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75 Gluten-Free Snacks for Kids

If you’ve got a kiddo who’s gluten-free or celiac snack-time can be, well, a bit of a minefield.

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Because you want your kiddo to feel included and normal — but when they can’t eat the animal crackers being passed around playgroup …

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Not to mention that the same ol’ gluten-free snacks day in and day out can get pretty boring.

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So, to help you freshen up what’s in that spill-proof snack-cup, here are a whopping 75 gluten-free snacks for kids. (And, as always, double-check labels to make sure there’s no gluten in any of the non-produce ideas.)

Snack boredom, be gone!

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75 Gluten-Free Snacks for Kids

  1. Grapes
  2. Cucumbers
  3. Raisins
  4. Popcorn
  5. Carrots sticks
  6. Organic cheesesticks
  7. Apples
  8. Rice crackers
  9. Cottage cheese
  10. Turkey slices
  11. Grapes
  12. Pears
  13. Pepper strips
  14. Corn tortilla chips
  15. Tater tots
  16. Dried cranberries
  17. Oranges
  18. Hummus
  19. Sunflower seeds
  20. Hard-boiled eggs
  21. Sweet potato fries
  22. Dried plums
  23. Peanut butter
  24. Pepperoni slices
  25. Popsicles
  26. Guacamole
  27. Rice cakes
  28. Cheerios
  29. Peanut butter and jelly on gluten-free bread
  30. Veggie Straws
  31. Yogurt
  32. Applesauce
  33. Bananas
  34. Peanuts
  35. Apple chips
  36. Kiwi
  37. Almonds
  38. Green pea crisps
  39. Peas
  40. Black beans
  41. Fruit snacks
  42. Chex
  43. Garbanzo beans
  44. Cashews
  45. Kale chips
  46. Broccoli
  47. Ants on a log
  48. Green smoothie
  49. Olives
  50. Potato puffs
  51. Peaches
  52. Cauliflower
  53. Hot dog
  54. Fruit and vegetable pouches
  55. Beets
  56. Pickles
  57. Quinoa
  58. Dried mangoes
  59. Melon
  60. Pudding cups
  61. Parmesan crisps
  62. Shoestring potato chips
  63. Baby tomatoes
  64. Pineapple slices
  65. Tropical fruit cups
  66. Gluten-free granola bar
  67. Pomegranate seeds
  68. Trail mix
  69. Salsa
  70. Gluten-Free Annie’s Cheddar Bunny Tails (We were sent some to try and they’re yummy.)
  71. Jello
  72. Gluten-free jerky
  73. Sweet potato chips
  74. Rice
  75. Berries

Okay, what did we miss? Add them in the comments! –Jenn

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