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It’s holiday time, which means lots of parties and lots of decadent foods. If your office loves to enjoy the culinary arts (which, let’s be real, who doesn’t?), then having a holiday potluck is a must. Sometimes after cooking big holiday meals, your cooking creative juices can be drained, but we are here to the rescue! To help you find some easy, big batch, and easily portable potluck dishes, check out these delicious and seasonal recipes!
Large Batch Barbecued Meatballs
This recipe from Shabee of The Skinny Pot makes a large serving and can made ahead of time and frozen! These delicious meatballs are topped with a brown sugar ketchup sauce and baked up to get that saucy and caramelized texture. If looking for a fuss-free recipe, bake these up!
Sausage and Butternut Squash Penne Pasta with Goat Cheese
Pasta dishes are always a go-to for large parties, but why not spice it up? Erin from Platings and Pairings creates her seasonal pasta dish by adding butternut squash, sausage, sage, goat cheese, and some warm spices. If you’re the pasta person, take this recipe for a spin!
Baked Camembert Focaccia with Honey and Dukkah
Having some type of flatbread at a potluck just seems right. But why not spice it up? Hein from Heinstirred shares his Middle-Eastern inspired flatbread recipe. This focaccia is topped with dukkah (a delicious nut spice blend), camembert cheese, and honey for a sweet touch!
Shaved Brussels Sprout and Cranberry Salad
Make your office fall in love with brussels sprouts with this delicious and seasonal salad recipe from Trist of The Infinebalance. Combining shaved brussels sprouts for easy eating with quinoa, dried cranberries, and walnuts, Trish tops this salad with a citrus packed vinaigrette. This delicious and healthy salad will give a great green balance to all those heavy potluck dishes!
Amaretto Cranberry Shortbread Slices
Shelly from Vegetarian Ventures shares a one pan vegan holiday dessert! She creates a delicious and dairy free shortbread cookie crust, adds it to a pie tart, and filled it with cranberry sauce, amaretto, and tops the pie with candied cranberries. This sweet and seasonal dish is an easy recipe to make and can be enjoyed by all!
This seasonal and holiday inspired brownie recipe from Jackie of Jackie Newgent is a great and healthy option to bring to the office. Using whole wheat flour, coconut sugar, and a secret ingredient of carrots, these brownies are a healthy and veggie filled bite! Don’t worry though, you’ll only taste the chocolate and peppermint for a seasonal sweet treat!
What ar your favorite potluck go-to recipes? Share in the comments below!