Gluten will not be missed at your Game Day party. This collection of delicious and gluten-free Super Bowl recipes will present you with just one problem… How will you ever choose which of these fabulous snacks to serve?
Especially, when you get to the dips. They are drool-worthy.
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This roundup of gluten-free Super Bowl food contains only gluten-free recipes, but always check the labels to make sure that every ingredient you buy is actually gluten-free.
You’ll notice a few ingredients that repeatedly pop up in these recipes. Hot sauce, buffalo sauce, and ranch dressing are game-day standbys.
Small plates, fingers, and napkins are all your guests need to enjoy football food. Make a variety of these awesome gluten-free Super Bowl appetizers to feed a large crowd or just one or two for a football party of 2-4.
How to Make an EASY Gluten-Free Charcuterie Board – Go Gluten Freely
Making a gluten-free charcuterie is easier than you think! Follow this guide to create a simply beautiful tray of snacks for football fans to graze throughout the game.
Beef Kofta Kebabs with Tzatziki Sauce are packed with protein and can be made in 30 minutes! Serve them on a platter with gluten-free flatbread, an assortment of fresh vegetables, and tzatziki sauce for the perfect game day snack.
These homemade air fryer jalapeño poppers are an incredibly delicious party appetizer and could not be simpler to make. These perfect poppers have a tasty bacon cream cheese filling with a crunchy gluten-free panko breadcrumbs topping that becomes super crispy crunchy thanks to the hands-off time in the air fryer. They’re a great option to serve at your next game day celebration or Super Bowl party!
These homemade gluten-free mozzarella sticks are crispy, cheesy, and restaurant quality! With oven-baked and air fryer options, this healthier version of the classic game day appetizer is easy to make and delicious to enjoy.
It’s not Super Bowl Sunday without wings. So many delicious flavors to choose from. Pick one or two of these crowd-pleasers.
Crispy Baked Lemon Pepper Wings
These oven-baked lemon pepper chicken wings are coated with a lemon pepper dry rub and then baked until they're super crispy. Finally, they're finished with a flavorful lemon butter sauce. They're the perfect game-day appetizer or a tasty meal on their own!
The Best Hot Artichoke Dip from another one of my favorite gluten-free food bloggers, Erin at Meaningful Eats. She says EVERYONE always asks for this recipe! Perfect for any kind of party or gathering. An easy, make-ahead dip!
A perfect game-day dip featuring the always-popular flavors of a reuben sandwich with corned beef and without the bread! Super easy to make in either your oven, microwave or slow cooker! Be sure to substitute gluten-free crackers or bread for dipping!
Sausage Dip is a perfect appetizer recipe for a party or game day! Made with 5 ingredients, a cheesy spicy dip for a tailgate or event. Gluten free, keto low carb. Simple, fast, and easy dip with meat.
This collection of pizza-inspired appetizers offers fun twists on every kid’s favorite food.
Start with the absolute best gluten-free pizza recipe cut into appetizer-sized bites. Or try the more creative ideas on this list of pizza snacks: from pizza dip (oh my!) to pizza rolls.
Caputo Gluten-Free Flour Pizza Recipe: the BEST Pizza Crust – Go Gluten Freely
This is the pizza of your pre-gluten-free days! The crust is made with Caputo Fioreglut gluten-free flour from Italy, for the win. Your Superbowl guests will devour it and never notice the gluten is missing.
Meatballs are a great appetizer for a crowd. Make mini-meatballs in advance. Warm them up on game day, and set out a bunch of toothpicks.
The meatballs will stay at the perfect temperature in your slow cooker, while your guests go back for seconds, thirds (and more!) throughout the football game.
Gluten-Free Turkey Meatballs Recipe – Go Gluten Freely
Easy gluten-free turkey meatballs leave out the gluten, but keep everything you love about flavorful, tender, classic meatballs! Make them miniature-size, and keep warm in a crockpot for a hearty Game Day appetizer.
These Whole30 Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Meatballs are the perfect appetizer to serve on game day! Or turn them into a bowl for dinner with some veggies and ranch! Either way – these are sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Gluten-free, dairy-free, Paleo, Keto! Be sure to use gluten-free buffalo sauce.
Easy turkey meatballs are baked in the oven and slathered in gluten-free BBQ sauce making them mouthwatering but healthy. Check out the gluten-free tips! If you select oats from this recipe's options, be sure to use gluten-free oats, as most mainstream oats are cross-contaminated.
Put these easy appetizers on your game day menu, and you will wow your seafood-loving guests!
The Best Cajun Shrimp Cocktail
Cajun shrimp is packed with flavor, and only takes 15 minutes to make. The shrimp is pan fried after marinating in cajun seasoning then it’s served with a spicy homemade cocktail sauce and fresh lemon juice.
This crispy air fryer coconut shrimp recipe is the ultimate gluten-free party appetizer! Made using simple ingredients that you likely already have in your pantry, these crunchy shrimp are bursting with coconut flavor. Serve them with homemade sweet chili sauce for a delicious restaurant-quality seafood recipe at home!
Potatoes are another staple of Super Bowl Sunday. Choose from these original recipes:
Air Fryer Potato Skins
A perfect game day recipe from one of my favorite gluten-free food bloggers, Create Kids Club's air fryer potato skins are a simple and delicious appetizer. Cooked potatoes are cut in half, the flesh is scooped out, it's brushed with oil, air fried, then cheese is added and melted. We topped with sour cream, guacamole, and red pepper flakes but you swap for your favorite toppings.
Here's the perfect gluten free snack for your next Game Day celebration! Buffalo Chicken Tater Tots will get the party started by combining two of your favorite things…tater tots and buffalo chicken dip!
Spicy, crispy, cheesy buffalo smashed potatoes. The potatoes are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. They’re topped with buffalo sauce, green onion, and parmesan cheese. So good and addicting, you’ll want to double the recipe.
Delicious cheese and bacon rolls are homemade from scratch. This no-yeast recipe is super easy to make and gluten-free. These cheese and bacon rolls are super easy to make. They will make a perfect Superbowl snack.
Last but not least, put out coffee and delicious desserts during the third or fourth quarter.
Cherry Cheesecake Dip
Cherry cheesecake dip tastes exactly like cheesecake but is made in a fraction of the time. This simple gluten-free appetizer is made with cream cheese, vanilla pudding mix, vanilla, and milk. It's topped with cherry pie filling but can easily be substituted for blueberries, strawberries, or blended with chocolate chips. Serve with gluten-free vanilla wafers or graham crackers.
Gluten-Free Whiskey Almond Cookie Bars with Sea Salt
Celebrate the Super Bowl with these gluten-free whisky almond cookie bars… a gooey almond cookie stuffed with choc chips, a whiskey kick, and topped with sea salt. They are perfect for snacking and sharing.
These vegan and gluten free lemon cookies have a perfectly soft texture and fresh lemon flavor. They are made with almond flour and coconut oil to make them chewy and full of flavor. Add a lemon glaze and fresh lemon zest on top for the perfect touch!
These chocolate covered peanut butter balls are made from 6 real, wholesome ingredients. A healthy no-bake dessert everyone will love. For gluten-free and vegan chocolate, use Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips.
This chocolate chip cookie, made in a cast iron skillet, is ooey, gooey, chocolatey, and so indulgent. You’ll never be able to tell that it’s vegan, gluten-free, and made with healthy and nutritious ingredients like chickpeas, almond flour, and peanut butter.
When shopping for these fabulous gluten-free Super Bowl recipes, always double-check that you are buying gluten-free ingredients.
Here are a few gluten-free brands for the top items in this recipe round-up: hot sauce, buffalo sauce, and ranch dressing. Remember to read the labels at the time of purchase for the most up-to-date information.
Frank’s Hot Sauce – This popular brand of hot sauce appears in several recipes in this roundup. While not labeled gluten-free, Frank’s has a reassuring allergen statement referring customers to read the current label when purchasing, committing to declare all gluten-containing ingredients (ie. barley will not be hidden under “natural flavors”) and highlighting cross-contamination prevention procedures.
Well, there you have it. Gluten-free ingredients and more than enough recipes to keep your football fans fed and happy. But if you still want more, check out this collection of gluten-free soup recipes.