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If you're looking for ways to turn snacktime into something you don't have to feel bad about, we've got you covered with these 8 healthy yet still delicious gluten free snack recipes from some of our favorite bloggers. Kate, Recipe Hunter

Kate Swanson, NoshOnIt Recipe Hunter


8 Recipes for Better Gluten Free Snacking

Gluten free snacking, improved

8 Gluten Free Snack Recipes


We’re all looking for better, healthier ways to satisfy those between-meal hunger hankerings without reaching for a bag of chips or baked good. Even if you reach for a granola bar, the pre-packaged stuff is often filled with so much extra stuff that you’re not much better off than the cookie that you actually wanted. This collection of recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers saves snack time with healthy, delicious, homemade, and gluten free ideas that you can actually enjoy and feel good about.

Oatmeal Zucchini Snack Bars: These granola-meets-zucchini bars are a great use of all of that end-of-summer zucchini. The shreds of zucchini keep the bars moist and the chocolate chips keep them just indulgent enough. (Recipe and photo: Flavor the Moments)

Oatmeal Zucchini Snack Bars from Flavor the Moments


Apple Spice Granola: Apples are coming into season and this fall inspired granola recipe is a perfect mid-morning snack, served over yogurt or just out of the bag on the go. (Recipe and photo: Tasty Yummies)

Apple Spice Granola (Gluten-free + Vegan) from Tasty Yummies


Toasted Coconut, Pineapple, and Date Bites: These tropical-inspired Larabar-copycat bites use dates as their base for a chewy texture and natural sweetness. (Recipe and photo: Pineapple and Coconut)

Toasted Coconut, Pineapple and Date Bites from Pineapple and Coconut


Paleo Chocolate Pudding Snacks: Who didn’t love a Jell-o pudding cup as a kid? In this version, Lauren makes a healthier, yet still rich and indulgent chocolate pudding completely from scratch. (Recipe and photo: Oatmeal with a Fork)

Paleo Chocolate Pudding Snacks from Oatmeal with a Fork


Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies: Cookies for breakfast? Yes, please! Sally loads these “breakfast” cookies with nuts, dried fruits, and grain, making them a perfect on-the-go snack at any time of the day. (Recipe and photo: Sally’s Baking Addiction on NoshOnIt)

Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies from Sally's Baking Addiction on NoshOnIt


Gluten Free Fig Newtons: Have you actually ever looked at a package of fig newtons to see what’s inside? Carolyn makes her own completely from-scratch ones that are way better than any box. (Recipe and photo: All Day I Dream About Food)

Gluten Free Fig Newtons from All Day I Dream About Food


Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Biscotti: Need something to dip into that afternoon coffee? These  biscotti cookies have both almond flour in the base and chopped almonds in the dough for a double does of healthy nuttiness. (Recipe and photo: Fit Foodie Finds on NoshOnIt)

Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Biscotti from Fit Foodie Finds on NoshOnIt


Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Raw Bars: If you loved eating cookie dough out of the bowl before it made it into the oven, then these bars are for you. Meg mimics the flavor and texture of cookie dough in these raw bars with almonds, dates, pecans, and chocolate chips. Stash them in your bag for an afternoon pick-me-up. (Recipe and photo: Beard & Bonnet)

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Raw Bars from Beard and Bonnet on NoshOnIt