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Stock Up Your Gluten Free Snack Stash with Glutino!

Glutino is such a staple for gluten-free brands and offer a great variety of snacks! I had the chance to try some of their snacks and some we're new, even to me! Here's a look at some of the loot I got to try out -


I really enjoyed these snacks! By the way, if you haven't tried it, I highly recommend their gluten-free english muffins. They are amazing and they taste just like regular bread. Also I ended up making canadian bacon and swiss cheese sandwiches (put in the oven or toaster oven for a few minutes!) with these for breakfast and they were SO good.


Also I got the chance to try their fudge covered pretzels and their salted caramel pretzels. The salted caramel pretzels were so good I forgot to take a picture of them. They were that amazing. I can't wait to see them in the grocery store. I also enjoyed the fudge pretzels but not as much amazingly enough.


They also offered up some really tasty cookies that I put in the fridge for a while and had cold and YUM. They were so good as a late night treat!

Also, they have some good crackers like Parmesan and Garlic bagel chips and vegetable crackers. The taste is mild so it's not too potent and just were really tasty. The bagel chips were almost TOO crunchy but they would be an awesome item to put on some kind of spreadable, like olive tapenade! 

Also their pretzel chips were VERY good. I dipped them in salsa and ketchup and I enjoyed these so much as a snack. They were better than any gluten pretzel I've tried! 

Overall, if you eat gluten-free, Glutino is such a good brand to try! Visit their website to buy some today. 

Have you ever seen their products in the store? What kind of snacks of theirs have you tried?

I received the above pictured items in exchange for my honest review.

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