One of the most popular items for cocktail hours or to accompany light refreshments, pinwheels are small colorful slices of classic cold cut wraps. This version removes the wrap, making it simple to keep gluten free.
This is a fun recipe that is easy to follow and can be made unique if you add your own favorite flavors.
No holiday get-together is complete without a classic crowd-pleasing cheese ball.
When you have an hour, make a batch or double batch and freeze these scrumptious meatballs, then pull out what you need for drop-in guests or a busy evening’s meal.
This fun seasonal twist on the traditional Caprese salad uses grilled beets and a creamy, brined sheep’s milk grilling cheese.
These loaded nachos are perfect for a casual dinner or a party snack. Adding the salsa and other toppings after the nachos bake keeps the chips crisp.
You’ll find several versions of this Spicy Feta Dip that is popular on Greek menus. This is a great recipe to alter with your own style. Make it creamier, spicier or extra cheesy.
This elegant tomato pie combines fresh tomatoes, zucchini and caramelized onions. An optional layer of provolone cheese hides under the tomatoes.
These fresh and vibrant spring salad rolls are a family favorite, especially as the warmer weather starts to roll in! They are inherently gluten free and completely customizable for the dietary needs or restrictions of family and friends.
This recipe for shrimp summer rolls from Chopped Junior winner Maizy Boosin allows everyone to bring their own taste and style to it.