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Potluck Desserts

Looking for more potluck desserts? Find many more potluck desserts, potluck pie recipes, and potluck cake recipes.

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Oatmeal Molasses Crisps

Oatmeal Molasses Crisps

Oatmeal Molasses Crisps

In Amish and Mennonite homes, home cooking is guaranteed delicious. So when I found this recipe in an Amish cookbook, I knew I had to try it. It's become a favorite of our family as well as the folks at our church fellowship.

Chewy Pecan Drops

Chewy Pecan Drops

Chewy Pecan Drops

The cherry center gives a festive look to my nutty cookies. They're easy to make and take to holiday gatherings.

Date Nut Log

Date Nut Log

Date Nut Log

My mother served this dessert one year after a big holiday meal. We all thought it was delicious. Since then I've made it for various clubs that meet with dessert on their minds! -Carla Hodenfield, Ray, North Dakota

Turtle Sundae Dessert

Turtle Sundae Dessert

Turtle Sundae Dessert

Bethel Walters of Willow River, Minnesota pledges, "This treat is sure to please children and chocolate lovers of all ages!" A convenient cake mix starts the stellar surprise her six grandchildren endorse.

Praline Sundae Topping

Praline Sundae Topping

Praline Sundae Topping

Necessity can be the mother of recipes, too! I came up with this one as a way of using up the extra evaporated milk I had from making fudge. My husband farms with his father—raising hogs and cattle plus growing corn and soybeans. Hobbies I enjoy include gardening, baking bread, reading...and sewing when I find time. Our 5-year-old is our only child right now, but I'm expecting her little brother or sister to come along about any day!

Homemade Fudge Sauce

Homemade Fudge Sauce

Homemade Fudge Sauce

Since I don't like store-bought sauces, I decided to come up with my own. I make it for family and for company, and I'll often get asked for the recipe. My husband and I are both teachers, although I am now at home with our children...they're 7, 5, and 3. My hobbies are Bible study, international cooking (I like trying lots of recipes!) and planning activities with our youngsters.

Cranberry Crunch Cake

Cranberry Crunch Cake

Cranberry Crunch Cake

New Jersey is known for its cranberries and this cake is a delicious way to use them. The marshmallows melt and seep through the cake, making it moist and very tasty. It's great for brunch, or just with a cup of coffee!

Best Date Bars

Best Date Bars

Best Date Bars

I grew up in a family with eight children, and I started baking for our big family at age 10. Today, decades later, I still enjoy baking pies, cakes, strudels and bars. These date treats are very easy to bake, and one sheet of them will yield 48 good-sized bars. I sometimes add nuts, coconut or candied fruit. This dessert is great to take to a church bazaar or any group function. In the 1940s, I managed a Pittsburgh school cafeteria that fed 420 students ever day, so I can recall a thing or two about how to feed a crowd! —Dorothy DeLeske, Scottsdale, Arizona

Turtle Nut Cake

Turtle Nut Cake

Turtle Nut Cake

One of my cousins served this at our annual family reunion many years ago, and she was swamped with recipe requests. One taste will tell you why!

Berry Big Pie

Berry Big Pie

Berry Big Pie

I take this giant pie to almost every potluck. The crust is so easy, and we have lots of berries since they grow here on our small acreage. With a dessert this size, everyone can enjoy a luscious piece. —Janelle Seward, Ontario, Oregon

Very Blueberry Cake

Very Blueberry Cake

Very Blueberry Cake

We grow our own blueberries, pick all summer and freeze them to use later. This extra-special recipe comes from my mother.—Roberta Strohmaier, Lebanon, New Jersey
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