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Maryland Crab Cakes

Maryland Crab Cakes Many people avoid making crab cakes because they are perceived to be both unhealthy and rather difficult to make. This recipe for Maryland Crab Cakes is a healthier alternative to some of the other recipes you'll find. Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice and red pepper maximize the flavor in these cakes and replace some of the heavier ingredients in other recipes. You'll be pleasantly surprised when you find out how easy it is to make these tasty treats. Serve these cakes as an appetizer or side for a special meal. Your family will be convinced you've smuggled a gourmet chef into the kitchen to cook for you.


Make-Your-Own French Fried Onions

MakeYourOwn French Fried Onions There are a lot of store-bought french fried onions, but not many are gluten-free. These Make-Your-Own French Fried Onions will solve that unfortunate problem. Because it only takes four ingredients, you will absolutely love how simple this gluten-free recipe is. Also, they taste much better than store-bought alternatives. These french fried onions will go perfectly on top of your green bean casserole, or you can serve them as a stand-alone appetizer. If you want to add them to your casserole, make sure you don't snack on too many, or else you won't have enough french fried onions for your dish.


Buffalo Wings

Buffalo Wings Buffalo Wings are the epitome of bar food, but can get tricky when you're trying to adhere to a gluten free diet. With this wheat-less recipe, you'll be ready to watch the game but make sure you have water near by these are spicy. This chicken wing recipe is a great one to keep on hand for when you have a party or if there is a group of people that need a substantial snack. Your party guests will lick the plate clean after they're done licking their fingers.


Spinach Balls

Spinach Balls Don't let the rich green color of these snacks fool you. These Spinach Balls from Gluten Free on a Shoestring are delicious and almost as easy to make as they are to eat. The spinach, cheeses, and bread crumbs combine to create an appetizer that is full of flavor. Each batch serves about 24 people, making these spinach balls perfect for your next party.


Zucchini "Potato" Skins

Zucchini Potato Skins A great twist on a popular appetizer, these Zucchini "Potato" Skins are great for any occasion. These gluten free appetizers replace potato skins with zucchini boats to create a slightly healthier version of this common snack. Feel free to mix up the recipe and top your zucchini with all of your favorite baked potato toppings. This recipe specifically suggests using bacon and cheese. Bring this recipe out on game day, to your next party, or make them as a fun after-school snack. Who can say no to such a healthy and versatile snack option?


Blazin' Buffalo Chicken Dip

Blazin' Buffalo Chicken Dip Whether you are hosting a party, going to a potluck or just in the mood for a spicy snack, Blazin' Buffalo Chicken Dip is the perfect dish to prepare. Made with both ranch and blue cheese dressings are mixed together to make this dip super creamy. Blue cheese crumbles add wonderful tang that complements the hot sauce wonderfully. Serve with some gluten free bread, crackers, or veggies like carrots and celery, and you will find yourself craving this addictive dip after trying it just once.


Gluten Free Toasted Ravioli

Gluten Free Pizza Rolls and Toasted Ravioli These Gluten Toasted Ravioli are a great allergy-friendly appetizer idea! Courtesy of Heidi from Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom, the ravioli is made with flax eggs. The filling is a delicious mix of ground beef, clove, onion, parsley and pinch of salt. You can bake in the oven or simply toast, it's up to you!


Egg Rolls (Meat or Seafood)

Egg Rolls Meat or Seafood Forget take-out...this gluten free appetizer idea from Better Batter brings the restaurant to you! The blend of vegetables in these Egg Rolls (Meat or Seafood option) make this a great start to any dinner. Same great taste, made gluten free!


Cowboy Dip

Cowboy Dip This Cowboy Dip is a wonderful, easy appetizer recipe that will make your taste buds sing. Layer for layer, this dip is packed with amazing flavors. You won't believe how many different tastes come together in just six easy layers. This gluten free appetizer is very simple to create so you will be able to make this in no time and get back to your party. Your guests will be super impressed with your culinary skills when you bring out this amazing dish you don't have to tell them how easy it was to make.


Deep Fried Pickles

Deep Fried Pickles As it turns out, vegan gluten free recipes can be indulgent too!This recipe from Megan of The Gluten Free Vegan takes pickles to another flavor dimension. To make these Deep Fried Pickles, simply coat your dill pickles in rice flour and cornmeal and fry until golden brown. This gluten free finger foods idea also comes with a recipe for vegan buttermilk ranch dressing.


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