Easy Ham Artichoke Dip Bites: Gluten Free Appetizers!

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February 6, 2023
Andi GleesonJump to Recipe

Please everyone at your party with these low-carb, gluten free appetizers! Ham Artichoke Dip Bites are super quick and easy to make, and I show you how below with a video tutorial. Thanks so much to La Terra Fina for sponsoring today’s fun party recipe!

Please everyone at your next party with these low-carb, gluten free appetizers! Ham paired with artichoke jalapeno dip makes such a yummy treat!

I’m not sure if everyone would agree, but I would say that giving up wheat isn’t that bad. It’s especially not bad when it comes to cooking at home because there are plenty of gluten-free substitutes or ways to just skip wheat entirely. Eating out is a little harder, but with an entire menu in front of you, it’s not too hard to find something that fits your gluten-free needs.

I’ll tell you when being gluten free gets hard: Parties. When’s the last time you went to a kid’s birthday party that didn’t involve pizza and cake? What appetizer table is free of phyllo dough, crackers, or bruschetta? What sort of dinner party doesn’t include a bread basket, pasta, or pie for dessert? All of these are wonderful, incredible, delicious foods, but I unfortunately can’t eat any of them, and neither can any of your gluten intolerant friends.

Please everyone at your next party with these low-carb, gluten free appetizers! Ham paired with artichoke jalapeno dip makes such a yummy low-carb snack!

You shouldn’t have to change your menu planning completely to accommodate a few guests, but I promise we will be so grateful if you have something we can eat at your party! Think rice crackers or corn chips in addition to wheat crackers. Try having some sort of protein available that isn’t meatballs made with breadcrumbs or something fried in wheat flour breading. Have a stash of ice cream in the freezer in case someone can’t eat pie or cake. These are little changes that won’t take too much trouble but will make sure everyone enjoys the party.

To get you started, today I have a gluten-free, low-carb, delicious, and super simple appetizer idea. It combines La Terra Fina Chunky Artichoke & Jalapeño Dip, which is gluten-free on its own, with ham and mixed greens. These cute little rolls have a perfect mix of savory ham, creamy dip, and crunchy lettuce. Plus, they only take a few minutes to prepare! Look how easy they are:

If you buy your dip by the tub at Costco like I do, then you might have more than you need for your rolls. Serve up the rest of the dip cold or warm with crackers and corn chips to accommodate all your guests, and you have an appetizer table that is rave worthy. Do I even need to tell you how perfect these little gluten free appetizers are as football food? They are quick to grab with a toothpick so you never have to miss a play, and dudes and ladies alike enjoy savory, low-carb snacks.

I hope I’ve sold you on the idea of having some gluten-free foods available the next time you entertain. Gluten-intolerance isn’t just a trendy thing. In some people (like me), eating wheat seriously causes physical ailments, so we gluten-free people aren’t just trying to be a pain in the rear. Serve up a plate of these artichoke dip bites and maybe a few other wheat-free treats, and we will enjoy your party even more!

Please everyone at your next party with these low-carb, gluten free appetizers! Ham paired with artichoke jalapeno dip makes such a yummy low-carb snack!
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Please everyone at your next party with these low-carb, gluten free appetizers! Ham paired with artichoke jalapeno dip makes such a yummy low-carb snack!

Ham Artichoke Jalapeno Dip Bites

Please everyone at your next party with these low-carb, gluten-free appetizers!

  • Yield: 6 1x

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  1. Spread dip evenly over each slice of ham. Arrange a few leaves of lettuce along one short edge of each piece of ham. Starting with the lettuce end, roll each piece of ham tightly. Wipe away any excess dip that squeezes out.
  2. Using a sharp knife, slice each ham rollup into about 3/4″ pieces. Serve with toothpicks. (Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.)
  • Author: Andi

Got leftover dip? Try these recipes!

 
Thanks again to La Terra Fina for sponsoring today’s recipe!

Andi Gleeson

16 comments

Sherri
8 years ago

What a great game day appetizer. That dip sounds so yummy too!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you, Sherri!

eat good 4 life
8 years ago

These are darling and the fact that they are gluten free is even better. Great for an after school snack too!!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you so much, Miryam!

heather | Heather likes food
8 years ago

All of these look tasty! Thanks!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you, Heather!

Kristyn
8 years ago

These look so good! I’ll have to try these soon!

Maryanne @ the little epicurean
8 years ago

Great idea! Perfect for lunch or little appetizers!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thanks so much!

Becky Hardin | The Cookie Rookie
8 years ago

What an awesome idea for an appetizer for a party!!!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thanks, Becky! I appreciate it!

Kacey @ The Cookie Writer
8 years ago

This is such a neat idea, Andi! I am finding gluten-free options are getting much better. My mother-in-law was diagnosed with Celiac almost 10 years ago (but she probably had it longer.) Since then we are always trying to find new ideas, and I really love this!

Jessica - The Novice cheF
8 years ago

These sound like the perfect lunch!!

Kelly
8 years ago

I worried about that when I first went gluten free after having my daughter too but I love how many GF options there are nowadays :) These are the cutest apps! Love how easy they are to make and the dip sounds fantastic!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Yes, it’s really not that bad going GF. There are still some things I miss though. Thank you, Kelly!

Ginny
8 years ago

Yummy! If you leave them whole what a good lunch without the bread carbs.

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