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14 Gluten-Free Snacks Kids Love

These gluten-free snacks for kids are so good, your family will be begging for more. Plus, each product can be purchased with just one click!

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A walk down any chip or cookie aisle at the grocery store will quickly reveal how difficult it can be to find gluten-free snacks for kids. Recently, though, more brands have been dreaming up gluten-free goodies for those who live with an allergy—and they’re selling them on Amazon at a great price. Check out our favorite gluten-free snacks that are perfect for healthy back-to-school lunches. (Then sign up for our gluten-free newsletter for weekly advice.)

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Annie's Organic Bunny Fruit Snacksvia amazon.com

Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks

Any bunny-shaped treat is already bound to be a big hit for kids, but these organic fruit snacks are equal parts adorable and delicious. Vitamin C and real fruit juice star in This variety pack ($15 for 24) comes with four flavors—strawberry, berry, tropical and citrus. Introduce your kids to even more fruit flavors with rainbow fruit toast—on gluten-free bread, of course!

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GoGo SqueeZ Applesauce on the Govia amazon.com

GoGo Squeez Applesauce on the Go

It’s not always easy for parents to pack their children hassle-free snacks for the car ride—especially when they’re on-the-go from one event to the next. Thankfully, unsweetened applesauce pouches ($10 for 20) make the perfect mess-free, convenient snack.

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SmashMallows Marshmallowsvia amazon.com

SmashMallows Marshmallows

For a sweet snack, pack your kiddo a few SmashMallows Marshmallows ($32 for 6). Each pack comes in delicious, unique flavors like cookie dough, churro and toasted vanilla. They’re a staff fave.

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Snyder's of Hanover Gluten-Free Pretzel Sticksvia amazon.com

Snyder’s of Hanover Gluten-Free Pretzel Sticks

These gluten-free pretzel sticks ($12 for 24) are a stellar alternative to traditional wheat-based pretzels—and our editors agree they’re even crunchier! They’re low in fat, and each bag has only 100 calories. Psst: Upgrade this snack with a little chocolate!

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Sensible Portions Sea Salt Garden Veggie Strawsvia amazon.com

Sensible Portions Garden Veggie Straws

Vegetables aren’t always a big hit with kids (unless you make them extra kid-friendly and delicious, of course) but these sea salt-flavored veggie straws ($20 for 24) are a huge exception. These chip alternatives are created from garden-grown potatoes.

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PopCorners Popped-Corn Snacksvia amazon.com

PopCorners Popped-Corn Snacks

Kids won’t miss fried potato chips while they’re munching on these healthy flavored popped corn snacks ($13 for 18). Each order comes with three flavors: sea salt, white cheddar and kettle corn flavors—all drizzled in sunflower oil.

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Goodie Girl Birthday Cake Sandwich Cookiesvia amazon.com

Goodie Girl Birthday Cake Sandwich Cookies

Sure, you could bake a homemade gluten-free treat from scratch. But if you’re low on time, these birthday-cake flavored cookies ($20 for 3) will do just fine. They’re the gluten-free version of a sandwich cookie—and it doesn’t need to be your kiddo’s birthday to dig in.

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Bare Baked Crunchy Apple Chipsvia amazon.com

Bare Baked Crunchy Apple Chips

Chips might not be the first food item that comes to mind while thinking of an apple—but crunchy apple chips ($24 for 24) are the snack kids never knew they wanted. Every bag is made from a different type of apple, from fuji to red to cinnamon. Can’t get enough apples? Try baking some of these incredible apple recipes.

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BEAR Real Fruit Strawberry Yoyosvia amazon.com

BEAR Real Fruit Strawberry Yoyos

These strawberry fruit rolls ($11 for 12) are full of sweet flavors, without any concentrates, preservatives or added sugar. Bonus: They’re baked to maintain all of the fruit’s minerals, vitamins and fiber.

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FreeYumm Blueberry Oat Barsvia amazon.com

FreeYumm Blueberry Oat Bars

These soft, gluten-free blueberry oat bars ($15 for 3) are also free of nuts and dairy. Between the gluten-free oats, dried blueberries, sunflower seeds, organic vanilla and cinnamon, these are a no-brainer when it comes to healthy, tasty snacks for kids.

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Messy Monkeys Apple & Cinnamon Whole Grain Bitesvia amazon.com

Messy Monkeys Apple & Cinnamon Whole Grain Bites

Whole grains, protein and fiber are the star benefits of these apple and cinnamon whole grain bites ($7 for 10). They’re light, sweet and free from artificial ingredients of any kind.

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That's it. Apple + Variety 100% Natural Real Fruit Barsvia amazon.com

That’s it. Apple + Variety 100% Natural Real Fruit Bars

At snack time, kids might not always reach for a hearty bowl of fruit salad, but these real fruit bars ($17 for 12) are hard to resist. Each bar contains an apple, then adds other fruit ingredients like blueberries, strawberries and mangoes.

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Enjoy Life Soft Baked Cookiesvia amazon.com

Enjoy Life Soft Baked Cookies

There are few things in life better than a freshly baked good—and these soft baked cookies ($21 for 6) are no different. Every box contains a dozen nut-free, gluten-free, vegan cookies, with flavors like traditional chocolate chip, double chocolate brownie, gingerbread spice and snickerdoodle.

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Clif Kid ZFruit Organic Mixed Berry Fruit Ropevia amazon.com

Clif Kid ZFruit Organic Mixed Berry Fruit Rope

These mixed berry fruit ropes ($10 for 18) don’t need to be refrigerated, prepped or washed, but still offer similar nutritional benefits to regular fruit. Made from fruit puree concentrate, the ropes especially serve as an excellent source of vitamin C for kids.

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Taylor Murphy
Taylor is a food, parenting and health writer. When she's not writing about the newest Oreo flavor or her favorite kitchen appliance, she can be found searching for her next coffee fix or taste-testing recipes with her daughter.

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