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Hey all you baking bees out there….what would you make as a dessert to bring to a Potluck i need some ideas……please help today I made a test trial on these Egg Nog squares they were delicious but still Im unsure.
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- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I’d either make a classic New York cheesecake or I’d make peppermint bark.
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Raspberry Tiramisu, Classic English Trifle, Brownies with crushed candy canes on top, Sticky Toffee Pudding.
Post # 5
Rice krispie treats with some christmas sprinkles smooshed on top. Quick, easy, and everyone loves them.
Post # 6
I just tried a recipe for Salted Caramel Pretzel Bark (sometimes called Toffee Pretzel Bark) that I found on Pinterest. It was so easy and so addictive. It’s definitely going to be my new go-to recipe for potlucks and parties.
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Our christmas staple is an Oreo Cake – the no bake kind. YUM. We’ve had it since we were kids and it’s so freaking delish. Easy too. I always dress it up with fun sprinkles/ colors to make it more festive 🙂
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My mother used to make jam thumbprint cookies for a lot of get-togethers when I was a kid. LOVE them for a couple of reasons – plus if you use strawberry jam, you add some Christmasy festiveness. 🙂
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I’m making Sticky Toffee Pudding to take to a potluck next weekend, as well as to Christmas dinner. I made it last year for Christmas dinner and DH’s family requested I bring it again this year. I think it’s going to become a family tradition. Super easy and super delicious 🙂
Post # 10
Pumpkin cream cheese roll. Festive and delicious and easy and easy to transport. I’d kill for one of these right now, but I live in a country that doesn’t really have ovens commonly in houses.
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- Wedding: July 2012 - Catholic Church
@Bebealways: Those look so yummy!
@Serey: I make Tablet (a Scottish fudge) for most potlucks and everyone always loves it, Sweet Marie Bars are really popular too if no one has nut allergies. The recipes for both of them are here.
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Cookies. Really easy if you use a boxed cake mix as the base too!
A box of cake mix, 2 eggs and a stick of room temperature butter or margarine (you could also use 1/3 cup of oil instead of butter). Mix it together and refrigerate it for an hour or two.
Add chocolate chips, nuts, dried fruit, make thumbprint cookies…whatever you want!
Post # 14
Anything in the Holiday section of Pinterest haha!
Post # 15
I tend to make a lot of pies for potlucks – around this time of year, I love to make sweet potato pie.
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@OEC: Mmmm they look delicious recipe please…
@Bebealways: Thank you I’ll def try this recipe out =)
@LadyBear: Im so a big fan of SWEET POTATOE PIE lol