The 20 Best Gluten-Free Snacks You Can Buy on Amazon
Luckily, a life without gluten doesn’t mean a life without snacks. There are approximately 3 billion gluten-free options to choose from. How do you narrow it down to the most munchable? Easy: We trolled Amazon to find the 20 best gluten-free snacks you can buy.
1. Doctor in the Kitchen Flackers Organic Flax Seed Crackers
They’re hearty enough to withstand dipping (in hummus or guac, your choice), and the ingredient list has just five items instead of a bunch of things you can’t pronounce. They’re high in fiber, protein and omega-3s, and while we’re partial to rosemary, you can’t go wrong with sea salt either.
2. KIND Bars
Nothing against regular granola bars, but we’re over the ate-one-and-still-hungry situation. A nut-filled bar, on the other hand, will tide us over until dinnertime. (Give the Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt variety a whirl—you won’t be disappointed.)
3. Annie’s Gluten-Free Cocoa and Vanilla Bunny Cookies
Nope, these cuties aren’t just for the under-2 set. They’re made with rice and corn flours and without high fructose corn syrup, synthetic preservatives or artificial flavors. Plus, they’re adorable.
4. Mary’s Gone Crackers Herb Crackers
Don’t take it from just us: These crunchy guys have a cult following. PureWow fashion editor Dena Silver says, “These hyper-healthy crackers (packed with brown rice, flax and 100 percent whole grain) taste anything but that. They’ve got just the right mix of spices to avoid being bland and offer the satisfying crunch you’re craving at 3 p.m.”
5. Peeled Snacks Gently Dried Organic Mango
With only one ingredient listed on the package (mango), this is a gluten-free snack you can feel good about eating. We like that they are chewy but don’t stick to your teeth, and we like them even more when we sprinkle them with a bit of cayenne.
6. The Good Bean Dried Chickpeas, Six-Flavor Variety Pack
Crispy, crunchy dried chickpeas are a no-brainer snack. They’re satisfying to munch on and full of satiating protein. We can’t decide on just one of the six flavors, so we’re springing for the variety pack (hummus, barbecue, cinnamon, sea salt, chili lime and Thai coconut).
7. Angie’s Boomchickapop Sweet and Salty Kettle Corn
We like our snacks sweet but not too sweet, and this kettle corn fits the bill. Plus, a two-cup serving clocks in at just 140 calories.
8. Dang Toasted Coconut Chips, Variety Pack
What’ll it be? Original, salted caramel, salted chocolate or lightly salted? Or how about all four? (Psst: They’re also delicious sprinkled on yogurt or ice cream.)
9. Pirate’s Booty Aged White Cheddar
Real aged cheddar? Check. Baked and not fried? Double check. Yep, we’re ordering two cases of this stuff.
10. Snyder’s of Hanover Gluten-Free Pretzel Sticks
Not all gluten-free pretzels are created equal. These have a crispy texture and just enough salt, so they’re our top choice for dipping into peanut butter or eating straight from the bag.
11. Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs
Is there anything the humble chickpea can’t do? Not only are these puffs gluten-free, but the company also gives back to local charities (a great excuse to breeze through another bag of the Nacho Vibes flavor).
12. Sahale Snacks Pomegranate Flavored Pistachios Glazed Mix
Roasted nuts don’t have to be boring. These are lightly glazed for a hint of sweetness that’s not cloying and tossed in a savory blend of lemon, pepper, pomegranate and Moroccan spices.
13. Rhythm Superfoods Organic Kale Chips
Air-crisped instead of fried, this is the easiest way to eat your greens. It doesn’t hurt that they’re sprinkled with tahini, lemon and salt—yum.
14. Tate’s Bake Shop Thin & Crispy Cookies, Gluten-Free Variety Pack
Sometimes you want a cookie and nothing else will do. For those times, know that Tate’s makes gluten-free versions of their signature crispy cookies that taste just as good as the real thing.
15. Harvest Snaps Green Pea Snack Crisps
If we’re being honest, these had us at wasabi ranch, but the crunchy texture is a close second.
16. Annie Chun’s Baked Gochujang Seaweed Crisps
We know that seaweed snacks can be hit or miss, but we promise these don’t taste like an aquarium. The dusting of gochujang (a fermented Korean chili paste) is spicy, sweet and funky all at once. (Read: You’ll want seconds.)
17. Quaker Lightly Salted Rice Cakes
What can we say? They’re a classic for a reason. Slather one in peanut butter, drizzle on some honey, top with flaky salt and your afternoon just got *that much* better.
18. Lance Gluten-Free Bite-Size Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers
Remember your all-time favorite car snack as a kid? Yep, there’s a gluten-free version.
19. Pamela’s Mission Fig Figgies and Jammies
We can’t stop saying “Figgies and Jammies,” and that’s reason enough to buy them. They also come in blueberry and fig or raspberry and fig if you want to get fancy.
20. Trader Joe’s Soft-Baked Snickerdoodles
Trader Joe’s does it again, this time with allergen-free cookies. Swoon.