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Super Mainstream gluten-free Snacks
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I'm looking to put together a list for Girl Scouts, soccer parents, etc of the absolute most mainstream gluten-free snacks that my kids can eat.  We are talking about the people that usually throw individual cheeze-it bags and capri-suns on the table for the kids.

 

Help me brainstorm!

* Individually wrapped string cheese

* Individually tubed yogurt (go-gurt and the like)

* Go-go Squeeze applesauce

* Fruit - apples, strawberries, grapes, etc (washed but not cut)

* Pirate's Booty

 

And, yes, I will keep back-up snacks in my purse in case I need to switch something out at the last minute...

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I'm looking to put together a list for Girl Scouts, soccer parents, etc of the absolute most mainstream gluten-free snacks that my kids can eat.  We are talking about the people that usually throw individual cheeze-it bags and capri-suns on the table for the kids.

 

Help me brainstorm!

* Individually wrapped string cheese

* Individually tubed yogurt (go-gurt and the like)

* Go-go Squeeze applesauce

* Fruit - apples, strawberries, grapes, etc (washed but not cut)

* Pirate's Booty

 

And, yes, I will keep back-up snacks in my purse in case I need to switch something out at the last minute...

popcorn

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Bananas

Cheetos (and other individual bags of chips - not healthful, but no gluten)

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Veggie straws, puffed goldfish (or whatever th are called), smartfood, Chex.

My sons scout troops always seems to buy one if those huge boxes of frito lay bags, so he can eat several if those. Not the healthiest option, by far, but easily accessible.

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not so healthy but easy:

 

Fruit by the foot

Fruit snacks

Tortilla chips n salsa

 

gluten-free Nature valley granola bars

 

Frito's    plain or BBQ

Dorito's  nacho cheese or cool ranch

 

Utz potato sticks, cheese balls, chips

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Lays Stax (but not Pringles, those have gluten)

Most fruit snacks (check your labels)

Nutella

Lara Bars or Kind Bars

Jif to Go Cups

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Ice Pops (most)

Goldfish Puffs

Cheetos

Fritos

most potato chips (not pringles)

Tostitos (not all tortilla chips are ok)

Hershey Bars

M&ms

Reeses (except seasonal shapes)

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Be careful on the m&ms.  The regular and peanut ones are gluten-free, but the pretzel ones aren't (obviously) and I noticed that the candy corn ones aren't gluten-free either.  Might want to stick to the old fashioned brown and yellow bags.

 

Skittle and Starburst are also gluten-free.

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individual hummus cups

fruity pebbles cereal bars

fruit by the foot

gushers

chocolate covered raisins

nature valley peanut butter, dark chocolate protein bars 

most Jell-O pudding cups or gel cups, Kozy Shack, and same with the Snack pack non refridgerated puddings

fruit cups (peaches, mixed fruit cocktail)

lunch meat (Boar's Head) cheese slices for roll-ups

Amy's frozen burritos (read the labels for the gluten free ones)

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Baby carrots

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Nuts!  My kid won't go to a play date unless there are pistachios. 

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Nuts!  My kid won't go to a play date unless there are pistachios. 

 

There are plenty of kids allergic to nuts so perhaps keep that in mind when going to play dates!

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