Bite-sized gluten free appetizers are perfect when you’re entertaining on Game Day or any time you’re eating on-the-go. Here are ten of my most favorite recipes, every one a crowd-pleaser!
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In this recipe collection, you’ll find 10 recipes for the very best gluten free appetizers. Crispy, crunchy gluten free crackers, and classic spinach dip (recipe for homemade “onion soup mix” included!).
There’s also old school sausage balls to super easy baked brie en croute.Basically, everything you thought for sure you’d never, ever have again, now that you or someone you love is gluten free.
My family is a sports family, no doubt. All three of my kids play team sports nonstop, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. They learn to win well, lose well, fail and try again. They don’t watch a ton of TV, but they know I’m likely to say yes when they ask if they can watch “the game,” whatever game it is.
With football season upon us, even though that’s pretty much the one sport I won’t let them play (protect the head!), we still watch. And you gotta eat, right? So go team! 🏈⚾️⚽️🏀 !!
These crispy, crunchy gluten free crackers are one of the oldest recipes on the blog—and I don’t even cringe when I look at the photos! They’re made with cornmeal for some bite and Parmesan cheese for depth of flavor.
Can’t have Parm? Try using nutritional yeast in its place. Snacking perfection. Period.
With or without crisp bacon (with!), these gluten free garlic knots are crispy on the bottom, soft inside, and packed with flavor. I really love making them in a cast iron skillet, but they can of course also be made in a heavy-bottom cake pan.
Low carb, gluten free zucchini tots are the perfect finger food to enjoy without any guilt—and even veggie haters love them. I should know!
I live with one very big veggie hater. And haters gonna hate—except when it comes to these tots.
Gluten Free Chicken-in-a-Biskit Crackers are a homemade version of a copycat of the crispy, buttery and flavorful Nabisco favorite.
The secret to getting the flavor just right is in the homemade vegetable bouillon—but you can use store-bought powdered bouillon as well (Massel brand is gluten free, if you can find it).
Gluten Free Baked Brie en Croûte. It’s so, so easy to make this most gorgeous of appetizers, and it can be made in stages and then just baked at the last moment. All you need is a wheel of brie cheese, and gluten free pie crust.
Make the crust as far in advance as you like, then roll it out, wrap up the cheese and bake. It’s a classic for good reason!
Made with our homemade Bisquick-style blend, good quality sausage and mild grated shallots, these gluten free sausage balls will bring back memories!
The secret to this gluten free spinach dip is a simple homemade Lipton-style onion soup mix. The Lipton packet used to be gluten free, until they added a barley derivative.
No problem—we can make our own, and it’s every bit as delicious!
This easy recipe for Asian chicken lettuce wraps is made with sesame oil, soy sauce, garlic, rice vinegar and wine, and just a touch of honey. A family favorite in my house!
Serve it over rice for a family-style meal, or in lettuce cups as an appetizer.
Thick crust pizza dough + tons and tons of cheese + garlic pressed into a gorgeous paste = pizzeria-style gluten free pizza breadsticks. Truuuuust me.
Gluten free arancini. Cooked risotto rice, stuffed with mushrooms, beef and cheese, dredged in gluten free flour, egg and coated in bread crumbs, then fried gently to perfection.
Make the rice ahead of time, and you’ll be amazed at how easy this classic Italian delight really is.