Apparently if you live on the East Coast this 2012 Super Bowl is a HUGE deal. Maybe even if you don’t live there, but enjoy the American football. I don’t know about all that, but I do know how to make some amazoids Super Bowl snacks that are also gluten-free. Your celiac friends who also enjoy that kind of thing, will totally thank you, and nobody else has to know your little wheat-free secret.
Frankly, it’s not that difficult for an appetizer-loving, fried food, dipping sauce eating, kind of gal to pull together a gluten-free menu for a sports event. In fact, I call this menu “Gluten-free Sunday afternoon at home with the family.” That’s how much fun we are over here.
So pull out your deep fryer, and strap on your feedbag! This is how you go gluten-free while enjoying the Giants beating the crap out of the Patriots. (So I lived in New York for a long time, I can’t help but take a side here. Even though I really, really, really, don’t care. Really.) Go, Giants! (No, really.)
Hells yeah, this is how you start the day off right.
And keep the party going.
You must get your vegetables! Try it with the best gluten-free crackers.
Always a classic.
Don’t forget the party favorite, two different ways!