Traditional Italian Meatballs are one my favorite meals – ever! Meatballs are a great addition to soup or stews. They also make a fabulous party dish. Just serve them in a pretty dish, stick a toothpick in them, and they’re the hit of the party! They are super easy to prepare and make a great meal any time of the year. I usually make Gluten-Free Italian meatballs when I have some extra time on hands so that I can freeze them and have a ready made meal or primary ingredient when I need it.
Gluten-Free bacon deviled eggs are as awesome as they sound! The best flavor of breakfast become your favorite appetizer. This amazing No Sugar Added Gluten-Free recipe makes 24 halves at a time but that just might not be enough!
Stuffed Celery Sticks With Apples & Walnuts is a very versatile Gluten-Free, No Sugar Added dish. You can serve it as an appetizer, a side dish, or even a snack. They are quick and easy to make and a big crowd pleaser. Any way you serve them up, they are a delicious!
There is nothing like a big old plate of Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Sriracha Chicken Wings to put a smile on my face. In fact, wings are my go-to Saturday night dinner. If I’m feeling especially generous, I might make them for the whole family. But if I’m being honest, most times I wait until the boy goes to bed and it becomes a feast for the hubby and me. Throw in some celery sticks and a tall, cold glass of iced tea and I am a happy camper!
South of the Border Deviled Eggs are the perfect Gluten-Free appetizer for any party or Mexican fiesta meal. They are packed full of nutritional goodness and are delicious and satisfying. They are very simple to prepare and take very little time. They can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator.
Stuffed Tomatoes with Truffle Herbed Goat Cheese Recipe from Easy Gluten-Free Entertaining Cookbook by GlutenSmart. When I think of spring, immediately the vision of tulips come to mind. So, why not serve up some edible tulips at your spring party? In the form of tomatoes, that is. Hollow out a tomato and what does it resemble? You got it, a tulip. Now pair it with some creamy goat cheese, herbs and a touch of truffle oil and you have one delicious garden bouquet to serve up to your guests.