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Potluck Salad Recipes

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Summer Squash Salad

Summer Squash Salad

Summer Squash Salad

This is a colorful and tasty alternative to coleslaw. Like most gardeners, we usually have an abundance of squash and zucchini in summer, so this dish is inexpensive to prepare and a great way to put this fresh produce to use. -Diane Hixon, Niceville, Florida

Watermelon Baby Carriage

Watermelon Baby Carriage

Watermelon Baby Carriage

This fruit-filled carriage was made for my daughter's baby shower and was a huge hit. Fill it with any fruit you fancy and serve purchased poppy seed dressing alongside if you desire. —Angie Schaff, St. Anthony, North Dakota

Creamy Red Potato Salad

Creamy Red Potato Salad

Creamy Red Potato Salad

We love red potatoes for color and shape in a perfect combo with radishes, green onions and a touch of vinegar. —Betsy King, Duluth, Minnesota
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Easy Blue Cheese Bacon Dressing

Easy Blue Cheese Bacon Dressing

Easy Blue Cheese Bacon Dressing

“This dressing is absolutely fantastic—I’ve made it again and again,” says field editor Marion Karlin of Waterloo, Iowa. “It has just about everything we like in it.”

Four-Bean Salad

Four-Bean Salad

Four-Bean Salad

"MY MOTHER gave me this recipe. It was actually a three-bean salad, but I added the garbanzo beans (which are also know as chick peas). It goes over big at potlucks because it's not too sweet and not too sour. Be careful to get the vinegar and sugar mixture just right—no guessing on the amounts!"

Frozen Fruit and Nut Salad

Frozen Fruit and Nut Salad

Frozen Fruit and Nut Salad

For a cool treat, I serve this frozen salad. The fruit is so flavorful and is so easy to whip up.—Betty Shaw, Weirton, West Virginia

Garden Bean Salad

Garden Bean Salad

Garden Bean Salad

My mother gave me this crunchy bean salad recipe many years ago, and I often take it to covered-dish dinners. It looks especially attractive served in a glass bowl to show off the colorful vegetables. — Bernice McFadden, Eaton, Ohio.

Holiday Ribbon Gelatin

Holiday Ribbon Gelatin

Holiday Ribbon Gelatin

Layers of red and green make this festive salad a favorite during the Christmas season. Kids are sure to find it fun to eat, and adults will enjoy the combination of sweet-tart flavors. —Jenny Hughson, Mitchell, Nebraska

Layered Tortellini-Spinach Salad

Layered Tortellini-Spinach Salad

Layered Tortellini-Spinach Salad

Layers of red cabbage, green spinach, cherry tomatoes and cheese-filled tortellini make this layered salad a real centerpiece. You can alter the amount of dressing to your liking, if you wish. —Genise Krause Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

Marinated Veggie Salad

Marinated Veggie Salad

Marinated Veggie Salad

"This is my favorite potluck salad. I get compliments every time I make it," says Lynn Grate, South Bend, Indiana. It's also an ideal make-ahead dish since it needs to marinate overnight.

Picnic Slaw

Picnic Slaw

Picnic Slaw

Everyone loves this festive, colorful coleslaw. It not only looks good, it tastes great, too. Crisp vegetables covered with a light creamy dressing make a refreshing side dish you'll be proud to serve. -Jesse & Anne Foust, Bluefield, West Virginia
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