When it comes to Christmas dinners, potlucks are perfect! Everyone has a taste of everything. Of course, every potluck requires a major decision: what to bring. And answering that question isn’t easy.
Prepare to impress your friends and family at the Christmas dinner with these holiday potluck ideas you’ll be glad to admit you brought to the party, from side dishes and appetisers to desserts and drinks!
Sharing is caring, they say. So why not bring a sharing platter? When it comes to feeding a large group, sharing platters is the way to go. They are versatile, simple, and delicious, making potlucks a snap!
Amaze your company by bringing a plate of tasty delicacies you’ve chosen. Something attractive to your sight, nose, and taste all at the same time! You will be able to crank up impressive party platters in no time at all if you simply give it a little bit of thought and some imagination.
Wintertime comfort food doesn’t get much better than a bowl of mushroom soup. The mushroom soup has a distinctive earthy and creamy flavour that will be a hit with your loved ones. Meaty caramelised mushrooms and sliced onions are combined with garlic, cream, and fresh thyme to create a fragrant and flavorful homemade dish.
This warming soup is perfect for a pre-dinner starter or as a main entrée for your upcoming Christmas potluck.
Macaroni and Cheese
This Christmas, please bring all the cheesiness you can handle. Macaroni and cheese are great because they can be made in various ways, making them an ideal dish to bring to a Christmas potluck! There are so many different kinds of this dish that it is considered the ultimate comfort food.
In the cold winter, comfort food like this cheesy and creamy mac & cheese with properly cooked macaroni, plenty of sauce, and a crunchy buttery top may be just what your friends and family need.
Noodles, cheeses, herbs, and meat sauce are everything we look for in a satisfying pasta dish. And a Christmas potluck is the perfect way to honour those tastes. It’s tasty, filling, and simple to prepare.
Lasagna is delicious, but when paired with other appetising sides like garlic bread or a salad, it becomes a complete meal for a Christmas potluck!
At this time of year, nothing beats the warmth and joy of a freshly baked bread pudding, especially one that is still warm from the oven. The ingredients for a basic bread pudding may be found in almost any kitchen.
The meal can be prepared quickly, making it ideal for a last-minute Christmas potluck dish. Sometimes the simplest things in life are the finest ones. And bread pudding is one of those things.
Raspberries you grew in your own garden will add a burst of true, fresh flavour to your holiday gathering. help your family members cool off by bringing some Raspberry Fizz!
Refreshingly sweet with a tart, citrus edge, this non-alcoholic beverage is just what you need to liven up the holiday potluck. For best results, these drinks should be frozen overnight. Trust us!
Mini cupcakes are the best solution for tasty treats that are easy to package and transport. They’re always a hit at parties, whether you’re the host of the potluck or just bringing a dish to share.
It’s easier to keep track of the portions with Christmas mini cupcakes, and you can even make them in different flavours as well to make the party a lot more fun. It gets people talking about all the great flavours you’ve brought, and if you really want to show off your culinary skills, you can pair certain flavours together.
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From being a practical teacher to finding the love of her life, blogging – Najwa is a world of creativity on her own. Other than being a 9 to 5 gal on the weekdays, you can only find her at home during the weekends and after work. She is all about her four-legged cat friend and is a sucker for romance novels.