Finding healthy gluten free snacks can be a problem when you are out and about, as many of the common snack foods, such as crisps (chips) and cookies, contain gluten.
A little planning, however, can ensure that you always have something with you that is safe to eat.
Fruit of any kind is a handy snack, but do be aware of the high sugar content in some fruits if you are also diabetic. Berries (such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries) are your best choice, to avoid raising your blood glucose levels rapidly.
Raw veggies, including carrot and cucumber batons, can be prepared in advance and stored in the fridge, for moments when you get "the munchies".
Something else I like to keep in the fridge are hard boiled eggs, great for a protein boost.
Nuts, along with sunflower and pumpkin seeds, make great snacks either raw or roasted.
With a bit of preparation ahead of time it is possible to conjure up some tasty nibbles whenever required. The Fruity Millet Bars below, would also make a great "on the go" breakfast option. Let's start with these and then I will add a couple of recipes that don't even need cooking!