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Potluck Desserts

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

Rhubarb Oat Bars

Rhubarb Oat Bars

Rhubarb Oat Bars

These soft bars provide just the right amount of tartness and sweetness. They are simply unbeatable! —Renette Cressey, Fort Mill, South Carolina

Jam-Topped Mini Cheesecakes

Jam-Topped Mini Cheesecakes

Jam-Topped Mini Cheesecakes

Presto! We turned cheesecake into irresistible finger food with these cute little treats. For fun, make them with an assortment of jams and preserves, such as strawberry, blackberry and apricot. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Almond Snack Cake

Almond Snack Cake

Almond Snack Cake

My oldest son was allergic to chocolate, so I had to find goodies to make without it. These treats filled the bill. In fact, my son is 47 now, so I’ve been making this recipe for a long time! With its great almond flavor, this snack cake is popular at bake sales.
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Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Light, tender and tangy, these little lemon cakes will be the belle of the brunch. They’re also great for lunch, supper or snacking.—Ruth Burrus, Zionsville, Indiana

Hummingbird Cake

Hummingbird Cake

Hummingbird Cake

This impressive cake is my dad’s favorite, so I always make it for his birthday. It also makes a great Easter dessert and is lovely with a summer meal. —Nancy Zimmerman, Cape May Court House, New Jersey

Easy Lemon Drop Cookies

Easy Lemon Drop Cookies

Easy Lemon Drop Cookies

No one would suspect that these adorable, glazed cookies are low in fat. Jalayne Luckett bakes up the cute citrus bites in her Marion, Illinois kitchen.

Pineapple Lime Gelatin

Pineapple Lime Gelatin

Pineapple Lime Gelatin

This recipe was passed down by my mother. We serve it often, but especially at Christmas and Thanksgiving. Of course, the green color makes it nice for St. Patrick’s Day, too. With the marshmallows, pecans and whipped cream, the sweet salad can even be served as a light dessert. I like to cook for both small groups and large crowds. When our entire family gets together for thanks and feasting, it’s a wonderful time!

Fudge-Filled Brownie Bars

Fudge-Filled Brownie Bars

Fudge-Filled Brownie Bars

I always have the ingredients to put together these soft chewy bars. They have been a hit at many potlucks, and someone is always asking for the recipe. —Nola Burski, Lakeville, Minnesota

Spice Pumpkin Cookies

Spice Pumpkin Cookies

Spice Pumpkin Cookies

These soft cookies are almost like little pieces of cake. With chopped pecans sprinkled over a confectioners’ sugar frosting, they’re a pretty addition to a dessert table. —Bev Martin, Hardin, Montana

Red Hat Cake

Red Hat Cake

Red Hat Cake

This fancy hat cake will be the main attraction at your next Red Hat party. The moist, golden cake is made from scratch, and the butter cream frosting is tinted bright red. Etched in purple frosting flowers, and topped with wispy bows, the gorgeous "hat" will definitely get the group buzzing. —Patsy Snyder Rural Hall, North Carolina if you have leftover red frosting, you can use it to decorate the Red Chapeau Sugar Cookies

Crispy Peanut Butter Cocoa Cups

Crispy Peanut Butter Cocoa Cups

Crispy Peanut Butter Cocoa Cups

This recipe is fun to prepare with my grandchildren and with no baking involved, it is a perfect summer dessert.—Sundra Hauck, Bogalusa, Louisiana
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