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Baked chips made from real potatoes.
Great white cheddar flavor.
Allergy friendly chips.
In the freezer case.
Made from uncommon ingredients and full of flavor.
Delightfully tiny and tasty.
Like the original, only cheesier :)
Busy mornings are just on the horizon....school is about to begin!
Not your average corn chips!
Bite size and lightly crisp.
Versatile flavor and light crunch in a corn free package.
Corn free chips with a bold flavor and light crunch.
Everyone needs a snack from time to time. Even in our busy days, there are some good choices out there.
It's almost here, can you feel it? Super Bowl fever has hit. Are you still looking for a few tasty options for your gathering? I have a few tasty options for you.
The total package!
Time is running short, Christmas is almost here. Need a few ideas for an inexpensive gift or two?
Gourmet taste in a high protein package.
Need some ideas to fill the void between getting off the bus and dinner time? Here are a few tasty ideas.
Give your kids a bit of a smile in their lunch boxes. It's as easy as making their favorite cookie or muffin.
Lightly crisp and tasty.
Finally, something for the crispy cheese lovers!
So crunchy munchy!
No artificial anything :)
Very spicy and with mild sweetness.
Mildly sweet cookies with an impressive list of credentials.
Healthy, tasty and satisfying.
Planning a party for this Super Bowl? Here are a few more ideas for tasty snacks.
Bring on the snacks...it's Super Bowl time!
Heavenly texture and convenient packaging.
These are so cute!
Tasty, crispy, cheesy crackers.
Thanks to Ian’s, I had my first fish stick in over two years :)
A combination snack and cracker with a bit of dinner bread rolled in.
These snacks are naturally gluten free and vegan.
A great option for snacks or meals.
A healthier option in cheese snacks.
Great tasting granola bars without the granola.
With the beginning of the school year comes "bake sale season"! Be ready for it with amazingly tasty gluten-free treats!
These gluten free pretzels offer more than just a cool name.
These little cookies offer a lot of flavor and a little elegance.
These snacks have a good shelf life, making them perfect to keep on hand for when kids have surprise treats in school.
Do you have a picky eater? Do your kids turn their noses up at veggies? Try a few tricks...they may find in the end that they actually love the dreaded veggies!
Easy snacks that are low on sugar and taste great.
These nut and rice crackers add new texture to gluten free snacking.
Soon, your farmer's markets and produce stands will be brimming with fresh fruits and berries. Take advantage of the fresh flavor options, snacks and breakfast just got easier!
Hi, my name is Marissa- and I am a snacker. I know that’s not the best way to be in these health conscious times, but I can’t help myself! I just have to munch the crispy, salty snacks. I used to temper my snacking urges by sticking to whole grain crackers and chips (like Triscuit and Sun-Chips), but after going gluten free most of those became off-limits. Not so anymore! There are a number of delicious snacks emerging on the market. These new snacks are not only hearty and delicious, but gluten free and fairly healthy as well! Let me highlight three of my favorites for you. RiceWorks Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps These tasty treats have the thick munchiness of a cracker combined with the light crispiness of chips. They are very flavorful and fun to eat. My sister and I have dubbed RiceWorks our shopping snack due to the ...
Looking for an easy cookie mix? I think I have one for you!
If you love zucchini, know someone that does or are just trying to figure out what to do with the bounty...try these!
What every kid looks for first in their lunch box...the cookies!
- Cooking for Kids (kids)
- Have kids who need wheat-free treats? Join and discuss here!
- Life is short, eat your dessert first! (dessertfirst)
- For all those with a decadent side!
Being a busy mom of three kids still living at home, I'm always looking for good, nutritious snacks for my kids for those times we are on the go. Another factor in that is our budget. Fruit is always a good portable snack, but often I find that my kids need more substance to their snack. I have made some gluten-free granola bars, with mixed success. Any other ideas out there? I'm always looking for better ways to stretch my budget and feed my busy family.
This time of year is, for my family anyway, is a busy time. Having healthy and filling snacks and easy breakfasts are top of my list these days. Muffins are so easy and can be made for any taste preference! They are so easy to pack in a lunch box or take with you on your way out the door for soccer or baseball practice. The perfect, portable snack! So, my question is.... What are your kids favorites? What have they missed the most? We'd love to have more recipes ideas to add to Gling's recipe section. Even if you don't have a recipe that is gluten-free it is easy to make them gluten-free. :-) So, what are your kids asking for?