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I was wondering if anyone had good suggestions for gluten free munchies. I know fruit and vegetables, but I have been eating so many apples I feel like I'm going to turn into one. I need cheap ideas since I am a grad student and don't have much money. Mostly I need easy to eat munchies I can eat while I am studying. Any suggestions would be great!

Thanks.

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Glutino pretzels for sure! Michael Season's cheese curls,Food Should Taste Good has several flavors of chips.Gary West Meats has many gluten-free sticks & jerky treats (good with Glutino crackers & cheese) Trader Joe has their brand of veggie flax chips..Granola------- several companies now are peddling gluten-free granola.... Costco has their brand of gluten-free trail mix or make your own with nuts, raisins & M&M's... chex mix made homemade.

Several brands of Doritos are gluten-free....

hth

mamaw

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Popcorn

Peanuts

Dove Promises

Carrot Stick w/Jiff Peanut Butter

HAAGEN DAZ - Selected flavors

Cheetos

Mi Del (gluten-free) Ginger Snaps w/Brie Cheese

Wintergreen LifeSavers

KIND Bars

Peeps :P (gotta love those all season Peeps)

Dove Ice Cream Bars

....I am not deprived :lol:

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Lay's Staxx are made on dedicated lines

air popped popcorn

you can have those apples with p.b. or other nut butter

applesauce/gelatin/pudding cups or mixes

nuts

cheese

salami

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I'll add to the list:

Tootsie Roll pops

Nut Thins crackers with cheese or dipped in guacamole or bean dip

corn chips with salsa, guacamole, or bean dip

Lara Bars

Annie's Mac and cheese (rice pasta)

Rice Works chips

Plus all the other yummy suggestions people have given.

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Thanks for all of these wonderful suggestions. I was only two months gluten-free when school started again and have found myself (who was never much of a cook in the first place) thrown for a loop as I had to move, live on my own for the first time, go gluten-free, and start classes all at the same time. Getting suggestions here helps so much. Sometimes it feels like my brain is going to explode :wacko: and having your suggestions is one less stressful thing I need to think about.

Thank you sooooo much!

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