Amazon: Annie’s Gluten-Free Granola Bars Only $2.10 Shipped (Just 42¢ Per Bar)

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annie's granola barsHurry on over to Amazon where you can score Annie’s Chewy Gluten Free Double Chocolate Chip Granola Bars 5 Count box or Annie’s Chewy Gluten Free Granola Bars Oatmeal Cookie 5 count box for ONLY $2.10 shipped when you clip the 25% off coupon and opt to Subscribe & Save! That’s just 42¢ per bar shipped right to your door! This is an awesome price for gluten-free granola bars!

Annie's granola bars Amazon deal

NOTE, if you have 5 or more subscriptions arriving in a month, you’ll save a whopping 15% off this order instead of the regular 5% – which will sweeten this deal! Remember, when you sign up for Subscribe and Save, you are under NO obligation whatsoever and can cancel at anytime. To cancel or modify your Subscribe and Save items, just click on “my account” and then “subscriptions” and then you can cancel and/or modify anything you want.

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  1. johninpa

    $1.50 for me! Sweet.

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      Awesome!

  2. Karina

    1.50 was my total. Yeah. This deal came in handy because today I was diagnosed with celiac disease.

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      Awww…so sorry to hear that! 🙁 Glad you were able to grab this deal to help!

    • Maggie

      You are going to be ok 🙂 I’m two years in and there are so many products available that you really can enjoy your favorite meals! I have three kids, I used to make separate meals, but they have gotten used to my substitutes and don’t even mind anymore. Good luck!

      • Karina

        Thanks Maggie for sharing your story. Today I felt very overwhelmed but now I’m starting to figure things out. Would you share any website or blogs that were useful? Thanks

    • erica

      Oats are not truly gluten free. Wheat, barley, rye and oats are all bad. But your doctor will likly say they are fine.

    • jac

      Karina, when my daughter was finally diagnosed at age 17, I remember being overwhelmed as our family learned how to help her. To make it as easy as possible, we all went g free, which was a decision that we agreed upon after discussing as a family. This made cross-contamination and extra meal preparation non-issues. But the approach we took was not to find g free substitutes in most cases. Instead we tried to find a new normal; by that I mean that we focused on eating real foods that were naturally gluten free, rather than g free versions of what we used to eat. We got rid of the toaster and stopped eating bread, no longer ate crackers, cookies, cereals, etc. We ate lots of fresh produce, dairy (as tolerated) and fresh meat & eggs. And a few years later it was easy for us all to go grain & sugar free, as well. Those changes have helped her thrive. After many years of chronic nutrient deficiencies and stunted growth, she grew 3 inches in 8 months–as a college freshman! You will feel so much better as your body heals and you find what works best for you. If you’re interested you might search for Danielle Walker and for the gfjules website. They have similar stories but offer very different ways (that have worked for them!) to manage their celiac disease.

  3. Barb J

    2.14 for me but I had amazon credit so got it free. thanks. stocking up on back to school snacks for the kids.

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      You’re welcome Barb!

  4. Jennine

    Oatmeal cookie flavor has the same deal! Perfect for me as I’m odd and don’t like chocolate in my granola 🙂 just give me the chocolate bar haha

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the heads up Jennine! Just added this deal!

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