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Gluten-Free Snack Ideas: Gluten Free Glutino Products [My Review]

I worried when I went gluten-free that I would have to say no to snacks. I mean, sure, snacky things probably aren't the most WHOLESOME thing to have in your diet, but occasional snacks aren't terrible, right? At least, I don't think so!

So I had the chance to try a bunch of gluten-free Glutino snacks and YUM. I'm in snack-love! I also was reading over their website and I love their "about us" section where they talk about being gluten-free and what it means to them. They say, "For many of us, living gluten free means living agony-free.  For others, living gluten free allows us to perform at the top of our game.  And for an ever increasing number of us, living gluten free just plain feels good." Read more about their company by visiting their website.

As you can see, I had the chance to try a few Glutino snacks. I tried Honey Mustard Pretzels, Pretzel Chips, Hazelnut Waffle Bites, and Parmesan and Garlic Bagel Chips. One word - YUM.

For the Honey Mustard Pretzels, these were so good tasting. They had the normal crunch of a pretzel and the honey mustard flavor was light but very good.

For the Pretzel Chips, they were so salty and so good. I shamelessly dipped these into ketchup. They are sort of thin so they do give you the sense of being like a chip.

For the Waffle Bites, that was one of the first ones I opened. The hazelnut taste is very light, it's more waffle than hazelnut I thought. I think these would go so well with afternoon tea.

Lastly, the bagel chips. I don't think I used these to their advantage. I dipped them into salsa but really I think these were big enough to make into a little crackers - on - cheese sandwich kind of thing. You can do a lot with the bagel chips if you think outside the box. They were hearty, VERY crunchy, and can probably withstand as many toppings as you can think of.

Overall I will seek out Glutino again for my snacking needs. But they don't just stop at snacking, they have SO much more to offer the gluten-free world around us. As you can see on their website they have baking mixes, bagels and English muffins, and so much more! Visit their website to find out all they have to offer by following this link. They also have an available coupon right now for $1.00 off! So take advantage of this offer so the next time you go into the store to purchase some you can use it!

If you don't see Glutino in a store near you, you can also shop online. Best of all there is free shipping right now with orders over $59.00! Click here to shop now.

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I received free product in exchange for my honest review.


  1. I'd like to try their Penne.

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  2. I would like to try Cherry Breakfast Bars


  4. I'd like to try Lemon Wafer Bites and Salted Caramel Covered Pretzels.

  5. I believe we would love to try more of the gluten free Penne pasta, seems to me that we miss pasta dishes the most.

  6. I'd like to try the Double Chocolate Chip Cookie.

  7. I'd like to try Lemon Wafer Bites and Salted Caramel Covered Pretzels.

  8. I would love to try their cake mixes and bagels.

  9. I would like to try the WILDBERRY ORGANIC BARS.

  10. I'd love to try the Bagel Chips.

  11. I would choose the Sesame & plain bagels. My family loves bagels in the morning! Yum!

  12. I would like to try their spinach/feta pizza and milk chocolate wafers, delicious!

  13. i would like to try the DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE

  14. milk chocolate wafers :)

  15. I'd love to try the toaster pastries. I miss those!

  16. I want to try the Chocolate Vanilla Crème Cookies

  17. I would really like to try the Lemon Wafers.

  18. i like to try the strawberry wafer pastry! looks yummy.

  19. I want to try the milk chocolate wafers.

  20. I would love to try the spinach and feta pizza, as well as the breakfast bars.

  21. I would love the choc covered pretzels and the choc wafer cookies!

  22. The instant pancake mix would be perfect for our busy mornings.thanks so very much for sharing.

  23. We would like to try the peppermint yogurt covered pretzels! I've never seen them in stores around here.

  24. The Chocolate Vanilla Crème Cookies looks very tasty to try.
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  25. I would try the Chocolate Covered Pretzels!

  26. i wanna try the parmesan&garlic bagel chips they look soo good!

  27. They have a lot of great products but the one I want to try the most is the pizza crust.

  28. I would love to try the Lemon Wafers

  29. I want to try the strawberry toaster pastry. It's one of their few products that's also completely dairy free.

  30. I would love to try a lot but I really want to try the Peppermint Yogurt Covered Pretzels!

  31. I would really like to try the milk chocolate wafers!


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