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We've all had those cravings for something saltyones that only a good bag of chips can satisfy. These 11 Awesome Gluten Free Recipes for Chips and Dips will come to your rescue when you're in the grips of a snack attack. This array of chips and dips are easy to make you can whip them up practically any time of the day. They aren't just for snacking either. Make any of these recipes for parties, sporting event viewings, or as a fun appetizer. Mix and match these gluten free chips and dips. Try the Homemade Tortilla Chips with the Spinach Dip or the Edamame Guacamole. Try all these recipes until you find your favorite combination. You will find all sorts of reasons to make any of these awesome snack ideas.
With a wide variety of flavors and forms, muffins are one of the most common breakfast treats found in bakeries. Every coffee shop in America has a glass containing these tasty confections next to its counter. Don't miss out on the muffin extravaganzasave some money, and a couple of calories, by making your own gluten free muffins. Muffins are a great snacking choice whenever you're a bit crunched for time but still want to eat something healthy and delicious.
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away so here is the first part of a complete list of ways to sneak this nutritional fruit into your breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner and of course dessert. Try any and all of these 16 Gluten Free Apple Recipes and you'll be healthy as a horse. Apples provide so much great flavor, texture and moisture to any dish whether it be a way to sneak fruit into breakfast or crunchy addition to a salad . Go pick some apples and bring 'em home to test out every one of these Gluten Free Apple Recipes. Be sure to check out 16 Gluten Free Apple Recipes Part 2 for more recipes.
Apples are the fruit that keep on giving. Here is the rest of the list of ways to add the world's favorite fruit into the end of your day. Give these 16 Gluten Free Apple Recipes a test drive. Apples in a savory dish help to sweeten things up, not to mention their power to blend cinnamon sugar flavors together in a pie. With a relatively long shelf life, especially for fruit, apples are great to keep on hand and really contribute a lot to all different types of foods. Don't forget to check out 16 Gluten Free Apple Recipes - Part 1 for great ways to squeeze apples into the start of your day.
Sometimes we just need a little bit of sugar in our lives. Let your conscience be guilt-free with this recipe for 3 Minute Raw Caramel Apples. With apples, dates and whatever other toppings you might want, you're all set. This is a great dessert recipe that has no refined sugars. Enjoy these all natural, healthy snacks for a festive fall party food or for an end to a healthy meal any time of the year.
These falafel-like bites are perfect for an appetizer, snack, side dish or main course. Open your minds and your taste buds with Acaraj Brazilian Black-Eyed Pea Fritters. A crispy outside with an inside of garlic, onion and spice gives these vegetarian bites a taste that will leave you wanting more. Quickly whip some of these gluten-free appetizers up for your next party for a treat that everyone can enjoy.
Soup is the best way to get a lot of ingredients in one convenient recipe. Try out one of the easiest ways to incorporate vegetables into your diet with Acorn Squash Soup. This soup can be turned into a vegetarian option with the replacement of a few components. With lots of hearty vegetables, this gluten free soup will have you warmed up and filled up.
African Wat Stew is a one pot wonder that you'll add to your family favorites recipe list. With a decadent consistency, the flavors follow in richness as the spices tickle your tongue and wake up the senses. Enjoy a vegan dinner dish that is easy to prepare making clean up a snap. Have fun tossing in all those veggies for extra nutrients and texture for a gluten free meal for the whole gang.
With a combination of oats, fruit and nuts, kick start your mornings right. Almond Banana Breakfast Oats is warm and creamy with just the right amount of crunch to help energize the day. This gluten free cereal option helps make the morning easy. Give your bowl a little sprinkle of cinnamon to spice up this vegan breakfast idea.
These patties are packed with nutrients and flavor too. Almond Bean Burgers will be the new go to BBQ food, regardless of any dietary restrictions. They are that delicious. The crunch of the almonds and the bright flavor of the basil will really contribute to each bite you take. Put this vegan burger atop your favorite gluten free bun and grab some slaw for an extra texture boost. You've got yourself a full meal all in a convenient burger that you can feel great about eating.
In less than twenty minutes, you can be enjoying some smooth and creamy homemade Almond Butter. All-natural and super easy to create, this will become your new favorite spread. Brighten up your breakfast by using the butter on toast, or add some flavor to your crackers, pretzels, and veggies for an afternoon snack. The possibilities are endless. You can also make this almond butter sweeter by adding sugar, honey, or even chocolate. This simple recipe can also be adapted to make peanut butter. After one taste, you'll never go back to store-bought almond butter again.
Anzac Biscuits are a fun little treat but can be loaded with sugar. Luckily there is an alternative with this gluten-free sugar-free recipe. Have a cookie-like snack that you won't feel guilty about. The crunch of the almond and the flakiness of the coconut will leave you wanting more. So go ahead and take one-there is nothing in this wheat-free recipe that says you shouldn't.
This kid-friendly snack is a perfect after school treat for your little ones. This three-ingredient recipe for Apple "Teeth" Snack is a simple, fun way to get your children to eat their fruits. Peanut butter is the glue that holds this snack together, but you can substitute sunflower seed butter for it if there's a nut allergy in your family. This is a great recipe for kids with celiac disease. Yummy and silly, you can't help but smile back at these entertaining treats. You don't have to wait for Halloween to enjoy them either.
Who would have thought that your favorite tart and tangy drink for fall could play such an integral role in this Apple Cider Beef Stew. Use alternative flours to thicken up the gluten free one pot wonder before you put it in your slow cooker. This recipe requires both time and thyme to really get each component ready for a delectable dinner that requires a bowl, a spoon and a hearty appetite.
Apples and cinnamon were meant to be paired together! This Apple Cinnamon Bread recipe from Gluten Free For Jen uses this classic flavor combination in a gluten free bread that you will not be able to resist. Add this idea to your list of gluten free quick bread recipes for cool autumn days. Think of this gluten free baking idea as banana bread just made with applesauce.
The best flavors come out with the right amount of salty with the right amount of sweet. Try a quick solution to the saltysweet search in a warm gluten free breakfast idea. The Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Breakfast Bake will certainly curb that craving! This gluten free breakfast dish will fill you up and start your day off right. Top off the oatmeal substitute with some of her Maple Cinnamon Pumpkin Seeds that also doubles as a gluten free trail mix snack.
The special thing about these Apple Stuffed Crepes is the apple maple sauce and the completely vegan Kreme Cheeze Glaze. This is a gluten free breakfast recipe that everyone can and will eat. The warm cinnamon flavors and the crunch of the apples are a great combination for a way to start the morning on a weekend when you have some time to play in the kitchen.
Applesauce Oatmeal takes 3 minutes making this an awesome alternative to that boring bowl of cold gluten free cereal. The smooth consistency will warm you up while it wakes you up, helping to kick start the day. Sprinkle a bit of brown sugar for an extra treat and feel free to add any of your other favorite mix-ins to the bowl for a personalized flavor.
Asian Meatballs take ground turkey and turn them into a culinary experience. Pop a toothpick into these little bites for a party appetizer that will have your party guests raving. The soy sauce and ginger flavors throughout the meat bring out the Asian influence without being too overpowering. This recipe is wheat free and dairy free so anyone and everyone can have a helping of these fantastic meatballs.
This Asian Noodle Bowl has lots of ingredients but every step will be worth it for this gluten free one pot wonder. Clean out the fridge with any vegetable you can imagine for a nutritious taste of Asian flavors. Adapt this recipe to your taste buds to make it vegetarian if you want. Or pile on any protein of your choice for the meat lovers in the family. Enjoy this versatile dinner dish that's better than take out.
This Asian Rice Noodle Salad comes paired with a Sesame Peanut Dressing for a healthy gluten free dinner option with many notes of flavor. Have fun with any produce you have as you mix veggies with rice noodles for lots of fun textures. The dressing is sweet with brown sugar but the lime juice brings out a zing of citrus. Enjoy a dinner that's better than take out and it just so happens to be vegetarian too.
This is a gluten free salsa that is a fun way to kick off any fiesta. With Avocado Happy Hour Salsa mix a handful of basic ingredients together to make gluten free dip that makes for a great appetizer. Taking only ten minutes to prepare, top your favorite burger with this tomato and avocado combo for a main dish. This is a versatile recipe that can be made in a snap for any party, dinner or even a gluten free snack option.
Soup is a wonderful snack or starter to a meal but when it's too warm outside for a piping hot bowl, cool things down with Avocado soup. It's chilled making it impossibly easy to make. Throw everything in a blender and let 'er rip with a creamy rich bowl of nutrients and flavor. A splash of orange juice adds a bit of tartness while the coconut milk sweetens it all up. Make this gluten free soup recipe any time of year for an immediate crowd pleaser.
Baba Ghanouj is a fantastic Mediterranean dip that can also be used as a spread. Made with eggplant and garlic, throw everything in a food processor and let 'er rip. You'll have a dairy-free, yet creamy snack to dip veggies or chips into. This is a simple gluten free recipe that you'll find yourself using often for party appetizers, snacks or if you're looking for a nutritious and satisfying dip.
Don't let your chicken get boring or dried out. Instead, tap into these Bacon and Gouda Stuffed Chicken Breasts. The salty bacon will liven up any dish and the gouda brings a level of moisture without being too overpowering in terms of flavor. This gluten free main course is a dinner loved by all with its complex flavors and decadent textures that all wrap up with a lean protein.