Gluten & Wheat Free Sides & Snack Recipes

There are 48 snacks recipes.


Kale Crisps

Kale is a superfood and a leafy green that we should all try and incorporate into our diet.  Steamed, it can be quite bitter but cooked like this, it is transformed into something quite different…….and delicious.

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Chicken and Bacon Bites

These chicken and bacon bites are perfect hot buffet food; watch them fly off the plate! Naturally gluten and wheat free, they are simple to make and taste delicious.

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Halloumi Chips

These crisp and slightly salty shallow fried halloumi chips make great party finger food. If you love fries and love cheese, then these are sure to go down a storm. Dip them in this tasty yoghurt-based dip for a mouth-wateringly tasty snack.

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Buttermilk Pancakes

These are American-style pancakes made with buttermilk and they make a tasty weekend brunch. Serve them with a variety of fillings; my personal favourites are bacon with maple syrup and nutty chocolate spread with banana.

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Sweet Chilli Sauce

This Thai-style sweet chilli sauce is quick and easy to make and is the perfect accompaniment to so many dishes.

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Golden Syrup Flapjacks

This is probably one of the easiest flapjack recipes you will find.  Make these sticky, gooey flapjacks in no time at all; they are great for picnics, lunch boxes and when you need a sugary hit!

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Potato Salad

This potato salad recipe has a German twist, with the addition of bacon and vinegar. Personally, I think it’s far superior to a standard potato salad – but will leave you to decide!

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Nutty Chicken Satay

These nutty chicken satay skewers make a healthy snack, or they can be served as a starter on a bed of lettuce. They will keep for a couple of days in the fridge, so are ideal to snack on when you get peckish but want to avoid eating something unhealthy.

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This oatcake recipe is gluten and wheat free and suitable for vegans. Try them topped with some homemade houmous or fresh guacamole. They are lovely and crumbly, tasty and light and can be eaten for lunch with soup, or can be nibbled on by themselves.

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Cauliflower Roasted with Parmesan

A delicious side dish that makes a refreshing change from eating steamed cauliflower. Caramelised, roasted cauliflower florets with plenty of garlic and onions is now one of our go-to side dish recipe.

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