Whether you’re trying to cut our gluten because you just fancy it, or whether you have to ditch the gluten for your health, you’ll be happy to know that a life without gluten doesn’t have to be boring. Sure, you might not be able to eat a giant bowl of pasta or even that late-night bowl of cereal, but that doesn’t mean that you have to miss out. There are hundreds of yummy gluten-free snacks out there, and we have a feeling that you’ll love all of them.
No, we’re not asking you to go out on a date with us, sorry. While dates probably aren’t high on your list of groceries, they are actually pretty delicious. They are completely healthy and natural and are perfect for when you just want an easy snack. If you want to get a little creative, however, you can add them into the likes of sweet bars and cookies.
Chocolate And Coconut Bananas
This may sound like a whole load of flavors going on in one dish, but it totally works. To make this delicious snack, melt down some cocoa nibs to create a chocolate sauce. Then, dip the banana into the sauce or drizzle it over the top if you want to be a bit more creative. To finish off, drop some coconut flakes onto the hot chocolate and pop them in the fridge. You’ll be surprised just how good they are.
Peanut Butter Mug Cake
Everyone loves peanut butter, right? Well, now you can transform it into a delicious mug cake in just one minute. For this recipe, all you need is gluten-free flour, peanut butter, almond milk, maple syrup, baking powder, and chocolate chips if you fancy them! Simply mix all of the ingredients together in a mug and then pop in the microwave for a minute. After this, you just have to enjoy the magic.
When in doubt, popcorn will definitely be there to save the day. Popcorn is the kind of snack that you can make by yourself, or you can simply buy it at the store. This means that you can choose the easy or the hard way, and then switch up the flavors on your own. Popcorn is completely gluten-free and definitely yummy.
So, which gluten-free snack will you be trying first?