Mar 10, 2009

Gluten Free Snacks: Cinnamon

If you are looking for some cinnamon snacks, here are some good gluten free options.

Kinnikinnick cinnamon sugar donuts - These now come in a box, instead of a bag. The texture and taste has improved greatly. Just take one out of the freezer and put it in the microwave for 25 seconds to enjoy a warm donut with a yummy cinnamon taste and aroma!

Cherrybrook Kitchen Gluten Free Dreams Vanilla Graham Mini Cookies - Yes, the name is vanilla, but these taste like cinnamon teddy grahams. This is a great new product, but not the best name for it.

Jo-sef cinnamon graham crackers - These are basically cookies, not crackers. They have a good taste, but are very different from gluten graham crackers with regards to size, shape, thickness, and fat content.

Cinnamon applesauce

Cinnamon raisin bread - Whole Foods bakehouse makes a good gluten free one, although I haven’t seen it at the store lately.

Cinnamon sugar toast – Add butter and sprinkle some gluten free cinnamon sugar (I use McCormick) on your favorite gluten free bread, English muffin, or bagel.

Josef cinnamon cookies – I haven’t tried these, but they sound good.

Gluten Freeda Snicker Poodles – I haven’t tried these, but have read excellent reviews. You can read a review at the Gluten Free Post. It is only takes 20 minutes to bake this frozen cookie dough. Here is a funny quote from the directions:

Remove from oven and let cool slightly, then remove them to a rack or
directly into your mouth, pausing occasionally to breathe

Cinnamon rolls recipe from Linda at the Gluten Free Homemaker

Snickerdoodles recipe from Gluten Free is Life


Dr. Steve Nenninger NMD - Daily Blog said...

Who can eat those??? After all this celiac I have no metabolism . . . basically tape them to my gut :) LOL ... good info anyway, thanks.

Linda said...

It's nice to know the donuts are improved. Maybe I will try them again.

dana aka Gluten Free In Cleveland said...

You know, I have never tried those donuts - mainly as an "I'm afraid if I buy 'em once, I'll never stop" - but one of these days I'm just going to have to try too. And your cinnamon post really got my taste buds rolling! :)