Gluten Free Granola Bars

During the holidays the husband and I always seem to be traveling a bunch and it can be tricky finding healthy snacks on road trip or when visiting family and friends.  I have found some great gluten free granola bars over the past few months that we stock up on beforehand so we have snacks handy throughout our whole trip.  The husband (who’s not gluten free) actually loves all of these as well!



LARABAR makes amazing gluten free granola bars.  Most of them only contain about 3-4 basic ingredients.  For example, the chocolate chip cook dough (my personal favorite) contains cashews, dates, chocolate chips and sea salt.  That’s it! I love being able to actually read and understand what the ingredients are in something I eat.  They always label whether each bar is gluten free and/or dairy free so you know exactly what you’re eating.

2. KIND Bars


KIND Bars also have great gluten free, dairy free, NON-GMO labeling.  For those of you that like your granola bars to be a bit crunchy, these are the way to go.  My favorite one is their Dark Chocolate Cherry Cashew.



I love anything gluten free from this brand.  They have amazing cereals, buckwheat pancakes, granola bars and much more.  They have organic ingredients and label NON-GMO, so you really can’t go wrong with Nature’s Path.  A while back, before I went gluten free, the husband actually started getting their Sunrise Crunchy Vanilla cereal without even realizing it was gluten free!



BAKERY ON MAIN has delicious, chewy granola bars with several flavor combinations like Chocolate Almond (my favorite), Apple Cinnamon and Peanut Butter Chocolate.  These can be found in health food stores like Whole Foods or if you live a Charlotte, a local health food store called Healthy Home Market carries them.

You should be able to find most of these brands Harris TeeterTrader Joe’s, or even some Walmart’s.

I hope this has helped any of you who are on the hunt for tasty, healthy, gluten free snacks!