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Looking for something good (gluten-free of course) to make for our super bowl party. What are you bringing?

Also, I've been craving that Hormel Chili cheese dip but it has oats and wheat in it I think. Does anyone have another recipe that is similiar to it?

Go Giants!

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I LOVE Bette's Artichoke Dip and it's always a HUGE hit and stupid easy to make!

1 mid. size jar of mayo

1 can parm cheese

1 small can diced chillies

1 can artichokes

slice artichokes and put everything into a bowl and mix well. throw into a 8 inch pamed pyrex and bake for 30 min at 350.

serve with corn chips.

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Looking for something good (gluten-free of course) to make for our super bowl party. What are you bringing?

Also, I've been craving that Hormel Chili cheese dip but it has oats and wheat in it I think. Does anyone have another recipe that is similiar to it?

Go Giants!

We use the Hormel Chili so unless they have just recently changed it it is good to go. We heat it up and put Velveeta cheese in it. It is always a hit. But I make home made chili for super bowl every year. One of my sons makes a thing he called Super Nacho's. If I can get him to send me the recipe I will post it.

Grump

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Hello.......I just called Hormel this past week and they don not hind any ingredients in their food, the chli with beans is gluten free as well as the Velveeta cheese and salsa bowls-just microwave and use some corn chips. Another good one is to take a piece of gluten-free ham spread cream cheese on it and roll pickle up, slice into 1/2" and stick toothpicks in each so people don't cross contaminate. You could also cut up gluten-free sausages and put in a crockpot with a can of ocean spray cranberry sauce mixed with chili sauce........no crackers needed. Another thing I've done is cut up chicken breasts and put in a small crock pot with gluten-free bbq sauce. Hope some of this helps.

Pam

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Some of my favorite snack type foods that are easy and naturally gluten free:

*Seven Layer Dip with tortilla chips

use McCormick's taco seasoning-they will clearly list any gluten

*an alternative to the "mexican" version is to use old bay instead of the taco seasoning.

*Spinach Dip

use Knorr vegetable dip mix

*Rotel Cheese Dip

Velveeta/Rotel

*Deviled Eggs

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Just to clarify on the Hormel chili - the kind with beans is gluten free, but the kind without beans has wheat in it.

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Buffalo Chicken Dip

INGREDIENTS:

2 (10 ounce) cans chunk

chicken, drained

2 (8 ounce) packages cream

cheese, softened

1 cup Ranch dressing

3/4 cup pepper sauce, such as BW3 Mild (what I used)

1.5 - 2 cups cheddar cheese

1 bunch celery, cleaned and

cut into 4 inch pieces

Tortilla Chips

DIRECTIONS:

1.

Heat chicken and hot sauce in a skillet over medium heat, until heated through. Stir in cream cheese and ranch dressing. Cook, stirring until well blended and warm. Mix in half of the shredded cheese, and transfer to a glass baking dish. Sprinkle the remaining cheese over the top, cover, and bake at 350 for 30-40 minutes. Serve with celery sticks and chips.

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Help!

I am looking for a potato casserole that has a little different twist, rather than the standard.

I am serving: (25 people)

Various types of sausages: Boars Head, Emeriles, Hillshire Farms

Potato casserole

Tomato Pudding

Seven Layered Salad

Corn Bread

Pamela's Chocolate Cake

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Help!

I am looking for a potato casserole that has a little different twist, rather than the standard.

I am serving: (25 people)

Various types of sausages: Boars Head, Emeriles, Hillshire Farms

Potato casserole

Tomato Pudding

Seven Layered Salad

Corn Bread

Pamela's Chocolate Cake

Tomato pudding?

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Tomato pudding?

Yup, it's a southern thing ;)

Pam a corning ware dish

Three cans of Hunts Diced Tomatoes with juice

Three large hand fulls of gluten free croutons

Season with Italian Seasonings, Garlic Salt, Pepper and Sugar

Mix well and pour into oven suitable dish

Bake until bubbly and no longer runny

It should be a little on the sweet side. I add a little crushed red pepper too.

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Help!

I am looking for a potato casserole that has a little different twist, rather than the standard.

I am serving: (25 people)

Various types of sausages: Boars Head, Emeriles, Hillshire Farms

Potato casserole

Tomato Pudding

Seven Layered Salad

Corn Bread

Pamela's Chocolate Cake

I saw this recipe for potatoes that sounded good. I can't get gluten free mushroom soup here, so I have not tried it yet.

Here is the link to the recipe - Ranch Potatoes

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My grandma gave me the instruction book to her crock pot and I don't know if this is what you are looking for but it's STUPID EASY!!!! and you do it in the crock pot! YAY i love a good crock pot recipe!!!!

Creamy Scalloped Potates

2 pounds potatoes

1 small onion thinly sliced

1/4 cup flour (i just used plain ol' rice flour and it was geat)

1 tsp salt

1/4 tsp pepper

2 tbs butter

1 103/4 ounce cream of mushroom soup

4 slices american cheese (i used an entire big bag of shredded cause I LOVE CHEESE!!)

Cut up taters. Toss them in 1 cup water and 1/2 tsp of cream of tartar. drain. put half of sliced taters in greased crock pot. top with 1/2 the inion, flour, salt and pepper. add remaining sliced potatoes and inions and sprinkle with remaining flour. add butter and soup on tip top and cover and cook on low for 7-9 hoursor high for 3-4 hours. add cheese 30 min before serving.

IT'S THE BESTESTESSSSSSS!!!!!!

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gluten-free Chex Mix is super quick and easy and tastes sooo good!

3/4 teaspoons Garlic Powder

1 1/2 teaspoons Seasoned Salt

1/2 teaspoon Onion Powder

1 cup Mixed Nuts

1 cup gluten-free Pretzels

1 cup Bite Sized Garlic Crackers (I break up Edward & Sons Onion Garlic Rice Snaps)

9 cups Cereal (Rice and/or Corn Crunch

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I love the mexican layer dip that someone else mentioned...mmmmm!!!

Also:

Tater skins (small baking potato, baked, cut in 1/2 scoop out the inside leaving a small amount of potato and the skin , top with cheese and bacon bits , put back into the oven to melt cheese and crisp up , serve with salsa, sour cream, guac etc).

Chili cheese fries

Rotel cheese dip (can of rotel, velveeta cheese and put into the crock pot, serve with tortilla chips)

Little smokies covered in bbq sauce

Guacamole

A taco bar (all the fixins for nachos/tacos)

Oh goodness Super Bowl food is SOOO good!! haha

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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This recipe is dead easy and very yummy.

Gratin dauphinoise

Preparation time: less than 30 minutes

Cooking time: 1 to 2 hours

INGREDIENTS

1 garlic clove, crushed

butter

450g/1 lb waxy potatoes, thinly sliced

300ml/

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Another very good potato dish. Can be made ahead.

GOAT CHEESE MASHED POTATOES GRATIN

4 lbs (2 kg) large russet potatoes, cut in eighths

12 garlic cloves, peeled

2/3 cup (150 ml) whipping cream

1 cup butter

1 (113g) package soft goat cheese (about

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I usually do a Mexican food spread, marinated shrimp and chips and salsa for appetizers, tamales with chili, a quesadilla bar, Spanish rice, refried beans, cauliflower salad.

This year I am going to try a couple different homemade salsas:

cowboy caviar (black beans, corn kernels, chopped tomatoes, etc) and mango salsa

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