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next time I'll also bring a small package of peanut butter

depending on the discretion of your TSA screener, this can be considered Liquid/Gel, as is yogurt.

peanut butter on a sandwich - OK
Peanut butter in a jar- Not OK

peanut butter in a small package - I would make it 3oz or less and put it in the baggie just to be safe...

and to the OP- Individual Cheese sticks (like the ones for kid lunches), if you eat meat- beef jerky, carrot sticks (soak overnight in water and they won't dry out) & pepper strips, and I third the wrap suggestion - just keep it mostly *dry*

and your DH is right - 90 minutes between flights, depending on the airport (ATL), may be *just* enough time.*

peace & snacks

* example - plane lands at 12:00 - next flight departs at 1:30
12:00 plane is at gate (if on time)
12:05 door to plane is opened
12:07 - 12:30 actually get off the plane
(depending on seat location, size of the plane, and speed of everyone else in front of you)

determine next gate (which i suggest you do from your phone while waiting to deplane)- get there by any combination of walk, tram, moving walkway - again, this could be 90 seconds or 20 minutes

12:55 boarding process begins for second flight
1:05 if your husband has any status, this is when you board in order to ensure your carry on has a spot
1:15-20 Boarding can be denied at this point and your ticket can be given away
1:25 the door is closed
1:30 take off

so there is the potential, even if everything is on time, that you *might* have as little as 10-15 minutes and one can stand in line for that long trying to get a meal in an airport.
This does not include using the toilet.
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