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9 Gluten-Free Snacks for Your Super Bowl Party

This year’s Super Bowl is a big one. It’s Super Bowl 50 plus Beyoncé will be there! But everyone knows when it comes to the Super Bowl, it’s really all about the snacks. We’ve rounded up some tasty gluten-free options, so whether you’re into the game or just watch for the commercials, you’re sure to indulge in these treats.

1. Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are one of our favorite party foods. They are super easy to tackle on your own. So, the Super Bowl is the perfect opportunity to give them a go!

2. Black Bean Salsa

We don’t think any recipe could be easier than this one. As long as you can chop up some veggies, you can master it. If you have an intolerance to gluten, you may also have a negative reaction to corn. Swap out for a gluten-free substitute if necessary and enjoy!

3. Sweet Potato Bites

Our mouth is watering just looking at this picture. Sweet potatoes and avocados all in one bite? Talk about a true super. Don’t mind if we help ourselves to one…or ten of these.

4. Bacon Wrapped Sriracha Lime Chicken Bites

Courtesy of Lexi’s Clean Kitchen, these bacon wrapped chicken bites are delicious. Bonus: If you love food and clean eating, this site is a great resource for you!

5. Garlic Lemon Cuban Chicken Wings

You can’t have a Super Bowl party without wings, right?

6. Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Mushrooms

Impress all your friends and family by whipping up this fun dish for the game. The Super Bowl is all about comfort food, and we’re sure everyone at the party could get real comfortable eating one of these.

7. Turkey Chili

We still might be thawing out from this frigid winter by the time the game comes around. This is just the perfect dish to warm up your guests—no matter what team they’re rooting for.

8. Gluten-Free Pigs in a Blanket

No Super Bowl party is complete without this classic. And you’re in luck because this recipe is—you guessed it—gluten-free!

9. Chocolate Covered Football Strawberries

Instead of buying expensive chocolate covered strawberries, make your own! These cute little footballs are on theme and easy to recreate.

Elizabeth Hennigan is a journalism major with a minor in entreprenuership at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As well as being a full time student, she works for her school newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel, and is a Social Media Executive for She's the First: Chapel Hill. Stay tuned for the launch of her personal lifestyle blog coming in a few months and follow her on instagram @ehennigan17.