Holiday Potluck Recipes That Food Bloggers Swear By


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It won’t be long before we’re sifting through an influx of holiday potluck invites, our calendars booking up faster than we can say “pass the corkscrew.”

After all, who can turn down a potluck? They’re one of the most brilliant forms of socializing. In exchange for cooking one dish, you get to enjoy a giant feast that would cost a fortune otherwise. No two potlucks are ever the same, either, so you’ll never get bored with what’s on the menu.

But as chill as these get-togethers are, with their eclectic mix of platters and casseroles (and that cozy communal vibe many of us crave more than the food itself), there’s an inevitable wave of anxiety that hits as you try to decide what to (literally) bring to the table.

“Choosing a holiday potluck recipe can be such a tricky thing,” said Sarah Bond, food blogger at Live Eat Learn. “You have to consider if the recipe will stay fresh and delicious from when you make it to when it will be eaten. On top of that, you need to consider the possible dietary restrictions of the people attending the potluck.”

Some of the qualities that make the best potluck dishes, Bond added, are ease (will you be working in the kitchen all day?), durability (will the recipe still be fresh when you get to the potluck?) and scale (can you make a lot of it in minimal time to feed many people?).

Oh yeah, and it should also taste delicious to as wide an array of taste buds as possible. (You know, no pressure.)

As for ensuring the dish you bring isn’t the food equivalent of the last kid picked in gym class: “A holiday potluck recipe will be a big hit if it has a lot of flavor and is something unique,” said Bree Sheree, food blogger at Bree’s Vegan Life. “Just bringing a basic green salad won’t get people excited, but if you bring something tasty they’ve never had before, they’ll be very impressed.”

So, what are the go-to dishes that food bloggers always bring to holiday potlucks ― and never leave with leftovers? Here are 12 dishes, from dips to salads to casseroles, that are sure to impress at your next gathering.

Mama’s Famous Bean Salad

Live Eat Learn

Vegan 7 Layer Dip

Cadry’s Kitchen

Cauliflower Casserole

Healthy Recipes

Mediterranean Israeli Couscous Salad

Our Happy Mess

Ultimate Turkey Chili

TK

Broccoli Cranberry Salad

TK

Hearty Vegan Lentil Stew

Bree’s Vegan Life

Warm Vegan Spinach Artichoke Dip

Cadry’s Kitchen

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Quick Caramel Sauce

The Foodie Dietitian

Rockefeller Christmas Brownie Cake

Life and Sprinkles

No-Bake Chocolate & Pumpkin Cookies

Edwina Clark, RD

Vegan Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie Bars

Keeping the Peas



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