Gluten is the protein found in rye, wheat, and barley and it can cause serious problems to people who are gluten intolerant or who have been diagnosed with a celiac disease. The treatment for these conditions is a gluten-free diet. It sounds daunting, but switching to gluten-free foods actually means eating healthier food while still enjoying the rich flavors of eggs and chicken or a glass of red wine.

Hosting a gluten-free celebration

Now, have you ever tried hosting a gluten-free office party? It’s easier than it seems, because you can make use of tons of recipes that include healthy and delicious snacks. Nowadays there are even corporate catering services that offer a wide selection of gluten-free foods on their menu. This wasn’t the case in the past, but today gluten-free food is becoming more and more available to everyone. One of the reasons for this is certainly the higher awareness of healthy lifestyle and its benefits. It’s never been easier to prepare a cocktail party at the office with healthy snacks, and with these recipes, the guests will ask for more. 

Gluten-free stuffed mushrooms

Stuffed mushrooms are an ideal snack for Friday night parties as they are fairly easy to make and they get eaten the first! Turn this party classic into a gluten-free snack by substituting parmesan with nutritional yeast. It will taste the same and you will be adding healthy nutrients to your appetizer. The guests won’t be able to tell the difference.

Healthy fat mix

Any gluten-free diet involves consumption of food rich in healthy fats, like nuts, olives, and avocado. You can make a healthy party snack mix consisting of almonds and various sorts of seeds, like chia, sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin seeds. So simple, yet so nutritious and delicious! 

Gluten-free dips

When it comes to herbs and seasonings, the sky is the limit. You can serve anything as long as it doesn’t contain sugar, wheat, soy, and, of course gluten. Mustard is a simple choice, but you can also go with various sorts of salsas, most of which are already gluten-free. Mexican sweet potato salsa is bound to steal the show.

Homemade gluten-free pretzels

Soft pretzels are a trademark of any casual party due to the fact that they are incredibly easy to make and that they always taste good. The best part of your homemade pretzels is their key ingredient – gluten free beer. Pretzels and beer have always been a win-win combination, and now you and your guest can enjoy the mixture of the two in the healthiest way possible. 

Roasted chickpeas

Chickpea is an essential addition to any gluten-free celebration as it has such a pleasant taste and you can prepare it in no time. Mix the chickpeas with a combination of salt, pepper, olive oil, hot paprika, and cumin and roast until they become brown. This delicious snack won’t cost you much and you and your guest will treat yourselves with high levels of protein and fibers.

Gluten-free mac and cheese

It’s hard to believe that such a combination exists, but vegan mac and cheese without gluten is very real and very delicious. The secret of this healthy meal is its vegan sauce and once you mix all these veggies and herbs you get an array of flavors that will give your taste buds a blast. After trying this, your guests may decide to completely switch to a gluten-free version of macaroni with cheese.

Hosting a gluten-free party has never been so easy and these recipes guarantee a good time and a good appetite.

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