15 Great Gluten-Free Snacks
Mary’s Gone Crackers Curry Sticks & Twigs
Spice up your snacking routine: These addictive pretzel alternatives are packed with heart-healthy flax seeds and chia seeds (the latest in omega 3-rich superfoods). A touch of curry gives a kick to every crunchy bite.
To buy: $4.50 for 8 ounces, at supermarkets.
French Meadow Bakery Gluten-Free Fudge Brownies
Super moist and fudgy, this brownie is loaded with deep, dark chocolate goodness. The individually wrapped servings make it easy (well, kind of) to curb your craving. Tip: Look for these in the freezer case section.
To buy: $7 for nine brownies, Whole Foods Markets.
Schär Table Crackers
Improbably flaky and satisfying, these European imports have a delicious, almost biscuit-like texture. Bonus: The crackers are wrapped in packages of 6 for maximum freshness.
To buy: $6 for 7.4 ounces, at supermarkets.
Kim & Scott’s Gourmet Gluten-Free Soft Pretzels
Soft, doughy, and salty—these ready-to-bake pretzels hit all the right notes of the classic snack. Though you won’t confuse them with what you’d get at the ballpark, they’re the closest we’ve found yet.
To buy: $6.50 for two pretzels, Whole Foods Markets.
Home Free Soft Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cookies
Made in a facility that’s gluten-, nut-, and dairy-free, these ultra-chewy oatmeal cookies are rich with vanilla and cinnamon.
To buy: $5 for 6 ounces, at supermarkets.
General Mills Gluten-Free Corn Chex
Part of a new gluten-free line of classic cereals, this version is hard to distinguish from the original. Not just for breakfast, it makes a tasty yogurt topper or addition to homemade trail mix.
To buy: $3.50 for 14 ounces, at supermarkets.
A delicious nut-studded mix made by hand in a gluten-free facility. Bonus: The single-serve bags are easy to toss into a lunch box or a gym tote.
To buy: $6.50 for 10.5 ounces, at supermarkets.
Conte’s Gluten-Free Wheat-Free Margherita Pizza With Roasted Garlic and Olive Oil
This rice flour-based dough, spiked with salty Romano cheese, has a satisfying crunch and delicate texture. Silky roasted garlic perks up the standard cheese pie toppings.
To buy: $9 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets.
Back to Nature Multi-Seed Gluten-Free Crackers
Black sesame, poppy, and flax seeds give these crispy brown rice crackers a depth of flavor that puts them miles above their competition. As tasty with a spinach dip as a slab of brie.
To buy: $3 for 4 ounces, at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Julie’s Organic Gluten-Free Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies
An irresistible combination of vanilla ice cream and dark chocolate cookies (made with rice flour), these just may become your favorite frozen treat.
To buy: $5 for four sandwiches, at supermarkets.
Glutino Gluten-Free Pretzel Twists
These mini twists—made with corn and potato starch — have a light, airy consistency and just enough salt.
To buy: $5 for 14.1 ounces, at supermarkets.
Glow Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
Who knew chickpeas made delicious cookies? A mother-daughter duo crafts these thick, crunchy rounds with garbanzo bean flour. Grab a glass of milk and you're set. Not in the mood for chocolate? Try their tasty Snickerdoodle.
To buy: $6 for 5.4 ounces, at natural food stores.
Udi’s Blueberry Muffins
Made with brown rice flour and a generous amount of plump blueberries, these satisfying muffins have a fluffy, cake-like texture. Lemon zest adds a refreshing citrus zing.
To buy: $6 for four muffins, at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Glutino Gluten-Free Cheddar Crackers
These crunchy golden discs have an addictive Cheddar tang, which makes it hard to stop at just one.
To buy: $5 for 4.4 ounces, at supermarkets.