best gluten free snacks to buy online (including Fit Joy GF pretzels)
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Looking for the best gluten-free snacks to buy online? You’re in the right place!

Whether you are gluten-free by necessity or by choice, you won’t find a lack of options on your next trip to the health food store. The gluten-free industry is booming, and with it comes gluten- or even grain-free option for seemingly every wheat-filled one. If you’re looking for a snack, something to scoop up your hummus, or a sweet treat, we’ve got you covered with these 12 wont-miss-the-gluten snacks.

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Siete’s Grain-Free Tortilla Dip Chips, 6 bags for $28 on Amazon

Siete’s Grain-Free Tortilla Dip Chips


Looking for a grain-free, paleo option to take the place of tortilla chips? Siete’s grain-free dip chips are perfect for your next party. Load up a platter with your favorite dips and enjoy these cassava flour-based chips, which are also vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and, of course, delicious.Buy Now

FitJoy Grain-Free Pretzels, 2 bags for $14.95 on Amazon

Fit Joy gluten free pretzels


If you’re grain-free or follow a paleo diet, you may be at a loss when it comes to pretzels. Fret not, FitJoy has you covered with their cassava, potato, and chickpea flour-based pretzels. While you’re snacking, you can feel good knowing that FitJoy donates products to kids in need of nutritious food with each purchase. They’re available in honey mustard too.Buy Now

Bohana Popped Water Lily Seeds, 6 bags for $24.99 on Amazon

Bohana popped water lily seeds


It’s time to get exotic with popped water lily seeds, an Ayurvedic superfood snack high in antioxidants and minerals that have been enjoyed for centuries, according to the company. Using sustainably sourced water lily seeds from India, Bohana creates three varieties of the popped snack, including Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Wild White Cheddar, and Soulful Sriracha Spice for those looking for a bit of a kick.Buy Now

Simple Mills Veggie Pita Crackers, $4.99

Simple Mills

Finally, a gluten-free pita cracker! Simple Mills’ new pita crackers use a vegetable flour blend, a seed flour blend, and cassava flour to make a perfectly crunchy grain- and gluten-free pita chip. With three flavors—Himalayan Salt, Mediterranean Herb, and Roasted Red Pepper—you can use them to scoop up hummus, crush them up to top a salad, or eat them however your heart desires.Buy Now

Swapples Paleo, Vegan, GF Waffles, $5.99+

Swapples keto waffles


Available in both sweet and savory varieties, Swapples are an easy, pop-in-the-toaster mid-day snack. Made of yuca root, these waffles boast simple ingredients and creative flavors including blueberry, cinnamon, everything (like everything bagel), garlicky greens, and tomato basil. Eat them by themselves, or use them for an open-faced sandwich!Buy Now

Meet the Source Bliss Balls, 12 for $25.95

Meet the Source Bliss Balls raw snacks

Meet the Source

If you are looking for a sweet treat, California-based Meet The Source ships their Instagram-famous bliss balls nationwide. These bites are plant-based, organic, and made with simple, easy-to-recognize whole ingredients without sacrificing taste and indulgence. Available in a variety of flavors including cookie dough, chocolate, almond peanut butter, mint chip, strawberry, and more, you’ll find an option for whatever your sweet tooth is asking for.Buy Now

Squish Marshmallows, $12+

Squish Marshmallows

Squish Marshmallows

If it’s a sugary treat you’re craving, Squish Marshmallows offers several flavors of their handmade marshmallows that are gluten-free (note: not made in a gluten-free facility), including their Rocky Road and fan-favorite Birthday Cake flavors. These aren’t your typical store-bought marshmallows, instead made in small batches with simpler ingredients in their New York City kitchen and storefront.Buy Now

Healing Home Foods Pizza Crackers, $7 on Amazon

Healing Home Foods

You’d never guess that these crackers were gluten-free, and you definitely wouldn’t guess that they were raw! Healing Home Foods’ pizza crackers are made with oat and almond flour, sun-dried tomatoes, spices, and a few other simple ingredients which make for an addictive bite. Good luck not eating the whole bag at once.Buy Now

Lil Bucks Sprouted Buckwheat Crunch, 3 bags for $20.99 on Amazon

Lil Bucks

Available in chocolate, matcha, and original varieties, Lil Bucks’ sprouted buckwheat crunch adds just that, crunch, to your yogurts and smoothie bowls. You can use the original flavor to top a salad, and even use them in recipes like cookies. Or opt for their adaptogenic buckwheat clusters, Clusterbucks, which are mixed with seeds, coconut and more for snacking on the go. (Clusterbucks are available in chocolate reishi and turmeric lemon myrtle.)Buy Now

Whoa Dough! Cookie Dough Bars, 5 for $8.99 on Amazon

Whoa! Dough

Bars that taste like cookie dough? Count me in. Whoa Dough!’s dairy-free, gluten-free cookie dough bars come in five of your favorite cookie flavors including chocolate chip, peanut butter, peanut butter chocolate chip, sprinkle, and sugar cookie, and are sweetened with honey and maple syrup.Buy Now

Lundberg Family Farms Organic Chocolate Thin Stackers, price varies

Lundberg Family Farms Organic Chocolate Thin Stackers

Lundberg Family Farms

These chocolate-covered thin rice cakes come in a variety of dark and white chocolate flavors and are the perfect snack to throw in your bag or the car for a mix of sweet and savory. The Decadent Dark rice cakes are made with just dark chocolate and brown rice, in their sustainability-focused facility using 45 percent fair trade ingredients. Also available in some locations on Instacart.Buy Now

Union Whole Earth Snacks Crisps, $11.99+ on Amazon

Union Whole Earth Snacks Crisps

Union Whole Earth Snacks

Animal-based snacks, but make it sustainable. If you are looking for extra animal-based protein in your life, Union Whole Earth Snack sources regeneratively grown meat and produce for their crisps and trail mix squares. With only a handful of ingredients, their crisps feature meat and spices and combine your love of pepperoni with your desire for a crunchy snack.Buy Now

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Sara Weinreb is a writer, sustainability and design thinking strategist, herbalist-in-training, and host of the Medium Well podcast. Sara’s writing on sustainability, wellness, mindful living, and mission-driven business has been featured in Forbes, mindbodygreen, USA Today, Byrdie, and Cherry Bombe, amongst others. When she’s not writing and shopping in the bulk section of health food stores, you can find Sara on the yoga mat, making herbal elixirs, having solo dance parties, and hanging out with her growing collection of plants. She shares her adventures and misadventures at @saraweinreb.
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