If you are looking to find gluten free ideas on a budget, consider trying shopping gluten free Aldi snacks. They have such an amazing selection now, along with great prices! I recently put together a basket of gluten free Aldi snacks for a gluten free friend who had a baby. I don’t know about you, but being a post-partum, nursing mom can make me want to eat my arm, so it’s nice to have some easy gluten-free snacks around as an option. Check it out to see how many great gluten free options I found at Aldi!
Aldi Gluten Free Simply Nature White Cheddar Popcorn
Popcorn is a go-to in our house for a quick snack, so Aldi’s gluten free white cheddar popcorn is a fantastic gluten free option. Priced at $1.49 at our local Aldi.
Aldi Simply Nature Sea Salt and Black Pepper Popcorn
Another great popcorn option, we love the sea salt and black pepper popcorn from Aldi. Note, these are also organic choices. This one is also $1.89.
Aldi Simply Nature Gluten Free Tomato and Basil Brown Rice Crackers
I love these as an option for a charcuterie board where I know some of my gluten free friends would appreciate a delicious option. These have a great crunch and pair perfectly with cheese and grapes, and they are priced at $1.99/bag.
Aldi Live G Free Rosemary and Olive Oil Multiseed Snack Crackers
This is another great alternative for a charcuterie board for gluten free friends. Honestly, my kids love these crackers as an after school choice with some thinly sliced cheese and apple slices. Priced at $1.99/bag.
Aldi Simply Nature Gluten Free Cauliflower Crackers, Cheddar
Ahh, is there anything better than a cheese cracker? I don’t think so! Well, maybe cheese crackers and chocolate, but I digress. These cauliflower cheddar crackers from Aldi offer a gluten free option if you are looking to fulfill that cheese cracker craving. Priced at $2.99/box.
Aldi Live G Free Caramel Apple Baked Chewy Bars
If you are looking for a gluten free cereal bar, the Live G Free Caramel Apple Baked Chewy Bars are a good option. These are quite a bit smaller than the traditional cereal bars from Aldi, but they are also more dense and provide my kids a good morning snack when they need something between breakfast and lunch. Priced at $2.45.
Aldi Live G Free Soft Baked Chocolate Chip Cookies
Aldi has great sweet treat options for gluten free diets. I offer these as a dessert option for gluten free friends at parties, and my kids eat them up, gluten free or not! These chocolate chip cookies are cholesterol free, dairy free, egg free, gluten free, nut free, soy free, and wheat free – a perfect allergy friendly alternative. Priced at $3.09.
Aldi Live G Free Brownie Mix
Aldi’s brownie mix is one of our favorite gluten free baking mixes. I include a batch of chocolate chip brownie cookies for any of my gluten-free mom friends. You just combine the mix with 5 TBSP melted butter, 2 eggs, and 1 cup of chocolate chips and bake at 325 degrees for 12-14 minutes. It makes a great gluten free chocolate treat! These are also very allergy friendly: gluten free, lactose free, nut free, soy free and wheat free. Priced at $2.29.
Aldi Live G Free Cheddar Cheese Biscuit Mix
Ok, who remembers those delicious garlic cheddar biscuits from Red Lobster? This option is that for your g-free friends! These biscuits are egg free, gluten free, soy free, and wheat free and you all you have to do is add water, oil, cheddar cheese and butter. Try them! So delicious. Priced at $1.85/box.
I hope this list of gluten free snacks and baking options at Aldi has helped give you some ideas of how you can find some budget friendly gluten free alternatives in your area! As always, prices may range depending on your location. Jump over to my other post to find a delicious and easy recipe for gluten free apple cake using Aldi’s Live G Free yellow cake mix! For more info from Aldi about their gluten free options, hop over to their website for more info.