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      Three Bakers products are baked by hand with a commitment to your health as well as your taste buds. Each crunchy bite of these delicious gluten-free Snackers is packed full of flavor and is made with REAL all natural ingredients. 

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    Celiac.com 05/03/2019 - Summer is nearly here! Are you getting as excited as we are? Road trips, camping, hanging out at the pool … summer weather is the ultimate recipe for fun. If you have kids in tow, you also know that it can be tricky keeping them satiated during all their playful activities. Let's make gluten-free snacking simple!

    Introducing Three Bakers' Gluten-Free Snackers

    Three Bakers' Snackers are available in four delicious flavors that will satisfy even the pickiest of eater! 

    Honey Graham Snackers, WINNER of the 2016 Gluten-Free Awards, has just a slight hint of sweetness you can crunch one or use as a base for your favorite pie!. 

    Chocolate Chip and Chocolate Chocolate Chip are like cookies but much healthier with only 90 calories, 5 grams of fat and 4 grams of sugar per 1 ounce serving.

    If you're seeking a savory treat, you'll absolutely love the flavor of our Real Cheddar Snackers. Think Goldfish or Cheezits but gluten-free and absolutely delicious!

    Three Bakers products are baked by hand with a commitment to your health as well as your taste buds. Each crunchy bite of these delicious gluten-free Snackers is packed full of flavor and is made with REAL all natural ingredients. 

    Snackers are better than cookies, tastier than crackers, and have fewer calories than either. With about 22 Snackers per one ounce serving, that's a whole lot of snacking with not a lot of guilt.

    Best of all, our Snackers are available for purchase right here


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    I choose to buy the Three Bakers brand, which has a good taste (when it’s toasted; otherwise, meh...it’s ok). It holds together and you don’t get the “Taco Bell explosion” you get with some others. I like the taste and consistency of Canyon and Northern Bakehouse brands better, but they’re all (including Three Bakers) half the size of non-gluten-free breads at twice the price. NB makes an industrial loaf that’s hard to beat, but I can find it anywhere except at one restaurant. It’s full-size, tasty as non-gluten-free bread, and even holds together as an overloaded Reuben sandwich! Now that’s saying something. I just wish I could buy it myself that size. Can’t imagine what it’d cost, though.

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    7 hours ago, Guest Joel said:

    I choose to buy the Three Bakers brand, which has a good taste (when it’s toasted; otherwise, meh...it’s ok). It holds together and you don’t get the “Taco Bell explosion” you get with some others. I like the taste and consistency of Canyon and Northern Bakehouse brands better, but they’re all (including Three Bakers) half the size of non-gluten-free breads at twice the price. NB makes an industrial loaf that’s hard to beat, but I can find it anywhere except at one restaurant. It’s full-size, tasty as non-gluten-free bread, and even holds together as an overloaded Reuben sandwich! Now that’s saying something. I just wish I could buy it myself that size. Can’t imagine what it’d cost, though.

     

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