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Gluten-Free Recipes: Snacks & Appetizers

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    The finished cauliflower.

    This lovely dish makes an outstanding appetize, side dish with your favorite meal, or a nice h'orderve at a party.



    The finished roasted curry cauliflower.

    This gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free dish is a wonderful vegan snack or side dish!



    The finished spring-time cole slaw. Photo: CC--steakpinball
    I guess I'm what you'd call a coleslaw purist. I never liked it much as a kid, and once I started to like it as an adult, I developed a taste for the most basic coleslaws. I don't want any jalepeños, or other snappy flavors, like whacky, sun-dried tomato aioli in my coleslaw.


    This recipe makes a great, healthy snack that is perfect to tide you over between meals!


    The finished fennel crisps.
    This gluten-free recipe can be served with your favorite dip, or just eaten by itself!


    The finished honey-roasted Brussels sprouts.
    This dish can be served as an appetizer or as a side dish for your favorite meal.


    Here are 5 quick n' easy ways to enjoy Tomatoes in meals, snacks and desserts.


    Here's a great recipe to wow your guests for any gathering you might have.


    Cinnamon and Rosemary Roasted Peanuts (Gluten-Free)
    This recipe makes a great snack that is perfect when you have a few guests over.


    The finished pan-roasted Brussels sprouts. Photo: cc--megan.chromik
    The decadent, borderline sinful combination of bacon and blue cheese is one I use sparingly, but with the season of dinner parties upon us, I can’t think of a better reason to break it out.


    The finished red pepper pumpkin seeds. Photo: CC--justgrimes
    It doesn’t really feel like autumn until there’s a big bowl of pumpkin seeds waiting on the kitchen table. They’re best fresh but can be stored in the freezer for up to a month. I prefer my seeds on the spicy side, but this recipe can easily be toned down without one of the chili powders. A sweeter version with honey, cinnamon and brown sugar is great on yogurt or cereal.


    The finished glazed carrots. Photo: CC--fotoosvanrobin
    Butter and fresh tarragon were once my go-to dressing for carrots, but my flaring sweet tooth recently pulled me in a slightly different direction. This recipe turned out to be just sweet enough to rival dessert. This is a great dish to serve when you have guests, especially if you can get your hands on rainbow carrots.


    The finished roasted artichokes and broccoli. Photo: CC--Laurel Fan
    I find baby artichokes a little underrated; they’re easier to handle and usually cheaper. I tried these for the first time on the grill, but it’s just as easy to toss together and roast. I happened to have pistachios on hand the second time around and they turned out to be the secret star of this dish.


    The finished roasted pears with Gorgonzola. Photo: CC-Lynn Gardner
    I never get tired of turning sweet fruit into a savory dessert. Anjou and Bosc pears are easy to find this time of year. Their denser flesh makes them perfect for baking and roasting.


    The finished blueberry and beet salad. Photo: CC-ericksondesign
    As summer comes to an end, this fresh salad is a great way to enjoy the last flavors of the sunny months. Citrus brings out the best in beets and compliments the sweet blueberries. The creamy dressing pairs nicely with other fruit as well, I like to make a little extra for my lunch or breakfast.


    The finished grilled asparagus. Photo: CC-woodleywonderworks
    This is my absolute favorite way to prepare asparagus, and one that is sure to put a smile on the faces of your family or guests.


    Cobb Salad. Photo: CC-SanFranAnnie
    A good Cobb salad is a satisfying culinary delight! Cobb salad is one of the easiest summertime salads to toss together, and one of my favorite to eat for lunch on a warm day.


    The finished maple-pecan granola. Photo: CC-littlebluehen
    Nothing beats the phenomenal taste and texture of fresh-baked granola. Oats have traditionally been controversial in the celiac and gluten-free community. Though research is still not definitive, it appears that most people with celiac disease can in fact tolerate oats.


    The finished spicy eggplant dip. Photo:
    This lighter version of a typical baba ghanoush has a kick all its own from jalapeños. Serve with vegetables, gluten-free chips, or use as a sandwich spread.


    Great, fresh year round fruit salad. Good compliment to with most dishes or alone as a dessert. Colorful too!

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