30 Gluten-Free Snacks and Treats

With the onslaught of people getting diagnosed with Celiac disease and gluten sensitivities, there is an increasing need for more gluten-free food. Eating gluten-free can be quite easy if you are in control of the kitchen, and if you just equip yourself with a few items like a high powered blender, food processor, nuts and nut butters, dates, and maybe even beans. Eating at potlucks and restaurants can be a challenge, although more restaurants are picking up on the need for gluten-free choices.

Jonathan and I are going to be eliminating gluten for a week or two, in the next few weeks. Jonathan was inspired by the lecture Wheat Belly (watch it free here) to eliminate wheat, and I want to see if it is contributing to any digestive issues in me. So I thought this would be a great time to compile a gluten-free snacks and treats list.

 30 gluten-free snacks and treats

So much of the Standard American Diet centers on white flour products which have been stripped of nutrients and spike the blood sugar. Our family is not gluten-free but we see the need to diversify and not rely on white flour or even whole wheat flour all of the time. So I don’t buy bread. I think I’ve bought one loaf in five year. If we eat bread at home, it’s sourdough bread I’ve made so it’s soaked and easier to digest. We do buy multi-grain or whole wheat flour tortillas, though. They are just so convenient! I do want to look for a gluten-free alternative, though, because I do think I need to try to go gluten-free for a week or a month. I want to find something that wraps better than a corn tortilla. We’ll see.

So I’ve complied a list of 30 gluten-free snacks. Additionally many of these recipes are egg-free, dairy-free, and vegan.

Almond Butter Bread

4 Ingredient Chewy Almond Butter Granola Bar

4 Ingredient Almond Butter Granola Bar Recipe 4 Ingredient, GF, DF


Double Chocolate Energy Bars, G-F, D-F, V

Double Chocolate Date Energy Bars, Raw, Vegan, Gluten-free

Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free

Gluten-Free Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins Dairy-Free, Egg-Free

Yogurt Honey Fruit Dip

Fruit Dip

3 Ingredient Healthified Chocolate Crispy Treats


Homemade Fruit Leather in the Oven

Homemade Fruit Leather in the Oven Easy Trail Mix Recipe

5 Ingredient Trail Mix Raw Vegan 3 Ingredient Lara Bar Ball Recipe

Lara Bar Balls

4 Ingredient Chocolate Coconut Delights

4 Ingredient Coconut Delights with Dates 4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Peanut Butter Granola Bar 4 ingredient

No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie Bite Recipe

Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie Bite Homemade Crock-Pot Yogurt Recipe

Granola and Chocolate Yogurt

No Flour Black Bean Brownies

No Flour Black Bean Brownies

KIND-Inspired Bars KIND-Inspired Bars with a Drizzled with Chocolate

Banana “Ice Cream”

Dairy-free Banana Ice Cream | practical-stewardship.com

No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie Bars, G-F, D-F

No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie Bars

4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies, G-F

4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies

Grain-free Chocolate Chip Cookies with a Secret Ingredient

No Flour Chocolate Chip Blender Cookies Gluten-Free, Grain-Free

4 Ingredient Amaretti Cookies, G-F, Egg-Fr, D-F

Amaretti Cookies, G-F, Egg-Fr, D-F, V

No Flour Crock-pot Brownies (Oven-Baked and Vegan Options)

Vegan Brownies, Egg-Free, Crock-pot

Apples or Bananas with Nut Butter and Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chips or Nuts


Guacamole Recipe


Easy Pizza Hummus

pizza hummus

Basic Hummus Recipe

Easy Hummus @ practical-stewardship.com

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Vegan

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Recipe

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Frugal & Easy Stove Top Popcorn with a Cost Breakdown

Stove Top Popcorn


Slow Cooker Salsa

Crock Pot Salsa


Cucumber Peach Salsa

Cucumber Peach Salsa w/Cilantro

This is not to mention the slough of smoothies you can have. Go here for the complete list of smoothies.

What’s your favorite gluten-free snack?

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  1. says

    Thanks for this post! I plan to use these recipes! I just went wheat free this month as an experiment. My digestive issues have went way down and I feel better than I have in months. I plan to continue after my initial trial month is over, although I am not going to be so strict as I was this month. I want to be able to eat freely if we are invited to someones home for dinner or on special occasions. I will continue to choose gluten free options when we go out to dinner or pot lucks though, when possible. I have not been diagnosed with anything. I always like to try to find the issue and solve it myself before heading to the doctor! :-) Nine times out of ten I am able to figure out the problem and correct it through diet, exercise or herbal supplements/essential oils, thus saving me a lot of money on doctor bills. Have a nice weekend!

    • says

      Hi Rebecca. You are welcome. You sound like you have a great balance. I agree that many things can be fixed with diet and natural ways. Thank you for sharing!!

  2. Joy says

    Sonja, there is an article that you may be interested in which addresses some of the concerns brought up in Wheat Belly. It is written by a Christian who has done a LOT of research on the subject. Here is the link: http://info.breadbeckers.com/wheat-belly-fact-or-fiction/ Another outstanding article she has written on the subject of soaking grains is: http://info.breadbeckers.com/phytic-acid/ I feel that as Christians, we have to be careful to filter the info. we are getting from the world around us – especially on what constitutes a “healthy diet”, and constantly take what we hear back to the Word before buying into the latest fad. Some of these diet trends are just that – fads, and not Biblical at all.

    • says

      Hi Joy! I totally agree with you about filtering info! I think it’s important to get back to whole foods, full fat dairy, eating some meat, eating some grains, and eating fruits, nuts, seeds, and LOTS of veggies. I do think we need to be careful about eating a diet of processed foods. If your body has a hard time processing these things, then they should be limited. I do better when I don’t have a diet full of dairy like I used to, so I have limited it. I think the processed foods and GMOs have helped to increase the amount of people who are gluten intolerant and celiacs, but I am not a medical professional. Thank you for sharing the links, and I look forward to reading them!

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