Finding gluten free snacks to buy can be time-consuming. Especially if you are new to a gluten-free life. Reading and deciphering labels can be challenging.
You can find all of these delicious gluten-free snacks to buy find at your local Target (flavors may vary).
Who doesn’t like a quick snack? While healthy, homemade snacks are great, most of us don’t always have the time to make everything from scratch. And sometimes we just want to pick up a bag of cookies or crisps.
Since I began living gluten-free, I’ve been on a mission to find gluten-free snacks. And that has been fun. What has been less fun is trying to figure out labels to find out if a snack is gluten-free or not.
To save you some time I’ve compiled 7 yummy gluten-free snacks to buy right at Target.
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If you are looking for Sweet Gluten Free Snacks to buy
Until I’ll find a better cookie, THIS is it! The world’s best cookie. (This not a sponsored opinion!… but if WOW wants to send some cookies our way 😉 we’d appreciate it.)
I’ve tried both WOW Lemon Burst and WOW Key Lime and White Chocolate Cookies.
And I was (gluten-free) cookie-heaven. They are buttery, richt, and very flavorful.
I mean really, really good, just thinking about it now makes me want to run down to our local Target
Random Cookie Confession: The first time I bought the WOW cookies, I shared two (2) cookies with my family. And then ate the rest of the bag myself … what can I tell you .. . I didn’t even feel bad.
They are just that good!
The next time I bought them, I accidentally dropped on and Riley (our cockapoo) snatched one right up. And he made it abundantly clear that he LOVES these cookies, too. Seriously, I’m going to shush myself talking about these cookies … but really they THAT good.
Did you know that Macaroons are originally from Italy? Traditionally, they macaroons made are made with an almond paste. But there is also a type of Macaroons that is made from coconut.
A word of caution about macaroons.
In the beginning of my gluten-free journey, I thought all macaroons were gluten-free but there are plenty of recipes that include flour (including the ones at Trader Joe’s)
Thankfully, the Absolutely Gluten-Free Coconut Macaroons are not made with wheat flour.
You know how the internet can be super smart. If you like this you will also like that. I’m not a super computer, but I’ll go out on a limb.
And I guess that if you enjoy Tate’s chocolate chip cookies, you’ll love the gluten-free coconut crisp cookies.
Whichever one you can get your hands. Grab a bag (or two); they are a real treat.
If you are looking for savory Gluten-Free Snacks to buy
The Snyder’s Gluten-Free Snacks are on my what gluten-free snacks bucket list.
Hot Buffalo Wing pretzels? Hello, yes please.
These could be great for football Sundays or for after work snacks.
What’s not to love about Tortilla Chips? Perfect for parties or an evening with friends.
Great for scooping up salsa, guacamole or a delicious Mexican dip like this (vegan) recipe from Minimalist Baker.
You can also have the Corn Tortillas and serve them with the Cowboy Caviar Casserole.
If you’ve ever tried one of the Harvest Snaps you know just how amazing they are.
Baked and not fried they make for a pretty healthy gluten-free snack.
And if you can’t find the White Cheddar try my other favorite the Harvest Snaps Lightly Salted. Yummy!
Between Sweet and Savory
If you are a fellow kettle corn lover this snack should definitely make it on your list. Sweet and salty is such a good (and addicting!) snack combo.
At 70 calories per cup this snack won’t add too many calories to your daily totals.
Share your favorite Gluten-Free Snacks to Buy in Store or Online
What’s your favorite gluten-free snack to buy at Target or at any other store? Do you prefer to shop for snacks in store or online?