Best Gluten Free Snacks
Snacking is a must while in quarantine, but being unhealthy is not.
Quarantine has got us all snacking right now.
Working from home is just chock full of snacking opportunities, and chances are you're stacking up on snacks just as much as toilet paper when you hit the grocery store. Snacks don't need to be unhealthy to be delicious, though, and you're definitely not trying to emerge from this quarantine with pimples and a gut. Here's a list of the best gluten-free snacks for your quarantine pleasure, so you don't have to feel guilty.
Creative Snacks Almond Clusters
Packed with protein, Creative Snacks Almond Clusters are bursting with flavor. With nothing but almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds, these snacks will have you addicted for all the right reasons.
Gluten-free, GMO free and Vegan, Heavenly Hunks Oatmeal Chocoalte Chip Squares are guaranteed to make your mouth water. They aren't so much cookies as they are chunks of what looks like cookie dough.
Billed as a “No Bullsh*t" granola bar, RXBars have taken off in recent years as a result of their wholesome ingredients. With mouth-watering ingredients from Mint Chocolate to Coffee, the short ingredient list is located right on the front of the package, so you know what you're getting every time.
Made strictly from Cauliflower and other real veggies, these crackers are just as savory as those Cheez-Its. Plant-based with vegan ingredients, these NON-GMO verified crackers come in cheddar, nacho, sea salt, and even pizza.
Quakers is already a classic and trustworthy brand of snacks, but their salt & lime rice crisps are truly amazing. Made with corn and whole grain brown rice, these GF crisps have no high fructose corn syrup and are low fat and low cholesterol. Additional flavors include buttermilk ranch and sweet barbecue.
Gluten Free, Dairy free and USDA certified, these raw chocolate superfoods are for anyone who has a insatiable sweet tooth. Made with fresh cacao, these bites are extremely rich and savory, but without all the bad chemicals of a Hershey's bar.