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100 Gluten Free Snack Ideas

Written by Sharla Kostelyk this was initially published at thechaosandtheclutter.com. This is a great list to print, keep on hand, and refer to for all of your gluten free snacking needs!

Gluten Free Snack Ideas
carrots, cucumbers, celery
carrots with honey mustard dip
apples
rice crackers and cheese
gluten free snack mix (link to recipe)
rice crackers and hummus
apples and caramel
frozen grapes
sweet potato fries (homemade or by Alexia)
sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds
peanut butter, hummus, or baba ghanouj on rice cakes
oranges
salsa and tortilla chips
guacamole and tortilla chips
hard boiled eggs
popcorn
popsicles
cream cheese on a rice cake, topped with jam
pudding
jello
gluten free Chex mix (link to recipe)
Glutino pretzels
trail mix (Gorilla Munch, mini marshmallows, raisins, sunflower seeds, nuts)
pickles
chocolate milk
gluten free rice krispie squares (these can be made ahead, cut up, and frozen)
peppers
pineapple
cottage cheese
zucchini
gluten free cookies
applesauce
homemade lunchables (gluten free sausage, cheese, rice crackers)
bananas
snap peas
broccoli or cauliflower with dip
yogourt or frozen yogourt
tzatziki with red peppers
garbanzo beans
fruit leather
gluten free luncheon meat rolled up in lettuce
pickled asparagus, carrots, or jarred olives
kiwi, cantaloupe, honeydew, strawberries, grapes, cherries
frozen berries
fruit salad
Sensible Portions Veggie Straws or Veggie Chips
Surprise Spread with tortilla chips or rice crackers
gluten free mini muffins made ahead and frozen
Udi’s gluten free cinnamon buns
Monkey Munch made with gf Chex
dried mangoes or pineapple
quesadillas made with Udi’s gf tortillas
kale chips
apple sandwiches – spread apple slice with peanut or almond butter, sprinkle with gf granola, raisins, coconut, chocolate chips, or mini marshmallows and top with another apple slice
smoothies
fruit kabob
ants on a log – celery stick filled with peanut butter, almond butter or cream cheese and topped with raisins
frozen yogourt made either by freezing drops on a cookie sheet or by filling fun shaped ice cube containers and freezing them
snow ice cream (link to recipe)
dry gf cereal
Udi’s gf granola on yogourt or applesauce
pickled beets, carrots, beans or asparagus
fruit salad
frozen yogourt dipped strawberries or blueberries
parmesan crisps
chickpeas roasted with olive oil, paprika or cayenne or curry and garlic
baked egg in avocado – half an avocado, crack egg in center, sprinkle with pepper, salt and cheese and bake until egg is cooked
devilled eggs
shrimp cocktail
black or green olives
toast made with gf bread
California rolls
potato puffs
tuna salad wrapped in lettuce
microwave s’mores using gf graham crackers
gf bacon wrapped dates – secure with a toothpick and bake
baby tomato, cheese and gherkin pickle on a toothpick
edamame beans
red and yellow peppers
pineapple slices
organic tortilla chips
gluten free sausage
four cheese rice crackers
orange slices
sushi
gluten free Granola Muffins (link to recipe)
mini pizzas made on a gluten free English muffin
gf luncheon meat and cheese or cream cheese rolled in a gf tortilla
banana sliced down middle and filled with peanut or almond butter
pomegranate seeds
greek salad or quinoa greek salad (link to recipe)
gluten free granola bars
gluten free brownies (Udi’s makes good ones and the mix from Bulk Barn is good too)

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