Whether you are planning a party to watch a big game, having family over, or simply looking for something quick and savory, these Gluten-Free Carolina Chicken Sliders will not disappoint. Tangy, mouth-watering, and quick to make, they will be a new favorite in your house.
The big game is coming up! Yes, the Super Bowl. While I am not a huge fan of football, I do watch it and I love watching the Superbowl. They have gotten a little carried away with the commercials the last few years, but they are still fun and they are apart of the experience. This year we are making some fun new snacks to munch on while we watch, including these Gluten-Free Carolina Chicken Sliders.
I’ll be honest with you, I only named this recipe “Carolina Chicken Sliders” because most recipes that are from that area of the US have a vinegary taste to them and most of them have “Carolina” in the recipe title ;-). Vinegar’s a flavor that I love and I will be happy to consume anything made with it.
Usually during the Superbowl we munch on chips and guacamole and nuts, and snacky foods like that. This year I wanted to make something that still worked well with foods that people might eat during a football game, but I also wanted something that could be considered a meal and not just a snack. These Gluten-Free Carolina Chicken Sliders are delicious and filling.
Throw the ingredients for the chicken and sauce into your slow cooker and enjoy the rest of your day. When it’s cooked and pull-apart tender all you need to do is chop some lettuce, mix the mayo, and toast the buns. There’s almost no prep work needed and no big mess to clean up.
I’m planning on serving these sliders with chips, a veggie tray (we’ve got to sneak in those veggies), sodas, gluten-free beer, trail mix, and some finger food desserts. I’m also going to keep big pieces of lettuce on hand in case anyone wants to make a wrap out of the chicken instead of devouring it slider-style.
If you like savory gluten-free eats like these Gluten-Free Carolina Chicken Sliders you’ll love my Slow Cooker Beef Sirloin Tips and my Savory Beef Short Rib. Both are easy to pull together and are prepared in a slow cooker.
Disclosure: This recipe was sponsored by Schar. Opinions are my own.