GLUTEN FREE LADIES LUNCHEON

I wanted to share some ideas for a gluten free ladies luncheon that I prepared last week.

Sharing some ideas for a light, gluten free ladies luncheon.

Two of my daughters and I have been doing a bible study, that we completed a few weeks ago. We planned to get together at my house and discuss the final session.  I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies luncheon, since these two daughters eat
gluten free. 

I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladiesI prepared a few appetizers such as ham pinwheels with
chive and onion cream cheese filling, cheese chunks, and
crust-less mini quiche. 

I also had a fresh fruit tray with a strawberry cream cheese dip.

I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies The main course was grilled chicken salad, baked potatoes,
and homemade chicken salad. (I took pictures of the table
before I took the potatoes out of the oven so they are not
in my pictures!)

I wanted them to feel they were special, so I prepared a
special dessert.  I baked a gluten free cake, cut it into
small cubes and prepared a dessert in a jar.  It was layers of
cake, vanilla pudding, strawberries, blueberries, and whipped topping.  

We also had a layered banana pudding parfait.

I purchased a gluten free pound cake from the store deli, and made a fresh blueberry sauce to top it with.

Sherbert punch was the drink of choice for this little luncheon.   

Recipe below for the mini quiche.

These little crust-less mini quiche are gluten free, low
in carbs and are perfect to serve as an appetizer or brunch.  

They are easy to pack up and take on a road trip,
in a lunch pail, camping,  or my husband has even taken them to his hunting cabin. 

I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies Spray a mini muffin pan with no stick spray.  Fill with any
combination of diced ham, cooked sausage, veggies, and
shredded cheese.

  

I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies Whisk together eggs, half and half, salt, pepper, hot sauce.
Pour into a glass measuring cup and divide evenly between
the mini muffin cups.

 

I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies Bake until eggs are set.  Remove from oven, cool on wire
rack about 8 minutes, then remove from pan.

Serve hot or at room temperature.

This gluten free luncheon was not at all fancy or time
consuming, but my daughters were impressed and it was
fun to have this special time on a Friday afternoon.

I decided that it would be fun to fix a gluten free ladies  

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