Sometimes going out is overrated and the best fun happens in the comforts of home. Why not invite a few friends over and host your very own bingo night? Bingo can be just as fun with a few friends and a few gift cards as prizes. Bingo is gaining a lot of popularity because it is largely a social game. There are roughly 100 million online bingo players worldwide and about 70% of which are females who spend about 3-4 hours of play time. Bingo is no longer just about the elderly playing in bingo halls but the now more contemporary variants have changed its target demographics. Those belonging in the 25-34 group now account for about 15.96% of those who play bingo.
Most perceive bingo players to belong in the elderly and unemployed sector. However, contrary to that belief is the existence of celebrities like Catherine Zeta-Jones and Billy Corgan who are avid bingo players. In fact, Corgan regularly hosts bingo nights at a tea shop he owns in Chicago.
So now you have your game. What are you suppose to eat? What if it is you that has been invited to the bingo party and the host is gluten free. Either way I have you covered. Making your own bingo night gluten free snack is easy when you have the right resources for your recipes.
Here are some gluten-free food ideas to help you out:
1. Gluten-Free Chocolate Cardamom Cupcakes with Chocolate Buttercream courtesy of Food Network
3. Gluten-Free Pizza Roll-Ups by Glutino.com
5. Gluten-Free Mushroom and Ricotta Pizza from Food Network
Why would it be appropriate to showcase a gluten-free recipe such as this at your next party? A delectable treat like this may make your friends take a new look at your diet. Russell Crowe, who was once a bingo caller before he started his illustrious career as an actor. Crowe once claimed that he went into gluten-free diet to maintain his physique – a good enough reason for anyone to change their diet. Russell Crowe’s demeanor reminds me of Brian Blessed, the voice of the online bingo game BingoGodz. Their beard and their voice are just too similar both have partaken in the aforementioned calling duties.
This is especially true when your bingo night friends are not gluten intolerant like you. It is best that you just play it safe and have a separate container and you use your own spoon and fork. Bingo nights are fun if you will remain gluten free the entire night. Before you know it, you would be going to one every weekend and exchange those $10 gift cards.