We recently held a bridal shower for my youngest daughter, and not only did I want to enjoy the food at the shower, I also knew that there were guests coming that needed gluten-free options. The menu included quiche (with and without a crust), spinach salad, chicken salad, the requisite bridal shower cake with pretty pink roses and the following gluten free options:
Peanut butter cookies
I used about 2/3 extra crunchy pb and 1/3 sun butter to cut the sweetness factor. These cookies are amazing because, given the recipe, it doesn't seem like they should turn into cookies. But these taste like standard peanut butter cookies and are great for those moments that you feel kind of deprived because you are eating gluten free.
Chocolate Chocolate Chip cookies
Recipes from Gluten Free on a Shoe String are consistently good, but she does rely heavily on rice flour blends. That said, I have tried a few of her recipes using "Mr Ritt's Gluten Free Flour Alternative" (which is also based on rice flour) and found them good. I used mini chips in this recipe to distribute the chips a bit more evenly.
These oatmeal muffins are from my favorite recipe, and the only change was to use the flour alternative. It was so nice to find a recipe that I love was easy to make gluten free!
The shower was a lovely event and EVERYONE got to enjoy the food!