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5 Memorable Recipes for Memorial Day Celebrations

by Cassidy Stockton in Gluten Free, Recipes, Whole Grains 101

Have a fun gathering planned for this weekend? Why not make something fun and different to share with your fellow revelers? We’ve pulled together five awesome recipes that will show off your culinary chops.

Savory Amaranth Fritters: These little bites make a sophisticated hors d’oeuvre for a gathering, but are tasty enough that anyone can enjoy them. They’re best made fresh, but can be kept warm or reheated if need be. These can be made gluten free easily.

Savory Amaranth Fritters

Barley Salad in Radicchio Bowls with Champagne-Orange Vinaigrette: These are beautiful individual salads perfect for a small gathering. If you’ve got a bigger gathering in mind, simply chop the radicchio and add to the salad right before serving. Make this gluten free by substituting sorghum grain in place of the barley.

Barley Salad in Radicchio Bowls with Champagne-Orange Vinaigrette

Millet Spring Roll Salad: All the flavors of spring rolls without the fuss. This recipe is already gluten free and vegan.

Millet Spring Roll Salad

Pear and Bacon Quinoa Pizza: Make this as an appetizer or main dish for a delicious twist on pizza. Sure, bringing a store-bought pepperoni pizza to a party is fine, but why not truly impress folks with something sophisticated? All you have to say is “bacon” and they won’t hear another word.

Pear and Bacon Quinoa Pizza - Heather from Farm Girl Gourmet

Cornbread Waffles and Cornflake Chicken: This might sound like a dish more suited for a fancy brunch, which it absolutely is, don’t get me wrong. However, you could have a lot of fun making these into little appetizers. Make small waffles with small pieces of chicken and voila! fun finger food. This recipe is already gluten free.

Cornbread Waffles with Cornflake Chicken

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