Sunday Dinner Recipes: 25 Potluck Recipes for Church Supper
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Sunday Dinner Recipes: 25 Potluck Recipes for Church Supper
The community's all here! We loved getting together with our loved ones for a classic Sunday dinner. We've all got to bring a dish to this potluck event, and that's where the Mr. Food Test Kitchen comes in with our latest free eCookbook, Sunday Dinner Recipes: 25 Potluck Recipes for Church Supper. With so many different appetizer recipes, side dish recipes, dinner recipes, and dessert recipes to choose between, you'll be sure to find something everyone will love!
Chuch suppers are such a fun affair. With everyone in the community coming together over united interests, it always makes for a lovely event. Whether you're in charge of bringing one of the main courses or just a plate off to the side, you're always on the lookout for the next best potluck casserole recipe or potluck dessert recipe that'll really bring the whole meal together. This collection of Sunday dinner recipes has every kind of recipe to please a crowd, whether you're looking for a layered salad or an icebox cake. These recipes for church supper are sure to please young and old alike, and with the Mr. Food Test Kitchen's triple-tested guarantee, you can feel confident that each dish is going to come out perfectly the very first time you make it. You may even want to make extra for family dinners during the week 'cause we know there aren't going to be any leftovers! Want to see what kind of recipes for church supper we've featured in this eCookbook? Take a peek at what's in store!
Salads are a must have at any kind of potluck event, especially when you're looking for recipes for church supper. The trick is knowing just which kinds of salads will complement a variety of main courses with ease. We know we've got a winner with our Best Broccoli Salad (page 1). Year in and year out, this potluck salad recipe is one of our most popular, and we can see why: it's versatile, delicious, and easy to make. What more could you ask for? If you're looking for something a little heartier, we know you're going to love our Chicken Tortellini Salad (page 3). The combination of adding a protein and a stuffed noodle makes this one a real keeper. And if you're looking to add something a little more unique to the buffet table, get ready to try our Stacked Taco Salad (page 4). If you're tired of some of the more traditional potluck salad recipes this one will really make a splash at your Sunday dinner. A few Mexican spices really can make all the difference, don't you agree?!
You can never have too many side dishes, so when we're looking for the best potluck recipes for church supper, we know we've got to have plenty of variety on hand. Take a trip to your vegetable garden and pull together our simple, yet tasty, recipe for All Star Zucchini (page 6). This recipe is one of our favorite ways to get in all of our veggies for a well-balanced diet without seeming like it's a chore. The combination of spices in this one really justifies its place on our "all-star menu." Plus, make sure to keep your slow cooker handy 'cause it's gonna be cooking one of our favorite sides: Creamy Corn for a Crowd (page 7). Let this one cook while you're in afternoon mass, and by the time you head home to pick it up, it'll be ready to go! Finding a Sunday dinner recipe doesn't get much simpler than that. And if you're looking for that one all-time classic recipe that absolutely must make an appearance, we've got to nominate our church supper recipe for Country Coleslaw (page 10). Whether you're making chicken or burgers or ribs, no one will turn down a coleslaw on the side, especially not one that tastes this darn good!
When you're searching for the best potluck recipes for church supper, it can be intimidating to find a dinner recipe that everyone can enjoy. Providing the main course can be an anxiety-filled process. Take a deep breath—the Mr. Food Test Kitchen has a few suggestions that might just make you the star of the show. From our unique, yet familiar, recipe for Crispy Fried Meatloaf (page 11) to our kid-friendly recipe for Homestyle Macaroni and Cheese (page 12), you're bound to find something that's just right for you and your community. In fact, if you're in charge of the holiday meal, you can even try our church supper recipe for Baked Ham in Cheese Crust (page 13). This out-of-the-ordinary take on a simple ham recipe really shows how just the smallest touch can make a traditional recipe into something that'll be the talk of the town! No matter which of these recipes you choose, you can rest easy knowing you're in good hands.
No matter what kind of potluck event we attend, there are always a few casserole dishes in attendance. We love bringing casseroles to our church supper because they're not only a breeze to make, but they're perfect for feeding a large quantity of people. In fact, you can even make these ahead of time and throw 'em in the freezer, so all you have to worry about is reheating them. It doesn't get much better than that! There's nothing easier to make than spaghetti, right? If you're still just learning how to cook, then we think you'll love our recipe for Creamy Spaghetti Casserole (page 17). It's simple to make but tastes like it was made by a professional. We couldn't leave off a mashed potato recipe when coming up with a collection of potluck recipes for church supper which is why we know you're going to want to check out our Mashed Potato Casserole (Page 19). If you've never tried making mashed potatoes in a casserole dish, you don't know what you're missing. And while you're at it, don't forget to peruse our Yankee Doodle Macaroni Casserole (page 20) for an American tradition with a twist.
Make sure that church supper finishes with a bang with one of these mouthwatering dessert recipes for church supper. Whether you make these a couple of days ahead of time or put together the finishing touches on the day, the dessert really makes the whole meal complete. There's not a person in the room that wouldn't enjoy our vintage recipe for Old Fashioned Bread Pudding (page 21). Trust us—you'll want to have enough for seconds! When autumn rolls around, we absolutely love cooking with some of our favorite fall fruits like apple and pumpkin. Be sure to share some of your favorites at your church supper like with our Heavenly Apple Bake (page 22). Pair this treat with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or some whipped cream, and boy, have you got a hit on your hands! And speaking of ice cream, don't forget to check out our Raspberry Icebox Cake (page 25) for a frozen, fruity delight. Who knew there were so many ways to get that "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!"?!
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