Gluten Free Snacks Recipes (Most Popular)
I needed a fast and easy after school cookie for the kids so experimented. Not only did the kids adore it, it has won an award and I am constantly asked for the recipe!
Wonderfully delicious and simple to make cracker. Play with different flour / spice combinations besides the suggested ones.
gluten free. low carb. low calorie, crohns disease friendly
When you have a sweet tooth and want to stay on track, here's a nice treat.
Super easy, fast, gluten-free and low fat banana bread! So good!
Easy and superb!
These are a wonderful, classic Italian crunchy cookie, that is great for anyone who is gluten- or wheat-free! As these sit, they get crunchy throughout. Delicious with any fruit dessert, paired with an ice cream sundae, or on their own with a strong espresso!
Provide quick energy whenever you're running out of steam, or after a hard workout when you need a quick fix for your blood sugar. They are NOT low-cal, they are intended as a snack to tend you over when you don't have time to prepare something. Full of fiber and healthy fats they do the trick.
These take about 5 minutes to make. You can eat them right away, or have them chilled. High protein, no refined sugar, gluten free and full of iron. Great for breakfast or high protein/iron snack on the go!
A great caramel / coffee glaze that forms over warm sauteed bananas makes for a great tropical treat on it's own or over vanilla yogurt or ice cream.
A recipe I got off of the Dr. Oz show.
A gluten free, dairy free recipe for a yummy tropcial muffin! Can be made egg free (and therefore vegan) by substituting 1 TB flaxmeal and 1 TB water for the egg.
Dairy free, grain free, legume free, salt free, and chemical free muffins. So good.
Yummy Gluten Free
From Jorge Cruise
Italian Pinoli Cookies for a special holiday treat.
These are so easy to make and bake. It is really Paula Deen's Magical Peanut Butter Cookie recipe but I used real sugar on top, so needed the calorie counts for that.
A wonderful cracker recipe that is gluten free. Found the recipe at www.elanaspantry.com
Delicious sweet treat or energy booster
My mom made this for years, and I loved it as a kid. It comes out brownish because of the spices, is always super moist, and is DELICIOUS! This version calls for gluten-free flour, but regular flour may easily be substituted.
These are certainly not low-cal, nor low fat. But they have lots of good fats and are very filling. I like to cut a bar in half, and eat one half before working out, and the other half after. This recipe comes from Gluten Free Gobsmacked (http://glutenfree.wordpress.com/2008/02/1
Breakfast cookies for under 100 calories? Yes, please! Very soft, chewy and lovely side item to go with your eggs or morning yogurt/parfait. :)
Who doesn’t love a good stack of pancakes?
Gluten free, grain free, healthy and super yummy!