Healthy Gluten Free Snack Options: Giveaway

Healthy Gluten Free Snack Options: Giveaway

Do you know someone that cannot have gluten? Chances are we all do. A friend of mine, Amy Clark from Mom Advice, opened up her heart and let the world know her struggles and how she is trying to eliminate gluten from her diet. She’s finally starting to feel better because of this. It is more common now to find products that are gluten free but I can’t say there is much variety from what I’ve seen when grocery shopping.

Note: Keep reading because there is an easy giveaway to enter below!

When I learned that Van’s Natural Foods offer some amazing gluten free items (certified) and that they also have no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and no GMO or hydrogenated oil…I was excited to tell the world. I know many people can benefit from learning about gluten free options! And the products don’t taste like cardboard either! I always make sure my kids help me test food products because they’ll be honest and spit something out if they don’t like it. Kids are honest that way and make the best testers! A big thank you to Van’s Natural Foods for sending us this care package to try knowing my kids might not like everything they took the risk and it turned out positive because my kids were happy campers and give the products a big thumbs up!

Here is what I was able to try and that my family enjoyed the most:

Van’s Natural Foods PB&J sandwich bars- These were creamy and super good when we dipped them in ice cold organic milk. A perfect after school snack! Yummy! Again, gluten free (certified) with no artificial stuff!Gluten free snack options

Van’s Natural Foods Nacho, Nacho, Man! Multigrain chips –These are my favorite because I love Mexican food and I served these during taco night and they were a hit! Plus they have 18 grams of nutrient rich whole grains. The package says they are bursting with nacho flavor and some might doubt this but I promise you the packaging is not lying!

Win Van’s Natural Food Coupons

I’ll make this very easy for you. Simply leave me a comment telling me about your struggle to find gluten free or healthy food options and why you’d like to try Van’s Natural Foods. Of course I’d love you lots if you shared this on Pinterest, Twitter or Facebook.

One lucky winner who leaves a thoughtful comment by February 7, 2014 will win 3 free coupons for Van’s dry snacks and two for Van’s frozen line! Yahoo!  I’ll announce the winner right here on the blog and Van’s will be in contact with you to claim your prize!

Alright so tell me, have you struggled to find gluten free or healthy food options where you live?

Poquette is a K12.com 3rd grade teacher, a social media and marketing consultant (in her free time), blogger and children’s book author. She has a knack for vetting bloggers, creating blogger campaigns and connecting brands and bloggers. She speaks locally, regionally and nationally on blogging, social media and education. She’s worked with top name brands and has been mentioned and featured in the New York Times, ABC News Online, The Wall Street Journal and several others.
  • Anne Flickinger

    I LOVE IT!

  • bison61

    I am having trouble finding gluten free foods – I’d like some that taste good and are not too expensive

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

  • Sharon Reece

    I’m doing some research and getting ready to switch at least my husband and myself over to gluten-free. Does anyone know of any resources available that would help (like recipes, etc.) Good idea to have the kids be your taste testers!

  • Laura Craig

    I originally tried Van’s frozen waffles because I was looking for a healthier frozen waffle and I liked them. So when they expanded their line into dry foods (cereal, crackers, snack bars) I was excited to try these products as well. I have not yet tried the chips and PBJ bars so I am looking forward to trying these as I am trying to eat more gluten free this year.

  • saniel

    Yes but main problem is finding gluten free, non-gmo vegan products. Lots of items are gluten free but not vegan. I either have to make them myself or go across town to WF.