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A list of gluten free dairy free snacks you can buy at the store, or if you have time, make at home. These
gluten and dairy free snacks
are great for adults as well as for kids who try to eat less processed foods, limit sugar and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Below you’ll also find healthier gluten free and dairy free snack recipes.
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Store Bought Gluten Free Dairy Free Snacks
Below you will find a list of gluten free dairy free snacks that you can buy at either a health food store, or online retailers like Amazon or Vitacost. You will also find a few tips that will help you shop gluten and dairy free more comfortably, plus recipes in case you didn’t find what you are looking for.
Crunchy Gluten Free Dairy Free Snacks (Crackers, Chips, Crisps, Puffs)
Gluten Free Dairy Free Bars And Protein Balls
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Gluten Free Dairy Free Cookies And Sweet Treats
Gluten And Dairy Free Cereal
- Nature Nate’s popped sorghum – just 3 simple ingredients: organic sorghum popped in avocado oil and sprinkled with sea salt. This is great served with some dairy free free yogurt.
- MadeGood Granola Minis Packs – good for travel and free from the 8 most common allergens and ingredients wise they a little better than the bars sold by the same company.
- Livlo Nut Granola – it has low carb grain free ingredients like almonds, pecans, blueberries, seeds, coconut chips and without added sugar, perfect for diabetics too.
- Purely Elizabeth Ancient Grain Granola – it has clean and simple ingredients sweetened with unrefined coconut sugar. Free from additives and GMO – certified organic, gluten free and vegan. Sprinkle over a smoothie/ yogurt, or eat straight out of the bag. They offer 9 flavors.
- Garden Granola Beetroot – made with healthier ingredients all gluten and dairy free, sweetened with fruit juice and naturally colored with beetroots. It has a slight ginger zing / taste. Perfect with some dairy free yogurt.
Gluten Free Dairy Free Wraps And Tortillas
- Siete Almond Flour Tortillas – very few ingredients mainly almond flour and tapioca flour, the rest is water, salt and xanthan gum. Note: xanthan gum may not be tolerated well by those with gut issues. They are best when toasted as they are sold frozen.
- NUCO Coconut Cassava Wraps – thin wraps made with fresh cassava and coconut they can be used for tacos, snacks or even deserts.
- Siete Grain Free Flour Tortillas – super pliable both gluten and dairy free. They sold / delivered frozen and look somewhat unappealing. The key is toasting them in a pan prior to eating, they are absolutely delicious once heated. Making chips in the oven also works great!
- Food For Life Brown Rice Tortillas – not the ideal ingredients but is nice for those who can’t tolerate coconut, cassava or nuts: brown rice flour, filtered water, tapioca flour, safflower oil, rice bran, xathan gum and sea salt.
- Mi Rancho Corn Tortilla – an alternative for those who can eat corn, the ingredients are: organic whole white corn, organic yellow corn masa flour, trace of lime, organic guar gum.
Gluten And Dairy Free Spreads And Dips
- Nunature Cocodate – an amazing alternative for chocolate spread: a date and cacao spread with vanilla extract and nothing else. It’s soy free, gluten free and dairy free.
- Rigoni Spread – a dairy free spreadable cream of cocoa and hazelnuts that tastes just like Nutella but made with better organic ingredients. The only drawback is probably the amount of sugar.
- Eden Apple Butter – my daughter’s favorite when combine with a seed butter. This is a tangy sweet spread with no refined sugars, additives or preservatives added.
- Pumpkin Seed Butter – it’s raw and made from sprouted seeds, no added ingredients, such as sugar or salt and it has a smooth and creamy consistency, absolutely delicious if you can’t enjoy nut butters.
- Cheeze Fermented Dairy Free Dip – super flavorful soft and tangy plant based non-dairy cashew spread: vegan, oil free, gluten free and dairy free. Contains soy.
- Violife Cream Cheese – tastes and smells nice plus it’s creamy. The ingredients: Coconut Oil, Potato Starch, Salt (Sea Salt), Glucono-delta-lactone, Flavor (Vegan Sources), Olive Extract, Vitamin B12.
Gluten And Dairy Free Yogurt
- Harmless Harvest Dairy Free Yogurt – one of the best dairy free yogurts on the market with a cleaner ingredient list and not too much sugar added and no gums when comparing to others. They have 4 different flavors: strawberry, vanilla, blueberry or just plain.
- Forager Project Dairy Free Cashew Milk Yogurt – this is a great alternative if you prefer an unsweetened yogurt.
- Probiotic Drinkable Dairy Free Yogurt – absolutely delicious: the consistency nice and creamy and it’s drinkable so you can grab it on the go. Perfect for those who don’t like almond based yogurts. The only drawback – high in sugar.
- So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt – relatively good with a nice consistency but it has a few dubious ingredients like calcium phosphate, dipotassium phosphate and guar gum which I try to avoid.
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Tips For Shopping Gluten Free And Dairy Free Snacks
- Choose the place. Health food stores, are ideal places to buy gluten free and dairy free ingredients (or allergy friendly in general) especially for frozen or refrigerated foods. But you might find even a larger variety when browsing online retailers. No matter your physical location if you can’t find something in your local grocery stores you will definitely find it online.
- Read the ingredient label. Don’t just rely on front labeling – read the ingredient list on the back of the packaging, sometimes you’ll find that the expectations don’t correspond with the actual ingredients. You can also find out warnings of cross-contamination (due to shared equipment), which is really helpful for those with severe allergies.
- Certified Gluten Free, Dairy Free Or Vegan – is the best way to be sure a products is indeed “free” of those. For people Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity is very important because even trace amounts can cause serious symptoms. This certification means that it does not rely solely on product testing to ensure safety, but examines the entire practices and production process of the facility – from ingredient sourcing to employee training, cleaning practices and cross-contact controls. An example is oats. They are naturally gluten free but if the package is not certified “gluten free”, the product is likely to contain trace amounts of gluten due to cross contamination.
- Watch out these ingredients: Brown rice syrup (can be made from barley), hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP), hydrolyzed plant protein (HPP), or textured vegetable protein (TVP), modified food starch, rice malt, seasonings and natural flavors: they may contain gluten.
- Less ingredients. When choosing packaged foods, less ingredients is always better. The longer the list the more processed it is. If you encounter an ingredients that you don’t know (they’re usually artificial derived) then it’s best to avoid it. Or check with the manufacturer if you really want it.
- Pay attention to first ingredients. Look at least at the first three ingredients, as they make up the largest part of composition, whole foods should dominate. If not, then it’s not so healthy.
- Stick to naturally gluten-free foods. The best way to ensure a proper nutrition is to eat whole foods and occasionally some packaged foods.
- Save money. Sometimes trusted brands and products can be a bit pricier due to the allergen testing and safety measures they go through. So again stick to whole foods as much as possible, it’s always cheaper.
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