Gluten Free Thanksgiving Snack Fest
November 21, 2011 3 Comments
Alright, I may be weird, but the one thing I love about eating around the holidays is all the snacks! I actually like snacking throughout the day more than the actual turkey dinner. Something about foraging through a tabletop full of gluten free varieties makes me happy. So I wanted to share with you the pending snack fest I’ve got ready for this Thursday (taking it all to the in-laws). Check it out and see if it sparks any snack cravings for you…
I know these aren’t the most delicate options out there, but hey, I’ve grown up eating GF my whole life, so I’m not picky. Let’s roll through the list, from left to right.
- Kirkland Signature Sanoma County Chardonnay – nothing too exciting here from a GF perspective, but this is good wine for the price. Plus wine is gluten free, so there you go.
- Hannah Organic Hummus – it actually says Gluten Free in the upper-right! I know most hummus is probably GF, but at least Hannah advertises it. So they get a shout out from me.
- President Brie – I don’t really like Brie, but I bought it tonight at Costco for my wife so I threw it in the picture.
- Pace Picante Salsa – actually says Gluten Free on the back label, so they get a shout out.
- Kirkland Signature Cashews – these are really the best cashews I’ve had. Nice and salty, and unhealthy too.
- Sesmark Rice Thins – Cheddar flavor is the best in these GF crackers. I’ve been eating these for years and they’re always my goto for snacking with some slices of cheese.
- Kirkland Signature Tortilla Chips – made by Mission brand, they’re just corn and some oil, good stuff.
- Tillamook Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese snack brick – the sharper the better in my mind.
- Boar’s Head All Natural Salami – nitrate free! Great for slicing up and putting on my cheesy crackers.
- Wavy Lays – these are dangerously good. You could easily eat an entire bag in one sitting. Great with or without dip.
- Multigrain Tortilla Chips/Crackers – these are one of my favorites. They are great for dipping with hummus or just snacking on by themselves. They also say Gluten Free on the packaging.
What did I miss? What’s one of your favorite GF snacks on Thanksgiving? Leave your comments below.
Have a good gluten free Thanksgiving!