Looking for gluten free snacks for your Super Bowl party?
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the biggest football game of the year, I’ve gathered six of our favorite gluten free game day recipes to help you gear up for a super time.
Whether or not you’re a football fan, these recipes are sure to make for a fun party with friends and family.
One of the most important foods at a Super Bowl party is undeniably the dip. This homemade, gluten-free and low-carb chunky chili dip has all the ingredients necessary to make it a crowd-pleasing favorite on game day. Recipe here.
Beautiful green sticks of zucchini hollowed into boats and filled with sausage and Gruyere cheese are so incredibly tasty, low-carb, and fun to eat too! Recipe here.
A healthy, easy, and delicious alternative to traditional fried potato chips, these homemade chips are sure to put a smile on everyone’s face during half time. And this homemade dip just makes them a thousand times better. Recipe here.
4. Irish Nachos
This is a fun Irish twist on traditional nachos. Crispy, seasoned potato slices are drowned in cheese, bacon, green onions, and cilantro. Recipe here.
Everybody loves french fries and by frying in avocado oil, you don’t have to worry about snacking on an unhealthy treat. It’s just a fun and tasty way to serve potatoes! Recipe here.
Here’s another fun (and healthy!) “fries” recipe. This time we’re tossing curly potato slices with a hint of garlic, baking in the oven so no frying is required, and topping with aged cheddar cheese and fresh scallions. These curly cheese fries are sure to be a favorite at halftime! Recipe here.
Enjoy, friends! Congrats to the Broncos and Panthers fans. May the best team win!
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