Fried chicken is a must at a potluck. It can be made ahead of time and reheated, or pulled right out of the oven and eaten on the spot. It's a great recipe that everyone loves and is always a hit at potluck dinners. And, fried chicken is comfort food at its finest.
Easy slow cooker chicken and gravy recipe can be made ahead of time and brought to the potluck and heated in the cooker. It's a recipe that will feed quite a few people and gets rave reviews. Just add some mashed potatoes to your plate and you've got a great meal.
One pot Hamburger Helper beef pasta is an easy recipe to make, and a hearty meal. The meat and pasta dish is a crowd pleaser and perfect for those potluck dinners. The recipe features ground beef, shredded cheddar cheese, onions, tomato sauce, Italian seasoning, and more.
The Instant Pot is always perfect for creating a meal in a short amount of time, and this barbecue chicken is no exception. The recipe can be cooked in less than an hour and is made with a homemade barbecue sauce and spice rub.
Ham and potato casserole is an easy recipe that will feed quite a few people. It can be cooked right before the next potluck and served alongside the other dishes. The recipe combines potatoes, cheese, ham, and more for a delicious meal.
Spaghetti is always a hit at family gatherings, and this baked spaghetti pie is no exception. Kids and adults will be lining up to get a large spoonful of this recipe. The dish features ground beef, Italian sausage, cheese, seasonings, and more for a fantastic recipe the whole family will love.
Ground beef pot pie is a great way to get some veggies into the kids while they are waltzing past the potluck table. The recipe is an easy one with rolled pie crusts, ground beef, veggies, potatoes, and soup.
Baked buttermilk chicken strips are going to fly off the table if you don't get in the front of the line. The recipe is made with simple ingredients including Panko breadcrumbs, buttermilk, dijon mustard, and parmesan.
If you love tacos, you will love this taco bake casserole. The recipe is super easy and is packed full of flavor with Ro-Tel, taco seasoning, onions, black olives, and more. And the best part? It only takes 35 minutes from start to finish.
Tater tot casserole is a great dish to bring to the party. With crispy tater tots right on top, ground beef in a creamy soup, and plenty of cheese for those cheese lovers. It is a great recipe for any occasion.
French onion beef casserole is a great recipe with only five simple ingredients including ground beef, noodles, dip, fried onions, and flavorful soup. The combination is a winning one and will go fast.
Deviled eggs are almost always on the table at a potluck. The vintage recipe is wildly popular and you have to be in the front of the line to make sure you get a couple. We have a sweet lady at our church who always brings the deviled eggs, and they are delish.
Bacon, lettuce, and tomato salad is a fresh side dish and one of the best potluck recipes. It's easy to make and you can keep it cold until the party starts. The combination of flavors can't be beaten.
Cheese balls are a hit at parties, and they add so much flavor and variety. You can roll them in chocolate chips, pecans, crackers, walnuts, or just about anything you can think of. It's the perfect appetizer and everyone at the church, holiday, or office potluck will love it.
Tropical fruit is a refreshing way to add some pop to the table and get in some healthy eating before you head to the dessert area. The fruit salad, from Taste of Home, features pineapple, strawberries, red grapes, and a few other tasty ingredients.
Cheesy potatoes are always a hit at potlucks, so be sure to make enough or they will go fast. The recipe serves around 10 people, so it will go far, and the recipe is super simple to make. Not one single time have I passed this recipe up on the buffet.
Having a colorful salad on the table and showing off your best dish is a great way to create a focal point. With a rainbow of colors, this salad adds beauty and offers healthy ingredients to your guests. You can even sprinkle a little blue or feta cheese right on top.
It doesn't have to be a funeral to make these insanely delicious cubed potatoes. The recipe calls for butter, sour cream, cream of chicken soup, and Corn Flakes and bakes up into one of the best things you'll eat. If it's the first time you're making it, brace yourself because you will fall in love.
Crock Pot macaroni and cheese is a comforting recipe and all the picky eaters will be in line for it. But, they will have to contend with everyone else, because the cheesy pasta dish is out-of-this-world.
Jiffy cornbread dressing is a great way to change things up a bit at the next party. The recipe calls for all the ingredients you love in a dressing recipe, including Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix. It's definitely a good thing.
Broccoli cheese casserole is a wonderfully easy dish to make and it's a great way to get the kids to eat their veggies. The recipe calls for broccoli, mayo, cheese, butter, and Ritz Crackers and is a dish you will want to make over and over again.
Pecan pie cobbler is a great way to feed a crowd something incredibly delicious. This is one of those amazing recipes that everyone loves, so make sure you bring the recipe with you to share. It's one of the most popular recipes on the blog!
Pumpkin dump cake is filled with the flavors of the holiday season and is always loved at potlucks. The recipe features pumpkin, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and more for a cake that is unforgettable and a fun way to bring people together.
Every time I have brought chess squares to a party, they go fast and I'm asked for the recipe. It's such an easy recipe that creates a decadent gooey dessert. You only need five ingredients and it's perfect for a crowd because it will feed a lot of people.
Coconut cream pie is the perfect recipe to take to church potlucks. It's creamy, sweet, and very easy to make. The homemade pie is made with half and half for a rich flavor and topped with toasted coconut.
If you need a quick and easy, yet delicious recipe, brownies mix cookies are the answer. With six simple ingredients, you will have these prepped and baked in no time. Plus, they are a chocolatey hit with friends and family.
Buttermilk Texas sheet cake is the perfect cake for serving at a party. The recipe will feed a lot of people, and it's a sweet cake with cinnamon and buttermilk. And, the frosting is made with brown sugar, butter, milk, and powdered sugar that is to die for.
Easy no-bake pineapple lush dessert with coconut is a wonderful way to celebrate the warmer weather. The layered dessert features cream cheese, whipped topping, pineapple, shredded coconut, and pecans.
Hello Dolly Bars are incredibly easy to make. The dessert comes with a graham cracker buttery crust, and is topped with sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, pecans, and shredded coconut. The dessert is then baked to perfection.
Lemon coconut sugar cookies are a refreshing treat to grab at the end the potluck line (unless you are like me and want to go to the dessert table first). The traditional cookies are made with fresh lemon zest, coconut sugar, and are rolled in raw sugar for a sweet taste.
Old fashioned cream cheese pound cake is a dense, sweet, and amazingly delicious dessert. The traditional recipe is made with butter, shortening, cream cheese, and a few other ingredients that make this worthy of any party.