• I can eat an entire bag of Mary’s Gone Crackers Gluten Free Sticks & Twigs Sea Salt Pretzels in one sitting. I won’t. But I could. And I bet you could too. They’re that good. I am not an affiliate. I have nothing to gain other than your undying love and devotion for introducing you to them. Mighty strong words for a silly stick. But once you taste these, you’ll understand what I’m talking about. Plain. Dipped in hummus. Accompaniment to a salad. Spread with a thin layer of almond butter. They are divine. They have just that right combination of salt and crunch to satisfy anyone jonesing for a potato chip. Only they’re MUCH healthier. Brown rice, quinoa, sesame seeds, flax seeds, amaranth, millet and a few other ingredients. Great fiber, lots of super uber nutrition in a little stick. And unlike potato chips, the saturated fat in these sticks & twigs is negligible, hardly worth mentioning. pretzel_seasalt_0 I also happen to love the Snyder’s Gluten Free Pretzel Sticks. But their ingredient list leaves this Gluten Free Diva health coach scrambling for the hills. Oh, I’ll still eat them. But not a steady diet of them. They are pure simple carbs and nothing more. They really have no redeeming qualities other than that they’re delicious. 8ozGFSTICKS So, do tell. What are some of your favorite gluten free snacks? P.S. Don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter. See the box in the right column with the bright green header. Just add your name and email and after you confirm your email address, you’ll immediately get 3 Gluten Free Bread recipes from me – my favorite ones. FREE!
    • zebe

      I like having the GF pretzels as an equivalent to saltines. If I’m having a bad stomach day, it is nice to finally have something bland that I can eat to just fill & coat my stomach for a bit. Nut Thins and the seasame/rice/flax crackers just don’t do it for me, when I’m not sure my stomach can handle much of anything. I’m thankful to have something really basic to fall back on sometimes.

    • http://thegreatgordino.com The Great Gordino

      Hi Ellen,
      Is gluten free easy to get in the US?
      Here in the UK it is a growing market, but still viewed as a ‘niche’ section in supermarkets.

      Cheers,
      Gordon

    • http://www.lemonzestmarketing.com Joan M

      Thanks! I will look for these–they sound great, and I need to make better transitions to healthier eating. And, I plan to share with some friends who have gluten allergies.

      Today in my blog, I listed taking care of your body as the #1 tip to a better life: http://www.lemonzestmarketing.com/zestyourlifeblog.php?s=improve-your-life-with-these-5-tips

    • Hailey

      Immaculate brand gluten free, dairy free chocolate chip cookies. I’m sure they’re make of not-very-nutritious things, but they are SO delicious.

    • http://www.cherylcampbell.ca Cheryl

      Thank you so much for the post! My problem is finding gluten free products! Now I have found some!

    • http://www.pamperedchef.biz/shashmclaughlin Sharon

      I’m a big fan of Glutino Crackers (Plain or Cheese). Great with hummus, cheese,or nut butter.

    • http://dothurleyblog.com Dot Hurley

      Like Gordon mentioned, here in the UK gluten free products are not so widely available and those that we do have are not generally that good. I generally advise my clients to go without rather than accept inferior substitutes. Personally I make my own flax crackers which fill that gap.

    • http://www.godairyfree.org Alisa Fleming

      So great to see you back posting again Ellen! I can’t say that I’ve found a favorite packaged snack, but there are a few bars that I’ve been loving lately when out skiing and schtuff :)

    • http://lifeneedsedits.com Laura

      I looveeee Lentil Chips/Lentil Crackers from Mediterranean Snacks! They are great plain, with some hummus, or cheese.

    • http://www.whiskedawaygf.com Kendall

      Ooh I am a big Snyders fan, but I have never had the Mary’s Gone Crackers Gluten Free Sticks, I can’t wait to give them a try! My local Albertsons recently added Glutino Bagel Chips to their gluten free aisle and I love them. I used to adore Melba Toast crackers and these are the closest I have found.

      Thanks for the suggestions!

    • christy

      My favorite snack is Enjoy Life’s Cocoa Loco bars. They’re low sugar with a heavenly chocolate flavor, have vitamins and are all-natural. Great when you get a sugar craving!

    • Kelly

      Flamous brand Falafel Chips. Divine!

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