Gluten Free Finger Food

    There are a lot of gluten free finger food recipe choices available for your next dinner party including dips, desserts and savoury snacks.

    16 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    2 reviews

    These potato skins make a really special and nutritious snack to enjoy with drinks. They are filled with smoked salmon and yoghurt.

    Recipe by: Elaine Russell

    2 reviews

    Homemade hummus is easy to make and better tasting than most store bought ones. You can also add a little tahini.

    Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

    1 review

    Fibre from beans and vegetables keeps the digestive system healthy and can help lower cholesterol levels.

    Recipe by: Lynn Lewis

    1 review

    I made these for a special friend of mine. All up it took me about 15 minutes and if you know me that's ma kind a thing. Short and sweet! just like these! Made entirely from fruit, nuts and seeds, no nasties but with great taste and texture.

    Recipe by: karenluvslife

    20 reviews

    A hummus with eggplant. using tinned chickpeas makes this hummus very quick to prepare. You can add extra garlic, or some lemon juice, if you prefer a zestier hummus.

    Recipe by: Stengah

    1 review

    Spicy potatoes are combined with prawns and avocado and used to fill lettuce bowls. Topped with yoghurt it's quite the taste sensation!

    Recipe by: Ariana Klepac

    1 review

    An easy and fast soda bread recipe to whip up to accompany soups, stews, casseroles or spaghetti bolognese, that is also gluten and dairy-free.

    Recipe by: Ro13

    No reviews

    I adapted this recipe from an existing one and my kids absolutely love it and it's really easy and healthy.

    Recipe by: katesmith1972

    No reviews

    Adorable little ladybirds made of wee cherry tomatoes, olives and chives that are great for birthday parties and school fetes. Put on a cracker or a cucumber slice.

    Recipe by: CheekyKiwi

    No reviews

    This is one of the jewels I adapted from Kurma Dasa.dips of all time. BIG statement. But true! It is a fantastic example of the “blend and chow in under 5 minutes” philosophy.

    Recipe by: theblendergirl

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