Delicious Gluten-Free Snacks You Need To Know About

Going gluten-free might be a definite trend right now, but for those who have suffered from celiac disease for as long as they can remember, finding wheat-free snacks can prove to be quite a challenge. Nowadays, food companies are realizing that those afflicted with wheat-allergies are a growing number, as the amount of gluten-free alternatives are on the rise. For savory snacks that are truly allergen-free, munch on any of these 15 products for a refreshing treat. - Courtney Leiva

1. I Heart Keenwah

Quinoa happens to be one of nature’s best superfoods, so don’t be shy to guzzle up these gluten-free goodies which are high in fiber and rich in protein.  ($59.98 for 12 bags, iheartkeenwah.com)

2. Caveman Cookies

Both dairy and gluten free, these scrumptious cookies come in a variety of different flavors including tropical and rainforest inspired variations.  ($6.25-$67.50, cavemancookies.com)

3. Kitchen Table Bakers Crisps

Made with healthy ingredients such as chia and caraway seeds, these handmade cheese crisps won’t have you missing those wheat crackers. ($5.99, kitchentablebakers.com)

4. Chunkie Dunkies

Craving some raw foods? These guilt-free cookies will make your mouth water with yummy flavors (we love carrot cake!) that will truly tantalize your tastebuds. ($9 for package of 8, chunkiedunkies.com)

5. Mark Bar

When you’re on the go, make these nutritious snack bars a staple inside your handbag.  ($24, markbars.com)

6. Glutino Pretzel Chips

Gluten free pretzels? No problem!  ($5.29, glutino.com)

7. Nutty Steph’s Maple Almond Granola

This maple almond granola is sure to be your next breakfast favorite. ($12, nuttystephs.com)

8. Dana’s Gluten-Free Macaroons

Made with almond flour, these delectable gluten-free macaroons make do for any special occasion. ($30 a dozen, danasbakery.com)

9. Wink Frozen Desserts

With only 25 calories, this allergen-free ice cream satisfies any sweet tooth. ($5-$7, winkfrozendesserts.com)

10. Sun Cups

These nut and gluten-free treats use sunflower butter to create one seriously amazing peanut butter cup alternative. ($1.99-$20, suncups.com)

11. USANA Society Snacks

High in protein and created with absolutely no gluten, indulge in the Fudge Delite and ChocoChip flavors. ($32.95 for a box of 14, usana.com)

12. Carrington Farms Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

If baking is your thing, try out this gluten-free alternative to butter or fat. ($7.99, carringtonfarms.com)

13. ThinkThin Protein Bars

20 grams of protein are just one of the many things to enjoy about these gluten-free meal replacement bars. ($1.99 each, thinkproducts.com)

14. Go Bites

Whether you are vegetarian or gluten-free, these 26 snack packs are loaded in fiber and healthy fats. ($27.86 a month, gobites.com)

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  • princess159:

    Great mmm!

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    Rita:

    Nice

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  • Corrinne:

    Yum

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  • Ruben Sanchez Jt:

    Yikes, i typed too fast…..no frowns, MARK BARS taste GREAT! :-) :-) :-)

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  • Ruben Sanchez Jt:

    MARK BARS are the best, they satisfy your humger and are great for both pre- and post- workout fuel! :-(

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    sophiesant10:

    Use coconut oil for anything its awesome

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    sophiesant10:

    Mmm chunki dunkies

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  • jane14:

    i should get some mark bars for my late afternoon snacks

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  • jane14:

    the chunkie dunkies look sooo good

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  • jane14:

    i love pretzels…i must look these Glutino Pretzel Chips up

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  • jane14:

    what exactly do you do with quinoa?? do you cook it? do you eat it with your cereal? ive heard of it before but never knew exactly what it looked like…so i think ill be doing some research on this soon

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    1. pam:

      Cook Tri-Color Quinoa from Trader Joes as directed on package, but add some salsa for part of the liquid and a can of gluten free black beans. On your plate add more salsa and shredded cheese. Yummy!

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  • jane14:

    ive never tried any of these items

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  • penelope:

    mmmm my mouth is watering

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  • Christina:

    Mmmmm, GoBites

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  • Christina:

    I’m a fan of coconut oil.

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  • Christina:

    Caveman Cookies sound like they would work for paleo.

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  • Christina:

    Quinoa is yummy and versatile.

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  • Marie Taylor:

    This is great! we need more of these lists SERIOUSLY lol….and I can almost taste those suncups just by looking at them! lol :) .

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    1. Christina:

      They look so goooood.

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