to make various bar or cracker type things (not crumbly is best, so a toddler can eat without much waste) that are not too sweet, that I can make a lot of without too much effort?