Gluten Free Cheese Sticks or Appetizer

This recipe is very versatile. You may use your favorite cheese and your favorite sauce, jam or jelly to serve it with.. Serving them plain is also an option. Gluten free cheese sticks are no different than any other recipe other than the bread crumbs you use. I have supplied a link to my season bread crumbs recipe, however, they may be made plain, as well. The presentation you create all depends upon the use. If serving on a table with other appetizers you may desire to add a bowl of warm or room temperature jelly, jam, or homemade berry sauce. During the holidays a cranberry sauce is perfect. A red sauce is ideal, as it is a perfect compliment to fried cheese, rather than blueberry, blackberry, etc. In addition, you may cut the cheese in any shape you desire. I hope you find this appetizer useful this holiday season.

Gluten Free Cheese Sticks or Fried Cheese

Yield: Serves 4.

Gluten Free Cheese Sticks or Fried Cheese

A recipe for gluten free fried gouda that may be served plain. A perfect appetizer served along with other appetizers or at the table with cranberry sauce or jam.



  1. Cut cheese in sliced squares, or desire shape.
  2. Place flour in a plate; place beaten egg in a shallo and freeze. bowl.
  3. Coat the sliced cheese with flour; dip in the beaten egg, then the bread crumbs; repeat the last two steps as often as desired to achieve the desired thickness of coating.
  4. Press the coating into the cheese lightly.
  5. Preheat a shallow pan with cooking oil to approximately 350°F; fry until golden brown; transfer to a a paper towel lined plate to drain. Serve warm with cranberry, strawberry, or raspberry sauce or warm jam or plain.


Allergens depend upon the bread crumbs you use.

If desired, place on breaded cheese on skewers and deep-fry.

If making cheese sticks, sticks are not necessary. You may use cheese that are shaped like sticks, long and thin.


One Reply to “Gluten Free Cheese Sticks or Appetizer”

  1. Cheese sticks are always my favorite. There are frying and baking versions. But we usually go with the frying one, just like your recipe.

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