Ah, the Superbowl. Another reason for Americans to get together and declare themselves World Champions of a sport only played in the USA. We’re not harping on the Superbowl by any means. In fact, we love it! It’s a chance to get together with family and friends and gorge on foods like there’s no tomorrow – our favorite “cheat day” of the year (no pun intended, Patriots). But whether you’re hosting or heading out to a Superbowl party, it can be difficult to create dishes that are allergy-friendly and healthy for yourself and others. That’s why we have compiled a list of the Top 5 Superbowl Dishes Made Gluten-Free. Enjoy and happy binging!
Nachos are essential to any Superbowl party, but they can be so bad for you. This recipe is designed to be lean and avoid the fatty ingredients. Not only that, but the chip-to-dip ratio is completely at your discretion. This means no more running out of dip too early!
Where there are chips, there must be dips. The Backfield BLT Dip is an absolute Godsend to your taste buds; plus, it is incredibly easy to make. Need something to make in a time crunch? We highly recommend this recipe!
Burgers without the buns – that’s what being gluten-free means, right? This is a really tasty and creative take on a classic tailgating finger food. Looking to make it dairy-free as well? Just avoid the cheese and sour cream!
If it’s from Rachel Ray, it’s gotta be good, right? This is a very clever interpretation of boneless buffalo chicken wings without the breading. Serve it with celery, carrots, ranch and bleu cheese!
Yeah, yeah, gluten-free drumsticks straight out of the Crockpot – we get it. But gluten-free barbeque sauce? This is a great recipe, and your guests will never know the difference!