I’ll probably get burned at the stake saying this seeing how I live in the middle of Patriot nation, but I wouldn’t really know that the Super Bowl was playing this Sunday if half my co-workers hadn’t worn Patriots jerseys to work yesterday. We typically have a pretty strict dress code that includes company labeled attire; however, in the spirit of the pigskin, jerseys and hats were allowed today as part of the celebration. I care as much about football as Paula Dean does about push-ups.

Anywho, this Sunday marks a very big event for New Englanders, and it goes without saying that even non-football fans will partake in some part of the festivities, whether its for the social aspect or even just for the commercials. And between the hooting and hollering, (who are we playing again?) we’ll be elbow deep in chili and tortilla chips, and not to mention all sorts of other indulgences.

Whether you’re hosting yourself or heading over to friends to enjoy the evening, there are still plenty of options for food you can bring that are both gluten and dairy free. And so that you don’t have the lone dish on the buffet table that has the pity serving taken out of it, I’ve compiled a list of foods that you can make that are both gluten and dairy free that other people, besides you, will actually want to eat.

Check the list out below and tell me that these don’t sound awesome.

10 Gluten Free Superbowl Recipes That Other People Will Actually Want To Eat:
  1.  Deviled Eggs
  2.  Bacon wrapped in scallops
  3.  Guacamole
  4.  Almond Bites
  5.  Chocolate Coconut Truffles
  6.  Pulled Pork
  7.  BLT Salad
  8.  Dairy-free chocolate mousse
  9.  Green pork shitake sliders
  10.  Chicken Satay

Or… you know, pretty much anything, wrapped in bacon will do.

How about you?  What do you plan to make?  And any bets on who’s going to win?  Let me know in the comment section below.

 

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