Top 8 Portable Gluten-Free Snacks
If your clean-eating diet is gluten-free, then this list of clean-eating snacks is for you. All of these clean-eating recipes are suitable for taking out and about with you.
You can enjoy these gluten-free, clean-eating biscuits on their own, or as an accompaniment to dip in soups or serve with salads. Made with sweet potato, tangy cheddar cheese and gluten-free gram flour, these biscuits are not only delicious, they also have a low-glycaemic index and provide slow-release energy.
Roasted butter beans make a really healthy, clean-eating snack as they are high in protein, iron, fibre and b vitamins. These roasted butter beans are very quick to prepare and can provide a filling, on the go snack. They are best eaten immediately, but they will store for several days in an air tight container.
These nuts are a special, clean-eating treat and are the perfect way to warm up on a chilly day. As the hot paprika spiced maple syrup cools, the roasted nuts are coated in a sticky, amber caramel; sweet with a hint of salt and spice. Good food has never tasted better!
These clean-eating cookies are soft, chewy and best of all, healthy. Made with no refined sugar or flours, these cookies are gluten-free and dairy-free. They can be enjoyed for breakfast, or as a filling and nutritious snack.
You can make these raw fruit and nut, clean-eating naked bars yourself in just a few minutes. Made with fresh orange zest and medjool dates, these bars are perfect for an on-the-go snack or energy boost.
These delicious clean-eating, protein balls are full of high quality protein from the seeds and nuts. They might be small, but they pack a high energy punch, perfect for pre- and post- workout snacks.
Hummus is easily made using store-cupboard staples. Chickpeas are low in fat and contain plenty of protein, fibre, manganese and folate. This clean-eating hummus recipe is lower in salt than most commercial brands and it makes a cheap, filling lunch when combined with vegetable crudités or toasted wholemeal pitta bread.
These delicious roasted chickpeas are at their best when eaten warm from the oven, but they can be stored for several days in an air tight container. Chickpeas are a really cheap source of protein for a clean-eating diet, they contain fibre and numerous vitamins including b vitamins and folate.