The 10 Best Gluten-Free Snacks to Stash in Your Bag

The 10 Best Gluten-Free Snacks to Stash in Your Bag

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You’ve got a new one-piece, and your sunscreen game is on point. But there’s one step you might be skipping in your summer beach prep: a stash of gluten-free snacks you can toss in your bag. Many beaches don’t have healthy (or any) eating options, so if you’ve got a gluten allergy or sensitivity, or are just trying to cut back on the stuff, you’re going to want to have these on-hand when hunger pangs strike between dips in the ocean. Just remember to wait 30 minutes before swimming.

A handful or two of this wholesome granola—made with rolled oats, nuts, and organic honey for sweetness—will give you the energy you need for another round of paddle ball. Plus, the convenient on-the-go packs make for less mess in your bag.

($5.69; jet.com)

“She eats truffle sea salt popcorn by the seashore” is about to become your new favorite tongue twister, with these non-GMO kernels that are always popped in heart-healthy olive oil.

($11.99 for 3; amazon.com)

These vegan cookies, which also are free of the 10 most common allergens, taste as bright as the sunshine you’re soaking up.

($4.99; amazon.com)

Try the Thai Lemongrass Coconut flavor to feel like you’re sipping a tropical cocktail—without the hangover. Plus, because the roasted chickpeas are packed with protein, you’ll feel full until you and your friends hit happy hour.

($2.10; jet.com)

Made from sorghum wheat (an ancient grain that’s naturally gluten-free), these pretzel sticks are also corn-free, dairy-free, and soy-free. They are, however, full of crunch for mindless snacking while you finish that Danielle Steele novel.

($4.49; amazon.com)

An actual PB&J sandwich would get soggy sitting out in the sun, but these hearty bars, made with real peanut butter, blueberry, and whole grains, are the next best thing to packing your childhood favorite.

($5.09; vitacost.com)

A handful of sweet, crisp Dang Coconut Chips will transport you to the islands—even if you’re chilling on the local beach. They’re equally good on their own or sprinkled on the ice cream you know you’re going to get on the boardwalk.

($3.70; jet.com)

You may be used to spitting out your watermelon seeds, but you should think twice about that. These sprouted seeds are dusted with a tiny bit of sea salt, and are full of protein, magnesium, and zinc.

($8.32; vitacost.com)

Whether or not you remembered your mobile speaker, you’ve got the beet with lightly sweet dried chips of everyone’s favorite root vegetable.

($3.30; vitaminshoppe.com)

Why eat plain nuts when you can have organic cashews sweetened with a touch of agave and maple syrup and dusted with spicy curry, cayenne, and sea salt? Consider these spicy numbers Baywatch’s Pamela Anderson to regular nuts’ Gidget.

($29.95 for a case; goodbites.co)

     

 

 

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