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The Best Gluten-Free Snacks to Buy Online in 2021

If you're avoiding gluten, these picks are for you. Find the best gluten-free snacks, including favorites like crackers, cookies, chips and more.

Every editorial product is independently selected, though we may be compensated or receive an affiliate commission if you buy something through our links. Ratings and prices are accurate and items are in stock as of time of publication.

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Udis Gluten Free Blueberry Muffin Mixvia amazon.com

Udi’s Mug Cakes & Muffins

When you’re craving sweets, turn to Udi’s Mug Cakes & Muffins. Choose between Blueberry Muffin, Brownie Cake and other flavors for a treat that will remind you of a freshly baked good. By the way, you have to try our best gluten-free granola bar recipe.

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Lance's Gluten Free Peanutbutter Crackersvia amazon.com

Lance Gluten-Free Crackers

Lance Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers are a gluten-free version of those sandwich crackers you ate as a kid. We bet you’ll want to keep a snack pack in your bag at all times.

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Gerb's Chipotle Pumpkin Seedsvia amazon.com

Gerbs Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Available in several flavors, including onion and garlic, habanero and unsalted, Gerbs Roasted Pumpkin Seeds are made for munching. You can also learn how to roast pumpkin seeds at home!

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Base Culture Keto Breadvia amazon.com

Base Culture Bread

From avocado toast to open-faced sandwiches, toast is the perfect snack. Turn to Base Culture for gluten-free bread that is also dairy-free, grain-free and keto-friendly. When you’re in the mood for something more hearty, turn to these gluten-free dinner recipes.

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Skinnydipped Almonds

Who doesn’t love chocolate-dipped almonds? But sometimes, when you’re trying to be good, you want a little more almond and a bit less chocolate. That’s where Skinnydipped Almonds come in. These almonds are dusted with the lightest touch of chocolate. You still get big cocoa flavor, but more protein and less sugar than traditional dipped options.

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Quaker Gluten Free Rice Crispsvia Walmart.com

Quaker Rice Crisps

Looking for gluten-free snacks to buy that satisfy the urge to crunch? Try Quaker Rice Crisps. These mini rice cakes come in all kinds of flavors—both sweet and savory. We recommend you start with a variety pack—but rest assured, all the flavors are tasty.

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Real Food From the Ground Up Crackersvia amazon.com

Real Food From the Ground Up Crackers

Topped with a slice of cheese or dunked in some hummus, every flavor of Real Food From the Ground Up’s cauliflower crackers is made for snacking.

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Tates Bake Shopvia target.com

Tate’s Bake Shop Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tate’s Bake Shop makes our editors’ favorite store-bought chocolate chip cookie—and they make a darn good gluten-free version, too. Snag these cookies for homemade flavor (and if you need to pawn off a store-bought dessert as your own).

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Skinny Pop gluten free popcornvia amazon.com

Skinny Pop Popcorn

Popcorn is naturally gluten-free, and we love Skinny Pop’s perfect balance of kernels, salt and oil. You’re definitely going to want to try these easy gluten-free recipes.

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Katz Gluten-Free Heavenly Snack Cakes

Who doesn’t love the guilty pleasure of a Twinkie or a Ho Ho once in a while? Thanks to Katz, you can have gluten-free versions of classic snack cakes. Their treats come in cream-filled chocolate, vanilla and lemon flavors.

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Black Olive Gluten Free Snackvia amazon.com

Gaea Olive Snacks

For many of us, snacking is all about getting our fix of salt. Instead of reaching for chips or pretzels, try snack-sized packages of Gaea olives. A few kalamata olives will give you that salty fix that’s not the same old-same old. They also make green olives marinated with chiles, oregano and other flavors.

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Little Secrets Peanut Butter Chocolate Pieces

Peanut butter and chocolate is always a winning combination. When you’re looking for gluten-free snacks to buy, it makes sense to reach for these dark chocolate-peanut butter candies from Little Secrets. They also make coconut, almond, peanut, pumpkin and peppermint flavors.

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Kind Nut Barsvia amazon.com

KIND Nut Bars

With flavors like Dark Chocolate, Caramel Almond and Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate, these nut bars only sound indulgent. Each bite is loaded with nuts, honey and other good-for-you ingredients.

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Snyders Gluten Free Pretzelsvia target.com

Snyder’s Gluten-Free Pretzels

We honestly prefer these gluten-free pretzels to the regular kind. They’re light, crisp and oh-so crunchy. Just started going gluten-free? Try our 7-day gluten-free meal plan.

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Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle

Consider your sweet tooth satisfied. This snack is inspired by the crisp edges on a pan of brownies.

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SMASHMALLOW Mint Chocolate Chip Snackable Marshmallows

Yes, it is 100% acceptable to snack on marshmallows—particularly these snackable ones from SMASHMALLOW. Mint-chocolate is a favorite at Taste of Home HQ, but their churro and strawberry-cream flavors are also tempting.

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Utz Gluten Free Cheese Ballsvia target.com

Utz Cheese Balls

Who knew that Utz’s classic cheese balls were gluten-free? Having an easy-to-find GF snack like this one is always nice (plus, the whole family will enjoy them—our staff certainly does!).

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Natures Bakery Fig Barvia amazon.com

Nature’s Bakery Gluten-Free Fig Bars

For an on-the-go snack, reach for these fig bars. They’re perfect for tossing in your tote and are available in a variety of fun fruit flavors. Browse our list of the best gluten-free recipes for a guaranteed hit.

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Peatos Gluten Free Snacksvia amazon.com

Peatos

Finding gluten-free snacks to buy that pack a flavorful punch can be a challenge, but not when you’re stocking up on Peatos. These pea-based crunchy treats come in all kinds of tasty flavors, including interesting options like masala. Mmmmmm…

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Bubba’s Nana Chips

For an on-the-go snack, reach for these banana chips. They’re perfect for tossing in a purse and are available in a variety of fun flavors. And don’t let the bananas fool you—these chips are perfectly crunchy and savory.

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RXBAR

RXBAR has quite the following, and for good reason. This gluten-free bar is packed with good-for-you ingredients. Grab one for when you need a snack on the go or an afternoon pick-me-up.

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barkTHINS Dark Chocolate Coconut Snacking Chocolate

Coconut is one of our favorite ingredients at Taste of Home. Get your fix with chocolate-coconut bark from barkTHINS. This candy is so crisp and good you won’t be able to put the bag down.

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Boulder Canyon Avocado Oil Chips

Be careful with these kettle-cooked chips. They’re so good you might eat the entire bag! Be sure to try all the flavors.

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Old Wisconsin Honey Turkey Gluten Free Snack Bitesvia Walmart.com

Old Wisconsin Honey Turkey Snack Bites

There’s nothing wrong with a good meat treat! These turkey bites from Old Wisconsin are savory and a touch sweet thanks to some honey. And these gluten-free snacks are full of protein so you stay full.

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SMASHCRISPY Dipped Cinnamon Churrovia amazon.com

SMASHCRISPY Dipped Cinnamon Churro

We love SMASHMALLOW’s snacking marshmallows. We also recommend their crispy treats. The cinnamon churro flavor is particularly good for slaying your sweet cravings.

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Late July Gluten Free Tortilla Chipsvia amazon.com

Late July Tortilla Chips

Many tortilla chips are naturally gluten-free since they use corn (not flour). But very few are as fun and flavorful as options from Late July. Their chips come in flavors like jalapeño and lime, bacon and habanero and sriracha.

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Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers

Just consider the Farmhouse Cheddar crackers a healthier version of Cheez-Its. Keep on snackin’!

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Sweet Amsterdam Stroopwafelvia amazon.com

Sweet Amsterdam Stroopwafel

Your coffee break just got SO much better. These caramel-filled cookies have the taste of traditional Stroopwafel without all of the gluten (or dairy!). Get more gluten-free dessert ideas.

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Annies Gluten Free Mac n cheesevia amazon.com

Annie’s Mac and Cheese Cups

These quick macs are for those cold days when you’re craving comfort food. (But also don’t want to actually cook anything.)

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Lovely Caramelsvia amazon.com

Lovely Caramels

Who can resist the sticky sweetness of soft, chewy caramel? If you can’t make them at home, try a package of Lovely Caramels.

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Freeze-Dried Fruit

Get your fruit fix! Each serving contains nothing but freeze-dried apples, pears or tangerines. Serve it with one of our gluten-free lunch recipes.

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Dove Dark Chocolate gluten free candiesvia target.com

Dove Dark Chocolate Promises

Dove dark chocolate is a favorite in our Test Kitchen. Their dark chocolate Promises are the perfect small indulgence to keep in your desk drawer or candy dish.

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Bear Naked Granola Bites

Ever try to eat a handful of granola on the go? It’s messy! But you can get that great granola flavor in a less messy package with Bear Naked Granola Bites. These gluten-free nuggets are perfect for munching on your commute.

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Edward & Sons Cocoa Wafer Rollsvia amazon.com

Edward & Sons Cocoa Wafer Rolls

These wafer cookies are so good you’ll forget they’re actually gluten-free snacks.

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Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers

The Crunchmaster crackers are just as good on their own as they are with cheese. They pack a lot of crunch into a tiny package!

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Katie Bandurski
Katie is an Associate Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.
Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is an editor at Taste of Home where she gets to embrace her passion for baking. She pours this love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. Lisa is also dedicated to finding and testing the best ingredients, kitchen gear and home products. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.

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