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22 Gluten Free Super Bowl Snacks (Finger-lickin’ Good)

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Gluten Free Game Day Snacks

These 22 gluten free Super Bowl snacks are sure to score a touchdown at your game day gathering.

Whether you’re hosting a party or just looking for some delicious gluten free options to enjoy while watching the big game, this selection of snacks has something for everyone.

From savory bites to sweet treats, these recipes will keep you and your guests satisfied without compromising on flavor or texture.

With the increasing popularity of gluten free diets, it’s important to have a variety of tasty options available for everyone to enjoy, and these snacks deliver just that.

A collage of gluten free super bowl snacks.

Eating Gluten Free Game Day Tips

  • A lot of game day recipes contain blue cheese including the ones I have included. Blue cheese is usually gluten free. Double-check the label of the package.
  • Use gluten free Worcester sauce.
  • Tortilla chips are usually gluten free since they are made from corn and fried in oil. If you prefer to avoid grains these Siete Tortilla chips are great!
  • If you’re going to a Super Bowl party bring gluten free snack options for yourself.
  • If you’re at a party, a gluten free dip can easily become contaminated if there are options to dip in it that have gluten, like bread. Consider asking beforehand if you can add some of the dips to smaller bowls for yourself to snack on during the game.
  • It’s okay to have some snacks that you just keep for yourself at a party to avoid cross-contamination. Your friends and family will understand.

Gluten Free Super Bowl Snacks

These 22 gluten free Super Bowl snacks are sure to score a touchdown at your game day gathering. Whether you're hosting a party or just looking for some delicious gluten free options to enjoy while watching the big game, this selection of snacks has something for everyone. Many of the snacks are dairy free too!

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