6 New Gluten-Free Foods That Actually Taste Good
Blue Diamond Artisan Sesame Seed Nut Thins
Top these nutty brown rice and almond crackers—spiked with crunchy sesame seeds—with your favorite hummus or flavored cream cheese.
To buy: $3 for one 4.25-ounce box, at supermarkets.
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Ginnybakes Chocolate Chip Love Go-Pack
Buttery and sweet, these cookies are a celiac’s dream milk-dunking treat.
To buy: $2.30 for one pack of 2 cookies, at Whole Foods Markets and natural food stores.
Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Muesli
Muesli is the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach to breakfast. A serving is packed with chewy gluten-free oats, flaky coconut, tart dried fruit, and crunchy pumpkin and sunflower seeds. Try a bowl with almond or oat milk.
To buy: $6 for a 16-ounce bag, at supermarkets.
Van’s Honey Nut Crunch
Gluten-free can mean cardboard-like cereals, but not here. These puffy squares are rich in fiber with a touch of sweetness from the honey.
To buy: $4 for one 11-ounce box, at supermarkets.
Crunchmaster Sea Salt Multi-Grain Crisps
These salty whole-grain crisps are made with a mixture of gluten-free flours (including brown rice, oat, and millet) and crunchy flax seeds for addictive snacking.
To buy: $2.60 for one 3.54-ounce box, at supermarkets.