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My Kids Eat 5 Times a Day…How About Yours?

Gluten Free Strapple Bars

Every time I’ve just cleaned up the kitchen after feeding people, they’re hungry again.

I walk out after the after-school snack and homework help time…and back in I go for dinner prep.

I start the dishwasher after breakfast, and before it’s halfway through its cycle, I hear, “I’m hungry! Is it snacktime?” from the toddler.

I get a little weary (and I’m sure my kids do too) of offering “trail mix, an apple, or string cheese” for snacks a few times a day, so whenever I can find the time to make a special snack recipe, the variety feels so worth it.

For years, my Healthy Snacks to Go eBook has been the most popular here at Kitchen Stewardship®, and for good reason. Real foodies seem to struggle the most with those quick on-the-go eating necessities of this crazy American lifestyle. (The recipes in that book also will rock your world without taking hours, another reason it is very well-loved!)

But Healthy Snacks to Go was written before our family became a “gluten-light” household, so for many who are gluten-free, it’s not the best fit anymore.

I’m excited to add this new compilation to the KS eBook store, Gluten-Free Snacks from the Community Cookbook crew. 34 real food bloggers joined forces to share our very best gluten-free snack recipes, most of which store and travel very well.

Gluten-Free Snacks eBook: Community Cookbooks

Cover of Gluten-Free Snacks cookbook

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Every recipe is gluten-free, but most don’t require a bunch of GF flours, which I love. There’s a real variety of quick-and-easy snack foods and knock-your-socks off impressive appetizers to share at parties.

And the best part?

They’re all made from real food, whole ingredients, and no junk.

Exactly what you want in your kitchen and in your family’s bellies.

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How to Cook Gluten Free for Beginners

More About “Gluten-Free Snacks”

Gluten-Free Snacks is 84 pages of the best of the best, including categories like:

  • Baked Snacks
  • Crunchy Snacks
  • Dips
  • Hors d’oeuvres
  • No-Bake Sweet Snacks

Of the 34 recipes, 13 are GAPS legal as written with 11 that are GAPS “friendly” (with substitutions). If you’re grain-free in general, 19 of the recipes are Paleo with another 5 ringing in as primal.

GF snacks recipe numbers

Gluten-Free Snacks eBook: Community Cookbooks

Cover of Gluten-Free Snacks cookbook

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$9.97
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BONUS with Purchase

If you decide you want to buy the Gluten-Free Snacks cookbook, I’ll also send you a 50% off coupon for Healthy Snacks to Go, which will give you both books, over 80 recipes total, for less than $15 total.

Table of Contents

I like to see everything I can about a digital product before I buy, so here’s the full list of recipes and a selection of photos to get your mouth watering:

GF snacks photo montage
  1. Banana Walnut Muffins with Squash as the Secret Ingredient
  2. Brutti e Buoni (Hazelnut Cookies)
  3. Chocolate Zucchini Bread
  4. Nut-Free “KIND” Bars
  5. Overloaded Paleo Snack Bars
  6. Pumpkin Poppers
  7. Tropical Quinoa Nut Protein Bars
  8. Crispy Glazed Walnuts (use the code STEWARDSHIP for 10% off at that site!)
    Grain free granola trail mix
  9. Grain-Free Granola/Trail Mix
  10. Italian Sun-Dried Tomato Crackers
  11. Kale Chips
  12. Oven Dried Banana Chips
  13. Spicy Chickpea Nuts
  14. Sweet & Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
  15. Tostones (Twice-Fried Green Plantains)
  16. Tropical Twist Kale Chips
  17. Zesty Nacho Kale Chips
  18. Green Herbed Hummus
  19. Pomegranate Guacamole
  20. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
  21. Smoky Orange Hummus
  22. Southwest Sweet Potato Dip
    superfood bliss balls
  23. Superfood Bliss Balls
  24. Cheese and Walnut Stuffed Dates
  25. Chorizo-Stuffed Dates Wrapped in Bacon
  26. Paleo Pizza Poppers
  27. Pão de Queijo (Brazilian cheese rolls)
  28. Potato Rosti Pizzas
    quinoa crusted spicy onion rings
  29. Quinoa Crusted Oven Fried Onion Rings with Spicy Dipping Sauce
  30. Salmon Cakes
  31. Smoked Mozzarella Stuffed Turkey Meatballs
  32. Coconut Almond Snack Bar
  33. Coconut StrApple Bars
  34. Raw Peanut Butter Coconut Bites
GlutenFreeSnacks-book
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Any questions about the book, please ask in the comments and I’ll answer for you!

Money-Back Guarantee

Since I know the feeling of not being able to thumb through a book before I buy it, I’m happy to offer a satisfaction guarantee: If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, including that you can’t figure out how to get it onto your device or that dietary restrictions make too many recipes impossible for you, simply email for a full refund.

Other eBooks

If you love collecting great family-friendly recipes, I also have 6 other real food eBooks:

And the Community Cookbooks crew has released two others previously:

The Contributing Bloggers

The lovely and talented real food blogging team for this book include:

9 thoughts on “My Kids Eat 5 Times a Day…How About Yours?”

  1. Hi,
    Can you tell me if this book makes much use of a dehydrator? I’m looking for more recipes using mine. Thanks!

    1. Hi Edie,

      The “Coconut StrApple Bar” is the top photo in this post and uses a dehydrator. Also the “Tropical Twist Kale Chips” use one. A couple other recipes recommend you use “crispy nuts” (soaked and dehydrated) in them, but these appear to be the only ones that actually use a dehydrator for the finished product. Hope this helps!

  2. I have entered my email address several times today & still have not received the link. I was already a KS subscriber. I love your books.

  3. Yes, my children eat five times a day. We have scheduled snacks at 10:00 and 3:00. One of the boys learned his numbers by watching for 10:00 snack to come!

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