These 10 gluten free game day snacks and sweets recipes are the perfect party appetizers for your super bowl party. They range from healthy to sweet ideas that are all simple. These are the best gluten free recipes with some even being dairy free.
Whether you are doing all gluten free or just providing some gluten free game day snacks for your gluten free family and friends these recipes will work perfectly. I love going to events where I have options to eat. It always makes me feel so included!
Gluten Free Jalapeno Poppers
This easy recipe for baked gluten free jalapeno poppers is keto and low carb friendly. The jalapeno peppers are stuffed with cream cheese, cheddar cheese, bacon and chicken. This is a perfect party appetizer or snack!
Gluten Free Air Fryer Chex Mix
This gluten free air fryer chex mix recipe is a quick and easy way to have a savory snack in under 10 minutes. You can have a healthy, homemade fall snack with little effort. This recipe is similar to the traditional Chex mix with worcestershire sauce, but I've removed anything with gluten.
Air Fryer Savory Herb Roasted Nuts
These air fryer savory herb roasted nuts are healthy and easy to make! If you are looking for a low carb, paleo or whole30 snack these are the best. They are gluten free and super simple to make.
Gluten Free Triple Chocolate Brownies
These simple gluten free triple chocolate brownies are made from scratch and make a perfect dessert. These chocolate chip brownies are so easy and moist! I think you will love this homemade recipe.
Gluten Free Caramelized Onion Dip
This easy recipe for gluten free caramelized onion dip is the best appetizer or potato chip dip. It's a cold dip that's great for Keto or low carb diets. This homemade dip combines fried, golden onions and sour cream for a creamy treat.
Gluten Free White Chocolate Blondies
These gluten free white chocolate blondies are easy to make for something quick to bring to a gathering. This recipe makes the best blonde brownies! They are chewy and delicious with the addition of white chocolate chips and walnuts.
Air Fryer Salt & Pepper Roasted Cashews
This air fried salt and pepper cashew recipe makes a healthy version of the nuts you would buy in the store. It's quick and easy to make a batch in the air fryer to have a homemade snack.
Gluten Free Air Fryer Apple Fritters
This easy recipe for gluten free air fryer apple fritters is the perfect dessert or breakfast for fall. These are made from scratch and then air fried for a healthier version of this fall classic dessert. These donuts are made in under 30 minutes with cinnamon, fresh fruit and a yummy glaze.
Air Fryer Spicy Roasted Peanuts
This easy recipe for air fryer spicy roasted peanuts is the perfect snack! These air fried peanuts are a healthy snack idea that is crunchy and salty. They are great for a low carb or keto diet. I love making homemade roasted nuts in the air fryer for a delicious snack option.
Gluten Free Double Chocolate Cookies
This recipe makes the best chewy gluten free double chocolate cookies! These easy and soft cookies are made with cocoa powder and chocolate chips. They will be a hit for your game day snacks!
Looking for a great place to get gluten free ingredients?
I love to get my ingredients from Thrive Market. Thrive Market has been a game changer for me eating gluten free because they have so many options I can’t get at my rural grocery stores!
What is gluten cross contamination?
If you aren't used to cooking gluten free you may not know that you can cross contaminate. You may have the best intentions to serve gluten free food for you family and friends, but still make them sick.
You need to remember to make the gluten free food separately. Don't use the same bowls, spoons, mixer blade, etc. until they have been washed thoroughly with soap and water.
I would start with making the gluten free snacks and then store them separately from the other snacks you make. By making the gluten free treats first you won't have to worry about cross contamination with the other yummy things you are making to serve.
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