Gluten-free starters, appetizers, hors d'oeuvres, whatever you call them, are the snacks to have ready when the crowd is starting to show up and you're still in the kitchen putting the rest of the evening's dishes on plates. Try these, which require little more than heading to the store and opening some packages when you return home.
Set up a sandwich bar. Buy a few loaves of gluten-free bread, cheeses and cold cuts, mayo, mustard, pickles and cole slaw and you're done. Here are some bread suggestions:
Clever mixing of several prepared gluten-free foods can result in good eats without much effort at all. Try these:
Head over to the nearest gluten-free baked goods supplier, whether that's a health food store, neighborhood chain supermarket, Whole Foods, or if you're lucky, a gluten-free bakery, and pick up some of these delicious items, which will satisfy any sweet tooth:
Babycakes Gluten-Free Bakery
tu-lu's Gluten-Free Bakery
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